Transcend, southern tas, Feb10- forest benefit doof

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psybercat
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Rhapsodysiac and the Tasmanian psychedelic community present

TRANSCEND

the Tasmanian wilderness


LIVE ACTS

Tsabeat/Sattel Battle
(Gi'iwa/Israel)
After playing 5 years guitar and drums in several Punk and Metal bands Elad Weinberg (Aka Tsabeat) started in 2002 Sattel Battle project @ NorthernTsab studio. Since then creating non-stop psychedelic dance music.
Sattel Battle project is into funky melodic style (aka Suomi Saundi) The music is on the morning happy side not forgetting the psychedelic and space ness, mainly influenced by the likes of Texas faggott, Squaremeat and Haltya. Tsabeat project is more nightish and powerful music, influenced from derango, Grapes of wrath, metaloids. Also collaborating with energy loop @ DarkNoizZ project


Hired Goonz ( Gi’iwa Productions – QLD )
Neuron Compost and Petalien first met 4 years ago on an online dating service for unemployed hippies. They teamed up over their love of generic pop music and for two years produced unreleased remixes of artists such as Kylie Minogue and Britney Spears. After realising there is no money in pop remixes they decided to start writing psytrance together as they believed it would be the best area to make money and get women.
Their first track, 'Fractal Wonderland', was produced under the influence of Ayahuasca and deemed too psychedelic for the general public, so they buried the master dat tapes in a hole on Anjuna beach in Goa (near some coconut trees). Since then they have toned down their music to make it as generic, formulaic and user friendly as possible.
The Hired Goonz debut release appeared on the vertigo records compilation "Liquid Quit" , with more to follow shortly on the "Musica Discordia" compilation from Gi'iwa productions .


Terrafractyl
(sundance-Melb)
Felix Greenless first discovered music in the womb and began creating tunes while still only an apprentice human being. A trained classical musician he is thus also a tortured soul on a quest for an impoverished life. When he discovered psytrance in 2002 his dreams of becoming a pauper became a reality and he was able to apply his renewed energy to his own music, spending the last four years writing and in the studio. With upcoming releases on the Sundance and Psypneumatix labels he is now breaking free from his self imposed exile to mash up the Australian party circuit.


Deutronium

David Norrish has been producing psytrance for almost 10 years. His sound does not fit neatly into any single sub-genre. Melodic and uplifting merged with driving and psychedelic, it is music designed to satisfy dancers and chin-strokers alike.


Mesq/Reality Pixie
( Gi’iwa Productions – QLD )
After spending the past few years immeresed in the Aussie doof culture, Mesq turned to Djing in an attempt to better understand himself, the dancefloor and the universe. Playing at parties along the East Coast of Australia, whether it be weird, twisted night-time or Crazy, Melodic Morning, Mesq delivers a unique and intelligent, slightly slideways, psychedelic journey suitable for any occassion.
His musical creation Reality Pixie, draws inspiration from a diverse cultural construct of music and mythology, resulting in a manic yet melodic, seriously silly blend of psychedelic sounds. With a release out on Gi'iwa's "Musica Discordia" and more on their way, expect to hear more from this new project soon.


Mycosonic
(Tribeadelic - Hobart)
Mycosonic, aka Hobartians Adrian Brooks and Ben Paetz, formed in 2005. The Mycosonic project represents the concentrated efforts of these two dedicated musicians in a search for a powerful and articulate form of dance music and the ultimate fusion of energies. Adrian and Ben have both studied and played classical music in various groups and collaborations over the years. They have gained sets at many of Tasmania's premier psychedelic trance festivals and have just released their first track on Tribeadelic Records compilation, Cosmos. Mycosonic are currently working on their debut CD, a Tribeadelic release, and are ready to disseminate the psychedelic energy of the far south.


Neb.
(Hobart)
Formally known as the artiste khunt DJ Buttfuck, neb is known across the lengths and breadths of the southern island as a talented producer prone to bouts of incurable prog. Heavily influenced by the bittersweet evil of the cyclops magician dwelling in his backyard, neb has been obtaining sets at many of Tasmania’s trance events and it’s just not true that this is always
in exchange for sexual favours.



