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Industrialyzer

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1 month ago
Hi there TECHNO LOVERS!!!! So, here is a contest
Who wants to win free entrance for 20 YEARS NATURE ONE Festival on August 1st in Raketenbasis Pydna Kastellaun/Hunsrück??

We are giving away 3 free tickets for the first 3 persons who reply to this question:
What was the first ever track by The Advent & Industrialyzer and on which label did it come out?

Rules of the contest :
1. You have to LIKE & SHARE The Advent page & INDUSTRIALYZER page
2. Please ONLY reply to the post on The Advent page (only this ones will be valid)
3. Reply correctly

The winner will be announced Monday, July 14!
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Indy is in the building :)

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Indy is in the building :)


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7 months ago
Hi there TECHNO LOVERS!!!! So, here is a contest
Who wants to win free entrance for 20 YEARS NATURE ONE Festival on August 1st in Raketenbasis Pydna Kastellaun/Hunsrück??

We are giving away 3 free tickets for the first 3 persons who reply to this question:
What was the first ever track by The Advent & Industrialyzer and on which label did it come out?

Rules of the contest :
1. You have to LIKE & SHARE The Advent page & INDUSTRIALYZER page
2. Please ONLY reply to the post on The Advent page (only this ones will be valid)
3. Reply correctly

The winner will be announced Monday, July 14!
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Sean Glassford

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1 month ago
Timeline PhotosHow good was #4Corners tonight?

The conclusion: Australia is at risk of missing out on the 3rd industrial revolution.

(It's on iView if you missed it.)



By: SolarQuotes

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Industrialyzer

via Facebook

1 month ago
video from Pan-Pot at Awakenings playing The Advent & Industrialyzer remix of FRANKYEFFE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYXCBz-kpN0

http://www.beatport.com/track/yes-or-not-the-advent-and-industrialyzer-remix/5342671

Pan-Pot @ Awakenings Festival 2014 Day 2
Pan-Pot @ Awakenings Festival 2014 Day 2 on June 29th 2014Movies from the infamous Awakenings techno events (NL) Check out http://www.awakenings.nl for our u...

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Industrialyzer

via Gigatools

1 month ago
Industrialyzer is playing @ Unique community 9 hours of techno, Mandarine Buenos Aires Argentina, Tue 08 Jul http://gigs.gigatools.com/gig/315495


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Yes, but I haven't seen them for 30 years.

Cabaret Voltaire to perform live for the first time in over 20 yearsdangerousminds.net

[quote]  The massively influential Sheffield industrial/dance band


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Ros McGinty

via Youtube

1 month ago
Yeah!

UR - Ain't No Sunshine (The Sign)Playlist by Tweets McG

Label: Underground Resistancer
Catalog#: UR-024r
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Every day tons of sulpher and other pollutants are dumped into the air from Detroit industrial stacks. This pollution spreads throughout the clouds and is returned to earth in the form of acid rain. Death from ab...

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Benito Di Fonzo

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2 months ago
I'm a romantic fellow, but I knew there was more to this. Let's face it, businessmen ruin everything good in life! Although I guess life before the Industrial Revolution was no cake walk either... what is a cake walk anyway? Just watch the video...

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Vitamin Q Byron Bay

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2 months ago
Hi beautiful dancers♪
Here is the movie of our last parry!!!

At last!!!! The movie of VITAMI-Q Byron Bay vol.13 LOCOS ONLY is done.
遂に!VITAMIN-Q vol.13 LOCOS ONLY のムービーが完成しました。

In Byron Shire, it is getting harder and harder to dance through the night till dawn. We were starting to consider roaming to a different area or perhaps to a different country to look for an opportunity to keep creating VITAMIN-Q dance heaven… We were lost…But then, an amazing encounter coincidentally came to us.
バイロンシャイアで朝まで踊り明かす事が 難しくなって来ました。チームでどこか別の土地や他の国に行く事まで考え初めていた時、素晴らしい出会いがありました。

The AVALON, a warehouse in Burleigh Heads industrial area. The dudes of THE AVALON are fan of musicians that we have invited from Japan. The AVALON guys are very funky open-minded guys that are interested in sharing their space with high quality creators through their not only music but also arts and performance.
バーレーヘッズのインダストリアルのウェアハウス、The AVALON !ここのDudesは私達が日本から何度か呼んでいるミュージシャンのファンでもあり、音楽だけでなく、アート、パフォーマンス、 ”ハイクリエイトしているクリエーター達と楽しい事やヤル!”という目的でこの場所を解放している粋な人達だったのです!

