As the stars aligned on the 50th anniversary of the Psychedelic Revolution and Summer of Love, counter-culture may have found their new ambassadors.



Space Kamp was founded circa 2017.

Rooted in Pennsylvania, members Adoo and Oskee began a mission to break rules and spread love around the globe. 

Mixing their influences in Hip Hop, Reggae and Psychedelic rock to create a truly original sound. 



Gaining the support of Hightimes Magazine, Illadelph Glass, Beard Bros Pharms, Lumpys Flowers, Weedmaps and SRH clothing before even a single release, helped solidify that not even the sky is the limit for how high these Rebel Hippies can get, or go.



Partnering with super producer and Juno award winning Rob the Viking of Swollen Members, Space Kamp released their debut album Terpene Station in late 2017 with long time friend, collaborator and lyricist Split D. They immediately hit the road touring the U.S. and Canada. 

The album's spaced out production infused with medicine-induced lyrics received rave reviews from listeners. 



Because of their High energy live show, good vibes and a personal connection with their audience, supporters around the globe have shown undeniable love for the group, coining themselves “Kampers” Some began to follow their schedule, attend multiple tour dates, and show off Space Kamp and Rebel Hippies tattoos and custom artwork. Its clear the Rebel Hippies Community is a tight knit global family and not your normal artist/fan relationship.



Regrouping with Rob the Viking, and remarrying an ever progressing sound and vision, Space Kamp dove in deeper in 2019 with the release of 7" vinyl

“Break Rules x Spread Love / Neon Soul"; pushing the boundaries of experimentation by both parties, and moving to All-Live instrument production.



Preparing for their first 12" release,

Space Kamp traveled to the legendary Hyde Street Studio in San Francisco and Rob the Vikings Chamber Studio in Vancouver Island to record. The new album “Electric Lemonade” promises to take listeners on a sonic trip, mixing classic Psychedelic soundscapes, Hip Hop, and Reggae. With production from: 

Rob the Viking, DJ Hoppa and Tab with guest appearances from Split D, Demrick and Jessica Lamb 



Turn On, Tune In and... Rise UP!

As the stars aligned on the 50th anniversary of the Psychedelic Revolution and Summer of Love, counter-culture may have found their new ambassadors.

Space Kamp was founded circa 2017.

Rooted in Pennsylvania, members Adoo and Oskee began a mission to break rules and spread love around the globe. 

Mixing their influences in Hip Hop, Reggae and Psychedelic rock to create a truly original sound. 

Gaining the support of Hightimes Magazine, Illadelph Glass, Beard Bros Pharms, Lumpys Flowers, Weedmaps and SRH clothing before even a single release, helped solidify that not even the sky is the limit for how high these Rebel Hippies can get, or go.

Partnering with super producer and Juno award winning Rob the Viking of Swollen Members, Space Kamp released their debut album Terpene Station in late 2017 with long time friend, collaborator and lyricist Split D. They immediately hit the road touring the U.S. and Canada. 

The album's spaced out production infused with medicine-induced lyrics received rave reviews from listeners. 

Because of their High energy live show, good vibes and a personal connection with their audience, supporters around the globe have shown undeniable love for the group, coining themselves “Kampers” Some began to follow their schedule, attend multiple tour dates, and show off Space Kamp and Rebel Hippies tattoos and custom artwork. Its clear the Rebel Hippies Community is a tight knit global family and not your normal artist/fan relationship.

Regrouping with Rob the Viking, and remarrying an ever progressing sound and vision, Space Kamp dove in deeper in 2019 with the release of 7" vinyl

“Break Rules x Spread Love / Neon Soul"; pushing the boundaries of experimentation by both parties, and moving to All-Live instrument production.

Preparing for their first 12" release,

Space Kamp traveled to the legendary Hyde Street Studio in San Francisco and Rob the Vikings Chamber Studio in Vancouver Island to record. The new album “Electric Lemonade” promises to take listeners on a sonic trip, mixing classic Psychedelic soundscapes, Hip Hop, and Reggae. With production from: 

Rob the Viking, DJ Hoppa and Tab with guest appearances from Split D, Demrick and Jessica Lamb 

Turn On, Tune In and... Rise UP!