DJs



Ozzy
(Tribeadelic-Australia)
Deck wizard, producer and sonic sorcerer, OZZY heads Tribeadelic, Australia's premier psy-trance party outfit and record label. Known for his slinky sets and mind-blowing music, OZZY presents an aural assault of the senses. His morning sets are renowned for their madness and never fail to kick up the dust at Aussie bush doofs. As a Dj for many years, and with access to the magical music vaults of Tribeadelic artists, Ozzy has played at festivals in Israel, Japan, Noumea, Europe and of course many australian parties big and small! Ozzy set up Tribeadelic Records and with six albums released to smash dance floors, the label has become Australia's best and most popular at parties all over the world. Prepare for the freshest sounds from the melting pot of Melbourne, Australia.
BEWARE: HIGH VOLTAGE!!


Shamanix (UCC-Melbourne)
Luke draws his inspiration from across the spectrum of psychedelic trance styles and from a diverse range of artists . his signature sound is that of dark nights in deep forests : pounding kicks, punchy effects and wild atmospherics delivered with minimum cheese .


Sam I Am (dadastream-Melbourne)
Consistently unpredictable, Sam's stupidly diverse 7 year DJ career has seen him up & down the east coast of Australia over the last 4 years, as well as at the base of Mt Fuji in 2005 after being asked to represent Dada Stream Publishing as "label DJ". Whether playing to dancers or lancers, Sam's sets, though occasionally challenging, are always on the money.



Ellis D (Hobart)
Born of psychedelic royal stock, Ellis D was raised on a strict diet of ayahuasca, psytrance and whatever the damm hell he wanted, as was his birthright. The prince of the tas scene has been mixing tunes since his early teens and appears at most Tasmanian trance events to get the stompers stomping to his very funkeh electro trance.


Psywise (Hobart)
Coming to fame as the dingo who ate Azaria, Psywise fled to Tasmania the minute Lindy's conviction was overturned fearing retribution. After years of hiding in the world heritage wilderness area he reemerged an angry beast determined to seek revenge on the misunderstanding public. While scavenging bins for food he came across a now defunct Michael Jackson track and a rusty cheese grater. Thus discovering his method of ultimate vengeance he now terrifies Tasmanians with unstoppable cheddar and can always be expected to strike when least expected.

Em (Hobart)
Nursed from the womb of Cybele and arriving unto this world in a coconut shell she lived a life of solitude, raised by butterflies, in the Cayman Islands before discovering the mystical beauty of Tasmania via telepathic connection with the otherworld. She teleported herself and landed halfway up a mountain at a place known by locals as 'the Springs' to find the uncivilised natives moving simultaneously in a strange fashion to some weird arse beats. She has not looked back since and is now the queen of the uncivilised heathens in the south, wowing them with her funky psy choonz at every opportunity.


Dom
(Hobart)
Revered by many as a modern day prophet Dom has been preaching to Tasmanian punters since he first discovered mescalin while searching for the holy grail in Mozambique in 1998 (he also has no sense of direction). Upon finding the grail naturally God spoketh unto him and commanded he spread the message of soul through trance. He remains faithful and loyal to this day.



Shammie
(Hobart)
Shammie was the conceptual thought of his earth parents at the completion of a shamanic ceremony deep in the Amazon. They willed him into existence whereupon they set about conditioning the ultimate hippy. Failing miserably they abandoned him while holidaying in Hobart where he was taken in by kindly elves and introduced to psytrance. He now wants to be skazi, although will happily settle for the status of rigger.

Juiced (Melbourne)
Haas Effect (Hobart)

more surprises on the way...




Gates open at 10am and music kicks off midday Saturday 10 Feb for a massive 30hrs over two stages and will also feature the Tasmanian leg of the ‘no pants’ tour at the special Funk My Slut party on the second stage Sunday. There will be forestry information, camping and facilities, markets, unlimited natural spring water, fire twirling, amazing décor, nearby swimming hole, licenced bar, organic food, incredible forest and mountain views, tripper games and SHENANIGANS aplenty as Tasmania struts it’s psychedelic stuff at the gateway to the UN listed south west world heritage area.

This is a private function open only to members of the 'so sue me' club. Membership is available on the gate for $20. Non members will be removed from the private property. On request of the site owner dogs are permitted only at a cost of $100 per snout. The $100 will include registration for your pet, who must be leashed at all times, with the change adding to the Gunns 20 donation. This will be strictly adhered to out of respect for the donated location and to maintain the integrity of the surrounding bush and forest.


