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Beneath the Planet Of The Apes

Sa, 29. 11., 22:00 Uhr @ Forum Stadtpark Bunker

„Beware the beast, Man, for he is the Devil’s pawn. Alone among God’s primates, he kills for sport or lust or greed. Yea, he will murder his brother, to possess his brother’s land. Let him not breed in great numbers, for he will make a desert of his home, and yours. Shun him, drive him back to his jungle lair, for he is the harbinger of death.“
Cornelius quoting from the apes’ sacred scrolls

Die „Planet Of The Apes“ Veranstaltungsreihe versorgt Graz mit elektronischem Breakcore der harten und experimentellen Gangart. Länderspezifische Specials und Gorillas (nicht nur als Türsteher!) sorgen für wohldosierte Action. Zum ersten mal im Forum Bunker zu Gast: die „not your wreck not your crack“ Tour:

FFF live (NL)

Rioteer live (NL)

King Pin (NL)

Bart Hard (NL)

D.Nye (Wien)

Distrojan (Weiz)

www.myspace.com/afferl
Eintritt: 5 Euro
Affen frei!


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FFF __live (planet mu,Sprengstoff Recordings/NL)
FFF started making music mid 90s, influenced by Jungle,UK breakbeat hardcore, digital hardcore. He released his music on labels like Kool.Pop, Mindbender, Sprengstoff ,Planet Mu, Hong Kong Violence, Kproduktions (nl), Sonic Beligeranza . His 1st album “20.000 hardcore members can’t be wrong”will be out soon on the japanese Murder Channel label.
He organised the now legendary breakcore a gogo events (together with Bong-Ra) at Waterfront Rotterdam and is organising the Wreck havoc parties in Nighttown & Waterfront. Live you can expect a blend of Jungle,Riotbeats and Rave with a little bit of gabba.

http://tommysox.blogspot.com

http://www.myspace.com/fff

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Rioteer __live (crack beats/NL)
RIOTEER has been working up quite a storm in the European breakcore scene with his blend of really heavy breakcore, speedcore and just plain weirdness. His roots lay in all kind of electronic music, a big blent of punk and African Percussive Music. For 4 years Rioteer played in Afrodisiac, a African Percussion group and uses these influences in his tracks. In the past he played at a lot of well known breakcore parties in the Netherlands and Abroad. For example Rioteer played at Breakcore gives me WOOD III in Ghent & the first Clash of the Titans party in Berlin. In the past Rioteer had his weekly radio show at radio raket Tilburg which unfortunately is off the air at the moment. Furthermore he is active in Tilburg as part of the Crackbeats events in Tilburg. Also top of that he released his first 12inch on the new Crackbeats records.

http://www.rioteer.com

http://www.crackbeats.com

http://www.myspace.com/rioteer

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King Pin (not your monkey not your robot/NL)
Got over 13 years of experience and Kingpin always loved the rougher kinds of electronic dance music. Started organizing underground terror parties in 1998. After a short break, because the scene got fucked up by a wrong kind of audience, he found his true nature again in breakcore music. Because he saw the scene was very open minded and the atmosphere at the parties where just like the good old days, he started organizing breakcore parties. Kingpin, Bart Hard and Jorrit created the concept of “Not your monkey Not your Robot”. From there on he performed at all the big breakcore events like “Wreck Havoc” and “Crackbeats”. So be aware for his tight mixing, crossfader madness and mashed-up ragga breakcore sounds.

http://www.notyourmonkeynotyourrobot.org

http://myspace.com/kingbreaks

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Bart Hard (not your monkey not your robot/NL)
Influenced by illegal stations and distorted frequencies from radio and television, Bart Hard started to cut cassettetapes to new music. In 1997 Bart got influenced by a musical genre known at that time as terror. It was not actually music, it was more to say the opposite of what music was. The noise and the harshness changed his ideas about what music really is.. The end of the millenium started Bart to make his journey through the (electronic) underground landscape. Here he found more and more influences from the past and present. Digital Hardcore and Noise were two of the most important discoveries to be mentioned, but also grindcore, the avant garde and ’80’s Industrial got his attention and sneaked in to his dj sets. In between he tried to organise some terror partys and in 2005 he became part of the Not Your Monkey Not Your Robot cru: with Jorrit, Bart and King Pin NYMNYR organises the breakcore events in Arnhem. In 2006 Bart Hard performed at partys like P.O.R.N., Tektron and Mayhem Outdoor, and organised some more obscure partys for fun. In 2007 he became one of the residents of Smackdown, organised by Element: Destruction, in Doornroosje, Nijmegen. Soon after, Bart Hard made his flights to England, Germany, Austria and Switserland to shock more people.. The noise that you hear activates your consciousness.

http://www.notyourmonkeynotyourrobot.org

http://myspace.com/barthard

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d.nye (wien)
Gebürtige Grazerin, für ein Jahrzehnt zur Salzburgerin mutiert und dort in der dnb-Szene angefangen mitzuwirken, musikmäßig über den Darksteptellerrand geklettert und in Dubstep, Breakcore, Noisecore usw. eingetaucht, beim elektrofachadel mitgebastelt und schließlich in Wien angelangt.

http://myspace.com/whatrave

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Distrojan (weiz)
Man findet wohl jede Jungle Platte in DJ Lemon’s Plattenarchiv von 94′ bis 97′. Durch Einflüsse aus diversen Genres entstand 2005 sein Breakcore Synonym Distrojan. Seine Sets heben sich von anderen durch Vielfalt und Variationen ab. Gemeinser Nenner dabei bleibt auch heute noch die Jungle Snare. Unter der Flagge des Rotaug Kollektives tourt er seit 1998 durch Österreich und Deutschland.

http://www.rotaug.com

http://myspace.com/distrojan

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