Saviour Solstice: A Winter Solstice 2015 Celebration of Psychedelic Culture And Techno. Buffalo NY Dec. 19, 2015 (feat. Steven Coen LIVE PA)

Saviour Solstice Banner - Milkie's on Elmwood, Buffalo - Dec. 19, 2015

Sat. Dec 19th, 2015, at Milkie’s on Elmwood

A Winter Solstice Celebration of Psy Culture (Psytrance, Psychill, Psybient) and Techno (Psychedelic Techno, Progressive, Detroit, Dub and Deep)
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Valentine’s Day Archi-Textures with Steve Cowan, Communification, Kadmon, Mythrophan

Archi-Textures GraphicValentine’s Day special at Archi-Textures!
The red velvet walls at Toronto’s Augusta House are going to heat up for this one. Bring out your sweetheart and trust in our ability to warm up your evening with bumpin’ music to get your feet moving, dance performances to inspire, stunning visuals and of course that great family vibe. Dress red! It’s going to be a love-fest!

Steve Cowan LiveFor this Archi-Textures we proudly feature Steve Cowan, whose beats can be described as modern, tight and sinister techno, while they are also funky and uplifting. His analog synthesizer mastery becomes obvious as his solid four-on-the-floor rhythms are peppered with technical expertise. Steve has three tracks slated for release on Maetta Records, and continues to play live more and more frequently, to the amazement and delight of crowds everywhere.

One Love Movement continues to have a deep-rooted focus on harmony, bliss and liberation. Expect some progressive sounds to send you journeying through psychedelic landscapes; unifying vibrations from the heart.
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32 Shades of Grey with Dharma Lab, nebula, Sara Dopstar, more… Nov. 10 at Li’ly Lounge

32 Shades of Grey featuring Dharma Lab and Nebula Live PA - Flyer

Back of the flyer. Click to enlarge!

On November 10, Working Class Hippies and Kosmic Juice team up in Toronto to deliver two bangin’ rooms of techno and psychadelic trance:

32 Shades of Grey

The first-time collaboration of these two wonderful crews will keep you bouncing long into the night, featuring not one but two amazing live acts.

Buffalo’s Dharma Lab has always captivated dance floors with their live synth-infused high energy Psytrance. This will be the duo’s long-overdue Toronto visit. And don’t miss Toronto’s techno live p.a. legend nebula, who consistently delivers a mind-bending, shake-stompin’ set.

As always, Working Class Hippies and Kosmic Juice will be in full form with their very own top DJs at this two-room affair at Lily Lounge. Come out early and celebrate all night!

Techno and Psytrance lineup:

  • Sara Dopstar (Kosmic Juice)
    Techno
  • Paulina Gagula
    Techno
  • Zaga (Kosmic Juice)
    Techno
  • Ramtin Rokni
    Tech house
  • Dj Arum (Working Class Hippies/The P.O.E)
    Tech House
  • Addm (Working Class Hippies)
    Progressive Psytrance
  • nebula ( breakandenter / juggernautmusic.com )
    Techno live P.A
  • Dharma Lab (DharmaLab.com)
    Live hybrid dj / keyboard Psytrance
  • Mr. Figgs (Working Class Hippies / http://www.facebook.com/Mr.Figgs)
    Psytrance

November 10th
$10 cover 19+ event

Li’ly Lounge
656 College St. West
(in Little Italy)
Toronto, ON M6G 1B8
(416) 532-0419

 

OM Reunion Project Summer Solstice Festival (updated)

Once again this year, the OM Reunion Project will be holding their annual Summer Solstice Festival in Ontario, Canada. This full week week of music, connection, renewal, food, play, community, workshops, dance, and Earth Loving takes place from Monday June 18 to Sunday June 24.

Juggernaut artists nebula and systmtk.deletion are confirmed to perform. The complete entertainment lineup for all three stages, including timeslots will be announced on June 12.

This event and its predecessor, the OM Festival, is well known and respected throughout Canada and the United States. The OM Festival began in 1998.

Memberships must be purchased in advance. Full details are at http://omreunionproject.org.

UPDATE:
nebula (live PA) Friday night at 1:30 AM
SYSTMTK.deletion Saturday night at 9:00 PM

OM Reunion Project Festival, 2011. Photo: Scott Southerland