THEN so….
そうして...

As VITAMIN-Q Byron Bay has moved to Miami, we were getting closer and closer energetically to dancers with a right antenna and cutting edge DJs in Gold Coast and Brisbane. And a magical VITAMIN-Q dance floor were recreated with love!!!!
VIATMIN-Q Byron BayはMiamiに場所を移し、それに 伴いゴールドコーストやブリスベンのイカしたアンテナ持ってるエッジなDJ’sやダンサー達ともどんどんクロースになり、すぐにあの愛のフロアが戻って来ました。

DJs who produce the finest quality dance music, VITAMIN-Q stuff who colours the venue, street performers living all over the world who get reunited again and again at VITAMIN-Q floor, and dancers feeling the VITAMIN-Q vibe and express freely who add the magical element to the floor…..
極上のダンスミュージックを紡ぎ出すDJ達とヴェニューを彩り絵描き出すスタッフ達...オーストラリアのどこに散らばっていてもV−Qのフロアには必ず 戻って来る放浪大道芸人達...そしてフロアに魔法を振りかける様々なスタイルで音楽を感じ踊るダンサー達..

This peaceful and shanti atmosphere on the dance floor is what we were looking for… almost exactly the same as VITAMIN-Q in Tokyo in 1996…. 不思議な事にこのピースフルでシャンティーなアトモスフィアー満載のフロアは、1996年にVITAMIN-Qが東京にあった頃から全く変わらずあのまま なのです...

"LOCOS ONLY" As the party title shows, there were delightful ‘CRAZY DUDES ONLY" ...Check it our VITAMIN-Q Byron Bay vol13, the dance floor with full of LOVE!  
For all LOCOS DANCERS!!!!!!! "LOCOS ONLY" 文字通りディライトフルな”狂った奴らだけ”のVITAMIN-Q vol13の愛のフロアを覗いてみてください... For all LOCOS DANCERS!!!!!!!

I really want to dance with you on the next floor...
次のフロアであなたと踊りたいのです...

https://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D-FfrYK5fIT8&h=4AQEp2Pkk

The movie...shooting and cutting by Ikawa Keita

VAITAMIN Q Vol,13 @AVARON
In Byron Shire, it is getting harder and harder to dance through the night till dawn. We were starting to consider roaming to a different area or perhaps to ...

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How doctors, nurses and stretcher bearers dealt with the 'war to end all wars'. http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/worldwarone/5-hell-and-healing/5529060 #WW1 #abcrn

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Hell and Healing

At 4 pm: Industrial warfare forced doctors and nurses to find new ways to treat the wounded, maimed and psychologically damaged. What insights did the war give us into human suffering, and how have future generations benefited from this?


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Jon Wicks

via Facebook For Ipad

2 months ago
Severed Heads – ‘Dead Eyes Open’ 12″ EP Reissue through Dark Entries Recordspost-punk.com

"Severed Heads are one of the longest surviving bands to emerge from the Australian post-punk independent music scene. They began in Sydney in 1979, incorporating elements of ‘industrial’ noise-generation, tape cutting & looping and electronic sound synthesis. As the project developed song-structure…

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Industrialyzer

via Facebook

2 months ago
http://www.be-at.tv/brands/recreatiegebied-spaarnwoude/awakenings-festival-2014-day-one-area-x/the-advent-industrialyzer-live

The Advent & Industrialyzer (Live)
Streaming live on Saturday, 28 Jun 2014 @ 19:55 GMT from Awakenings Festival 2014 Day One Area X. For more sessions from the world's finest DJ's and live acts, please visit www.be-at.tv.

