Friday 3/2 in SF: The Experiment

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Friday 3/2 in SF: The Experiment

Postby trilobyte » Wed Feb 21, 2007 2:24 pm

Starting on March 2nd, the folks behind the Purgatory Cruiser and the Temple Of Breaks are joining forces to put together a new monthly event in San Francisco. First Fridays, come join us for The Experiment at Fat City.

Experiment #1 Lineup
• EVAC (Colony Productions/mutimusic) click to hear EVAC's iDM Mix
• BreakBeatBuddha click to hear his Hood-Tek Mix
• Eskmo click to hear Eskmo at the Temple Of Breaks
• Welder (yes, he's playing a 2nd set... maybe we can get him to do a wardrobe change too)
• Smoove (DJSmoove.net) click to hear Smoove's Thump Funk mix
• Hypnotech (Addictech)
• Neuronaut (Addictech)
• Friction (Yellow No. 5/Purgatory Cruiser) click to hear Friction's Funky See Funky Do mix
• Flook (Yellow No. 5/Purgatory Cruiser)
• Evan Bender (Yellow No. 5/Purgatory Cruiser)

Fat City
314 11th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
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$20 Cover • Doors open at 9:30, music 10-4
$15 before 11, or in experimental attire/playa-wear

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Postby trilobyte » Mon Feb 26, 2007 3:29 pm

New art (below), along with a few video clips...

• BreakBeatBuddha @ Beat Church
• Welder @ FUSE
• Friction @ The Temple Of Breaks
• Smoove & Patricio @ Love Fest

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Postby trilobyte » Mon Feb 26, 2007 8:34 pm

I'd like to add a point of clarification...

For us, this is not so much of a commercial venture as it is a creative one (if commerce was our goal, we'd have 4 less names on the bill, a less expensive venue, and wouldn't have bothered with anything else).

The name is exactly what the event is for us, an experiment. Trying to do some eclectic things with the lineup (mixing different genres of music, mixing live performers with DJ's), and putting some time and attention into the art and atmosphere (so the place doesn't wind up looking and feeling like just another club night), and getting some level of audience participation (most club nights in SF don't seem to encourage the people who go to get dressed up). We had a great time working on events on the playa, and after months of looking around to find a venue that we think we can afford to work with, we're moving forward with our ideas.

Is the event a camp fundraiser? No more than any other monthly event. If and when we make something back, our first order of business is to try and do some more creative things with the art (ideally we want to transform the space into something entirely different). But if we actually end up with a surplus then yeah - we've all got ambitious plans for the playa (just like everybody else). My own camp (Eridu) isn't really any kind of large scale sound camp or anything, but we've got some cool projects coming together, and I expect that when it all comes down to it our limitations will be time and money (just like many other people).

I hope that helps - if you've got any questions or concerns, please feel free to message me directly.

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Postby d6 » Tue Mar 06, 2007 2:14 pm

saw friction 2/24 @ calneva - nice set - we did the lighting -
like what you're doing with the "experiment"
perhaps we can do a temple meltdown evening in reno before brc?

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Postby Badger » Tue Mar 06, 2007 5:11 pm

For us, this is not so much of a commercial venture as it is a creative one ...


At $20 a head those words ring a bit shallow.
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Postby Toolmaker » Tue Mar 06, 2007 9:45 pm

Badger wrote:
For us, this is not so much of a commercial venture as it is a creative one ...


At $20 a head those words ring a bit shallow.


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