THIS EVENT IS A FUNDRAISER DIRECTLY SUPPORTING THOSE WHO SERVE ON THE FRONTLINE IN THE BATTLE FOR TASMANIA’S OLD GROWTH FORESTS. PROCEEDS FROM MEMBERSHIPS WILL BE DONATED TO THE GUNNS 20. ORGANIC FOOD WILL BE SUPPLIED BY GRANNY LOU (DEFENDANT 14) AND ALL LICENCED BAR AND MARKET PROFIT TO THE HUON VALLEY ENVIRONMENT CENTRE, ANOTHER DEFENDANT AND HQ FOR THE CAMP WELD/PIRATE SHIP CAMPAIGN. THESE PEOPLE SACRIFICE ON A DAILY BASIS TO FIGHT FOR THE WORLD WE LEAVE BEHIND FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS. PLEASE SHOW YOUR RESPECT AND SUPPORT BY NOT HAGGLING ON THE CRIMINALLY CHEAP COST OF CLUB MEMBERSHIP, GATECRASHING OR SUPPLYING YOUR OWN ALCOHOL.


NO FIRES permitted under ANY circumstances. No illicit substances. Please come to this event prepared for the unpredictable Tasmanian weather. We could be dancing under the hottest sun in the country or stomping through snow. You will need to bring some food and water, COSTUMES!!!, sunblock, hat, warm clothing and all the positive energy you can muster.


Directions- from Hobart, take the southern outlet it's conclusion, turn right at the roundabout onto the Huon Hwy and drive to Huonville. Stay on the hwy as it passes through town (though perhaps take a detour to the right at the only roundabout in Huonville to visit Granny Lou’s and the environment centre for supplies and forest info). Just after the main township is a bridge. Turn right immediately after the bridge and drive for another 13km to Judbury. Stay on the road as it crosses an intersection and turns to dirt and follow the signs, you’re nearly there. The entire journey should take under an hour from Hobart. PLEASE DRIVE CAREFULLY. B-Double log trucks carting away your heritage present a hazard on these roads.

This event could not take place without the dedicated support of the entire Tasmanian psychedelic and environmental communities. Thanks especially go to the Tasalien, Psyphonetics and Terraphonic crews as well as the Tasmanian branch of the Wilderness Society, Huon Valley Environment Centre and Ruffcut records for their advice and donated resources and equipment. All featured artists have donated their time and many have gone above and beyond by funding their own travel, contributing to the wonderful energy, rallying artists and crews and also making themselves freely available to deal with a stressed promoter. The promoter appreciates and loves you all. Namaste.
Last edited by psybercat on Thu Feb 01, 2007 11:43 am, edited 4 times in total.

 

sci0n
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bring it on!!
will be coming down to tassie with juiced and cohorts, ready to cause a ruckus.

 

psybercat
Posts: 33
Joined: Tue May 16, 2006 3:48 pm


shenanigans and utter mayhem i can promise, but a ruckus?

don't know if we can cope with that :P

 

an81572
Posts: 8
Joined: Tue Sep 20, 2005 10:17 am


This one is gonna be huge. If you ever needed an excuse to travel to Tassie then here is the best excuse you'll get!

 

psybercat
Posts: 33
Joined: Tue May 16, 2006 3:48 pm


added to the lineup are

solatek (domo- Cairns)
Dr Zauis (dadastream- Melb)
Nizzah (Hobart)
Loagsta (Hobart)

 

psybercat
Posts: 33
Joined: Tue May 16, 2006 3:48 pm


12:00 OPENING CEREMONY
12:30 SAM I AM
14:00 DR ZAUIS
15:30 NIZZAH
17:00 EM
18:30 DEUTRONIUM
20:00 PSYWISE
21:30 HAM
23:00 JUICED
00:30 SHAMANIX
02:00 TSABEAT
03:30 MESQ/REALITY PIXIE
05:00 MYCOSONIC
06:30 OZZY
08:00 HIRED GOONZ
09:30 SATTEL BATTEL
10:30 TERRAFRACTYL
12:00 NEB.
13:00 ELLIS D
14:30 DOM
16:00 SOLATEK
17:30 CLOSE

 

ALEXUP
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Joined: Wed Jun 07, 2006 8:07 pm


Felix is going to tear openings in everything!!