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Andrew Bergen

via Facebook

2 months ago
It's been 20 years - give or take a month - since I started my radio show 'Cyberdada' on 3PBS-FM in Melbourne, along with my weekly column Neural Imp inside Zebra mag in the now-defunct Inpress.
Both things gave me the chance to meet sensational local musos and build lasting friendships with same... people like Steve Law (Zen Paradox), Voiteck Electruck, Allan Klinbail (Son Of Zev), Scott Armstrong (Guyver 3), Damian Stephens (Isnod), Derek Chill & Dan Woodman (TR-Storm), Ollie Olsen, Andrew Till, Tony Irvine, Tim Colman, Mad Rod, and literally dozens of others, giving rise to the creation of IF? Records in 1995 to support their art - and still going strong under the tutelage of Sebastian Bayne.
I did the radio show for 7 years, interviewing artists like Juan Atkins, Jeff Mills, Genesis P-Orridge from Throbbing Gristle, Stephen Mallinder from Cabaret Voltaire, Luke Vibert, Biochip C, Jammin' Unit, Frontline Assembly, Sub Bass Snarl, Scanner, Derrick May, Dave Tarrida, Neil Landstrumm, Subhead, Tobias Schmidt, and Cristian Vogel.
Truth is, I still miss it. But what a mad experience.
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Dan Conway

via Change.org

2 months ago
The Budget is Class-war - plain and simple. And we need to fight back.

Open letter to unions and Unions NSW: Call for industrial action and state-wide delegates meeting to build the fight to reject the budget - Sign the Petition!Dan just signed this petition on Change.org.

19863 signatures are still needed!

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Industrialyzer

via Gigatools

2 months ago
Industrialyzer is playing @ The Advent vs Industrialyzer LIVE, FLORIDA 135 Fraga Spain, Sat 14 Jun http://gigs.gigatools.com/gig/315506


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Sydney Park, free party playground
Sydney Park in inner city St Peters with its iconic chimney stacks has etched itself in many peoples minds as a symbol of discovering exciting new music and social scenarios. By going to an early Sydney Park rave party you became part of an exciting underground musical and social D.I.Y culture. This legacy lives on today and has lead to Sydney Park’s continuing tradition of being the spot for regular free parties on this post industrial site.

click on anyone of these to surf the slide show, then read on about the History of Sydney’s free party culture catylyst…


The park has played an important role for helping the development of various youth subcultures over the years. Before its redevelopment in 1991 there are scattered reports of music events like the Punk Picnics which have continued to this day and also a legendary performance at the Brickworks in Sydney Park, St. Peters in March 1982 of the industrial noise band SPK. SPK were an Australian band who had a reputation as important figures in the international evolution of the Noise music genre. Coincidentally the bands name is the same acronym for today’s cafe oasis in the park, SPK, the Sydney Park Kiosk.

Back in the early 90′s mainstream raves were falling into the trap of elitism with expensive door prices and style conformity so Sydney Park events offered many an introduction to the multi media all night techno party experience. Since it’s 1991 redevelopment the park has clocked up a rich history of renegade events. In May 1993 a May Day Anarchist picnic morphed into an all night rave attracting around 800 people as a sound system and generator turned up as the sun went down. This event called “A-may-zing”set the scene for a few years of all night techno events in the park by Vibe Tribe and friends and helped to give birth to the ‘Doof’ and free dance party movement in Sydney.

The word ‘Doof’ came into being just up the road from Sydney Park at a now abandoned house in South Newtown at 600/602 King street. In 1992 it was a share house where local techno band Non Bossy Posse, a regular at Sydney Park free parties were having a jam, the relentless kick drum leaking through the walls late in the night had finally angered the German nieghbour Sonia and motivated her to lodge the now famous complaint :

“What is this doof, doof ,doof?, this is not music, turn it down or I’ll call the Police”
The story was told uncountable times and ‘Doof’ became a share house hold word around Australia, it went on to became the name to describe the style of event itself, being one that is organised in a very grassroots and organic way and not commercially motivated.

Are you going to the Doof tonight?’. or “Do you know where the Doof is tonight?” where very commonly uttered questions in the early 90′s.
As the 90′s progressed I remember seeing massive billboards on the motorway down in Victoria advertising stereo speakers with three metre high DOOF letters screaming out from the side of the road, record shops had Doof sections and the name became cemented in the electronic music underground to this day.

