Tuesday, September 20, 2005

THREE October gigs (updated)!

One smaller and geekier, one larger and raveyer.. both awesome!
1. EFF 15th Anniversary Party!
As in www.eff.org
We will be playing our various bits and pieces of genre-blending style towards the later end of the (relatively early) party, so from 8-10ish. Let me point out the salient points of the announcement below.
1. Us
2. The EFF!!!
3. Free Drinks
4.Free food (from Pancho Villa!)
5. 3D CAKE!!!!! And in the city and early on a Sunday evening. I mean, c'mon, what else are you doing?

When: Sunday, October 2nd, 2005 at 5 p.m.
Where: EFF Headquarters in San Francisco, 454 Shotwell Street
    official invite
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Mark your calendars! EFF is 15 years old this year, and we are going to celebrate! We're having an anniversary bash at our San Francisco headquarters on Shotwell Street on Sunday, October 2nd, 2005. The party starts at 5 p.m.

Join us for delicious Mexican food and drinks from Pancho Villa, hear a special address from our founders, John Perry Barlow and John Gilmore, taste our special 3D cake, and enjoy both the grooves of Gypsy Jazz from the Zegnotronic Rocket Society and the hypnotic beats of DJ Ripley and Kid Kameleon.

Our celebration is free of charge and open to anyone, so bring your friends and family. We look forward to celebrating with you!

Please let us know you're coming so we don't run out of food and libations! Send an email to rsvp@eff.org

EFF's office is located at 454 Shotwell Street and is BART accessible. Take BART to 16th and Mission, walk to 19th Street and take a left, and take another left on Shotwell Street, three blocks down. We are located between 18th and 19th on Shotwell.


2. AL HACA Sound System, Dhamaal and more at Breakdown, October 14th @ DNA Lounge, 275 11st, San Francisco

I am just thrilled that these guys are finally coming to the US! I met the MC for this crew in a train station in Berlin 3 years ago, and afterwards ended up playing at the same event as them at 3 different parties in three different cities/locations (including the MS stubnitz off the coast of Sczceszin, Poland, a weird bar in the Universal music building in Berlin, and at a festival in a former military airport in Eastern Germany).. I figured it was fate. Plus the music is totally fucking lovely. The Al Haca vd. Stereotyp albums are staples in my collection, with choons at every speed. This night is going to be lovely, big up to the Dhamaal peeps for holding it down!


3. VEX'D and PLASTICMAN and the rest of us, October 15th, Custer and Rankin Sts.

The last truely great large scale party I went to in this country was a year and a half ago, and Plasticman played at it. It was faith-affirming. See the flyer and dust off the dirty cargo pants for true warehouse, party-like-its-'96 style fun. For $8 dollars if you come in costume!

Make no mistake, it's especially for the late-night crew. ripley goes on around 3:30

AND::
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Subscience presents:

SUPERHEROES & SUPERVILLIANS
An Evening of Extreme Electronics
Saturday October 15th
1598 Custer (@ Rankin - San Francisco
9 PM - 6 AM / All Ages Event

Time to get Grimey ! The cutting edge sound of the UK Grime and Dubstep scene invades S.F.
This is a costume party....Come dressed as your sexiest best ...$10 cover / $8 in costume
Hot Tub & Champaign Bar Opens @ 4 AM (Hosted by J-Rea)

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Main Room:

PLASTICMAN (Terrorhythm, Rephlex, Rinse FM - UK)
VEX'D (Planet Mu - UK)

RIPPLE (Subscience)
MEGATRON (B.I.G. Crew)
SUBTEK (B.I.G. Crew, Dubliminal)
THE ONE (B.I.G. Crew)
MAEBYN LA FEY (Subscience)
HYPNOTECH (Addictech Records)
AARON JAE (Evil Breaks)
RAYDEUS (Bassworship/Pronoia)

MC: EMCEE CHILD

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Second room:
BREAKCORE / RAGGA / D&B / DANCEHALL

THE HITMEN (Subscience)
KID KAMELEON (Shockout, Mashit)

KODA & AARSON (Urban Drums)
LEXXUS (Turntablaze FM)
RIPLEY (Death$ucker, Havocsound)
LUD DUB (Cosmic Vibe Soundsystem/ Pulse Radio)
MISHA (Subscience)

MC: MANNY VIBES

more info: www.subscience.org
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