Have a great time everyone. :D

 

themagickmushroom
Posts: 123
Joined: Fri Oct 20, 2006 12:53 pm


looks juicy. I really liked the party I went to in tasmania.

mmm, soumisaundi.

have fun!!

:)

 

an81572
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Joined: Tue Sep 20, 2005 10:17 am


Despite the odds there was a kick arse party in Tassie last weekend. My head is finally clear so I better extend my thanks to all involved because this party simply wouldn’t have happened without their help.

So big thank you’s to……..

All the DJs - for making it to the site and playing for us. Absolutely awesome tunes, from a world class line-up. Giving up your time & efforts for the Tasmanian wilderness. We salute you!

Kitty – for bringing all those DJs and all those people together in one spot to make an awesome party in support of the environment.

Syd – for lending us his Subaru to go bush bashing & find the site late on Wednesday night. (sorry about the scratches on her mate).

My kids – for their patience & helpfulness and general good behaviour while their daddy & I cleared the track & helped set-up.

Lu & Stuart & family – for letting us use their land & helping us cart gear up the hill & providing great service with food & booze.

The other land owners & neighbours – for letting us get access to the site via their land and allowing us to camp & park on their land.

Neb – for entertaining the DJs during the previous week & clearing the track & helping with set-up then still having the energy to perform an awesome live set. We are going to miss you buddy. Take care & see you soon.

Raven (& Abbi) – for using your sword skills to clear the track & helping to set-up & playing your lovely music for us.

Dom – for carting the lighting & sound gear around & then helping to set it up & for staying on site until the very end to baby-sit same gear. Thanks for playing such a fun set (& thanks to your mate for providing us with the sound gear).

Ham – for towing the genny to & from the site & helping set up & sharing your beautiful décor & playing a fantastic set. You are wonderful & we will miss you but hope to see you soon.

Menno – for coming down to see us & then working hard to help set-up & doing an impromptu set for us. (You know I loved it!)

Quentin – for helping with the set-up & the shade nets & being an all round fun guy!

DJF - for helping with the set-up & the shade nets & lots of laughs.

Michelle – for your wonderful artworks which are cute but strangely twisted. I’m so very sorry some dick-head wrecked a couple (it takes brains you know). I have a pink worm safe at my house, give me a call & I’ll drop it off to you.

Sparkey (& friend) – for marking out the site with your great décor and giving all round general assistance.

Marina – for your pretty décor & being patient with the children & just being your lovely self.

Ben & Nelly – for giving us lovely private toilets and being there to lend a hand with anything you were asked to.

Pete (Muck) - for bringing your jack-hammer to the site before work on Friday to dig the pits. Nice work man, didn’t even get close to filling them! Thanks for everything else you did too.

Pete’s mate with the lights (& Gavin)- Awesome job of the lighting & thanks for bringing another genny & more lights & lighting the loos as well.

Ash (& friend) for doing a mammoth gate shift. Thanks for all your other general help with set-up & clean-up too.

Spud – for helping with the set-up of the site & serving beers with a smile all night.

Margs & Bee – for helping clear the track & helping clean up & thanks to your friends for taking a gate shift.

Steve, Andrew, Stuart (& everyone else who did) – for ferrying gear & people up & down the hill most of the night and again in the morning. A lot of people are thanking you.

John – for putting in a mammoth shift as car park attendant. Everyone should take their hat of to you. Without your help, that car park could have been a dangerous shamozzle.

Dave, Carol, Felix, Luke & all the other mainland visitors - who dug in & got their hands dirty all in the name of helping the environment.

Em, Jodie, Dayal & all the local crews – for your advice & support & encouragement & being prepared to help in any way.

Penny, James, Gavin & anybody else that did a gate shift, helped set-up, cleaned up, looked after someone and performed general duties – I thank you.

Luke – for being a really chilled out security guard. I hope to work with you again.

Wendy – for helping with everything & taxying people to the airport & being gate minder.

Norm – for being organised & for taxying people to the airport.

Richard – for being a great doof neighbour (this man was in the house closest to the doof) & for providing us with an earth strap when no one else would.

Nick @ Ruff Cutts – for the lights & other gear. Your support is appreciated.

The Huon Valley Environment Centre - for the lending of their tools, toilet lids, rubbish bins, tee-pees & other general equipment. Thanks guys, we appreciate your help.


And last but not least,


Absolutely Everybody – for coming to the party, having fun & making it the success it truly was.

:hug:
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