Techno music mixed on turntables, big screen projections, fire shows, a going off dance floor, fluoro lights and banners, chai and food stalls, info on environmental and social justice campaigns was what was on offer down at those early brickworks events that helped define ‘Doof’ culture in Australia. Initially liaison with the Police was positive and the events managed to see the dawn in but in 1995 the honeymoon was over.

Underground rave and political culture were quite entwined in the early 90′s so the crowd were quite willing to stand up to the Police’s attempt to shut it down.
The Doof at Sydney Park in 1995 was called ‘Freequency’ and is often cited as an end of an era, the yet to be tested new Vibe Tribe sound system was put though its paces pumping pumping full frequency techno into the night air.The dancing masses filled the brickwork amphitheatre as hundreds poured into the park as the venue details were transmitted through the info phone line.

It took 40 riot Police to shut the event down at about 2pm as about 1200-1500 people were going off to pumping electronic music. Underground rave and political culture were quite entwined in the early 90′s so the crowd were quite willing to stand up to the Police’s attempt to shut it down.

After failed negotiation the police baton charged the dance floor, the crowd pushed back and chaos ensued, eventually they took the generator but the crowd defiantly kept dancing till dawn as a mob of drummers turned up.

After this happened an ombudsman report had deemed the police response at ‘Freequency’ to be an over reaction but after this both sides realised this kind of outcome was not the way to go and since then smaller sound systems and self policed music shut off times have managed to find the middle ground in keeping Sydney Park as a place where sound systems can be set up but not allowing events or sound systems to be too big and not going all night.

During the 90′s and early 00′s South Sydney Council (and now City of Sydney Council) allowed and promoted community arts festivals in the Park,. Sydney Park become home to Sydney’s Earthdance event which joined simultaneous dance parties in more than 50 countries around the world to mark the International Day of Peace . The park has also become the host for Mascon Festivals and the touring Soundwave festival in 2007/8.


I saw the rangers scratching their heads and wandering what to do when faced with a Dubstep Doof and Punks Picnic 50 metres apart.
With this history Sydney Park has a unique vibe where regular small sound systems set up and co-exist with the joggers and dog walkers.

Many party crews and D.J’s throw free parties down at Sydney Park and hundreds of memorable events have occurred in recent years. Sunday dub club is over 6 years old having put on a Reggae and Dub sound system on the first Sun of every month at the brickworks setting a precedent for good relations with rangers and police and keeping the event family friendly and fun for all. U.F.O club and others still set up regularly. Last year as as I wandered through the park I saw the rangers scratching their heads and wandering what to do when faced with a Dubstep Doof and Punks Picnic 50 metres apart.

1500 people and about 8 sound systems many of them solar powered wheelie bin sound P.A’s were scattered around the brickworks and surrounding parklands presenting a magical colourful fiesta
Sydney park has also hosted renegade film events like the alternative Tropfest, Squatfest, it was set up as a protest against the increasing corporate sponsorship of Tropfest at the time.

Another renegade carnival in 2013, “Reclaim The Lanes’ having paraded through local lanes in Newtown descended on Sydney Park to celebrate its long history of events and free spirited parties, 1500 people and about 8 sound systems many of them solar powered wheelie bin sound P.A’s were scattered around the brickworks and surrounding parklands presenting a magical colourful fiesta. The event wound itself up at an agreed time with the Police without any trouble.

Not so sweet with the Police was the 2010 Wheelie bin sound system mobile festival wandered that into the park. A gig called “Wheelie Amazing” was a heads up to the original Amazing Vibe Tribe party in 1993, this one attracted about 400 people and faced a Police shutdown at 2pm deep in the park, I being slightly tipsy and argumentative ended up arrested and in the back of a Paddy Wagon falsely accused of assault police, All the bins rolled in and out of the park for a great night of music styles and wild dancing, I later won a court case against the polices assault police charge.

You may often stroll through Sydney Park and see a Solar powered Sunny Bin sound system providing music for small gatherings, birthdays, picnics and small events. Local business Sunny Bins based at Tortuga Studios across the road from Sydney Park have developed used Wheelie Bins to make mobile solar sound systems since 2010. The Sydney Park Kiosk purchased one in 2011 which is a regular fixture providing tunes for the cafe and spreading the word on these great mobile boom boxes. Lets hope Sydney Park with its soon to be finished water catchment upgrade will continue to be known for its unique vibe for years to come.

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