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Here's the info for show I'm thinking of going to:

alienInFlux + promise + fukhouse

new years eve 2008


Join us for our celebration highlighted by a classic multi-room west-end studio space and a sweet selection of beats from home and abroad. Come early, stay late, and hang with friends and friends of friends.

PERFORMERS (in 2 rooms)

jeremy p. caufield - dumb unit, berlin

adham shaikh - sonic turtle; interchill, nelson BC

pan/tone LIVE - kompakt, berlin

eccodek LIVE 8pc. band - guelph

adam marshall - new kanada, berlin-bound

ian guthrie - fukhouse

eric downer - fukhouse

mike gibbs - box of kittens

noah pred - thoughtless music

rollin' cash - hot pie records

medicineman - CIUT 89.5FM

hali - box of kittens


blankphoto, scott + mike


Pia Bouman School for Ballet, #6 Noble St.

( one block west of queen + dufferin )


$33 @


* Shanti Baba (546 Queen St. W)

* Moog Audio / Slinky Music (442 Queen St. W)

* Studio Gang (112 Ossington Ave.)

Out of Town

* irving@ilovepromise.com

CONTACT: events@harvestfestival.org



Currently based in Berlin, Jeremy is a true Toronto techno legend, having held some of the city's top residencies at Fukhouse, Industry, Blue, and Mission. Since relocating to Europe, Jeremy has quietly infiltrated the top global ranks of the minimal techno scene with his unique and edgy sound. His critically-acclaimed releases have earned him high-profile sets at clubs and festivals around the world, while his Dumb-Unit label has established itself as a force to be reckoned with.


With beginnings rooted in our favorite downtempo / world fusion label Interchill Records, this West Coast world fusion composer, sound designer, and DJ has created music from his own Sonicturtle mobile recording studio for many years now. His skills have taken him around the globe from the Samothraki Dance Festival in Greece to Japanese events for Dakini Records, Waveform Festival Uk, the Incredible Boom Festival In Portugal and gained him a Juno nomination in 2006. Adham has been one of our favourites for many, many years and back in April he played live for us with his band Dream Tree Project. It was an amazing performance encompassing sitar, tables and electronics at DragonFly in Parkdale. For this visit expect dance floor tempo beats to really move you as Adham takes to the decks.

PAN/TONE - live

Under his Pan/Tone alias, Sheldon Thompson embarked on a life of music with an aim to rock dance floors and motivated to leave no chin stroking. Currently based in Germany, his prolific studio work has seen him release dozens of records over the past few years on respected imprints including Sub-Static, Onitor, Mule Electronic, 240 Volts, Trapez, and his own Cereal/Killers label. Sheldon's incendiary live sets are second to none, and have taken him to festivals and clubs around the world from Paris to Istanbul, Rome to Tokyo, Portugal, Belgium and beyond.


Running his New Kanada imprint, releasing on Cynosure and DJing all over North America, Adam has been a fixture in Toronto's underground techno and house scene for years. Building his reputation as a solid performer both live and behind the decks, this will be one of your very last opportunities to hear Adam play as he's departing our fair city to ply his trade in Berlin. As one of Toronto's hardest working DJs, he will be missed - so don't miss this chance to celebrate the New Year with one of his distinctive sets and say farewell to the great Adam Marshall.

ECCODEK - live

Eccodek is a multi-cultural, multi-genre concept created by 2007 Canadian Music Award winner Andrew McPherson. Andrew's production skills (Philosopher Kings, Jane Siberry, National Geographic.com, Vieux Farka Touré) provide the foundation for Eccodek's heady brew of dub, global groove, electronica and ambient. Released internationally on White SwanWorld/Rykodisc, Eccodek's More Africa in Us and Voices Have Eyes have generated high profile appearances on the latest Buddha Bar compilation, National Geographic.com GeoRemix project and elsewhere. With stunning vocal performances from India, Mali, Turkey, Fiji and beyond, the live 6-piece juggernaut weaves an exotic spell of manipulated samples, drums, bass, sax, percussion, flute and keys.

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if you're in ottawa, or gonna be in ottawa, and you know me, we're having a party at Steve and you're invited!!

facebookers likely already got the invite, i'll try to get to as many non-facebookers as i can, or, feel free to pm for details..

if you're headed to a show or something, come by before or after or both, whatever....

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No one in this thread is from Toronto, but I just wanted to say the party promoters doing the aformentioned NYE Party are doing a free DJ Skating Party this Saturday @ 7 - 10 pm at Nathan Philips Square.

It's gonna be an awesome New Years ! So many things to be thankful for - here's to what a great and crazy year 2007 was!

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