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DJ set of Rioteer, recorded during The Art Of Breakcore 3, 10th of may 2014 in the Hall of Fame, Tilburg. 40 minutes of crackbeats style breakcore

http://www.mixcloud.com/theartofbreakcore/dj-rioteer-the-art-of-breakcore-3/

find more Rioteer and Crackbeats here:
http://www.mixcloud.com/crackbeats/
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http://www.mixcloud.com/theartofbreakcore/
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breakcore, art & activism

line up:

FFF (Orange Socks / Murder Channel Records)
RIOTEER (Crack Beats)
NANO.STRIKE (Not Your Monkey Not Your Robot)
BETONFRAKTION (Bad Injun / Blowpipe Records)
DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE (Gifgrond)
BART HARD (The Art Of Breakcore)

+ debates about gen tech
+ seed trade market
+ activism films
+ activist information

The Art Of Breakcore is a wake up call for the rawer, experimental side of ‘breakcore’ that is not just about dance music, but more focussed on experiment, breaking borders and reaching (political) consciousness.

There will be a debate about how politix, with this time a focus on gen technology and alternatives. There will also be a seed trade market for those who are interested in the d.i.y. ways for healty food.

From 22.00h the second part of the night will start when international artists, invited by Bart Hard, will show their vision on breakcore. There will also be visuals that will reach back to the themes of the debate and beyond.

Breakcore

In the early ’90’s breakcore developed out of the 80’s & 90’s industrial, punk, hardcore breakbeats and noise. Some called the phenomenon ‘digital hardcore’, others preferred the term ‘breakcore’, or named it ‘electronix’.
In all different developements influenced by things happening in the world as well as developements within the music itself, breakcore changed through the years into a broad spectrum of diversity. Some of the developements continued and others almost ceased to exist.
Within the breakcore there are many obscure subgenres that always found just small attention, but were actually revolutionary.
Labels like Widerstand Records, Trash Tapes and later also Phantomnoise, Seven Samuari Records and Formosan gave interesting views with combining industrial, political / society consciousness and riot sounds on their releases.
Event series like Utterly Wipe Out broke the barriers between noise, speedcore and breakcore, while other crews focussed more on jungle, rave and later dubstep.
Through the years the first catagory seems to became obscure, so we decided to bring back a bit of the ideals that lived back then.

During this night we have a special line up of artists that show their vision on the art of breakcore each in their unique way.

BETONFRAKTION (Tilburg)
bad injun / blowpipe records

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BETONFRAKTION are Frank Crijns (guitar), Maartje ‘Marzj’ Simons (drums) and Störsender Swarth (voice ‘n’ noise). The Fraktion aims to research sound textures. Noises, voices, rhythms and the vibes of a distorted guitar are part of the experience. Rock with a clever twist. An inflammable cocktail of partly structured, partly improvised energy, preferably punky.

BETONFRAKTION is that breakcore enough? Yes, because this is what breakcore is all about. Check their latest release that just entered the hitparade of the unknown “Sure ‘Nuff ‘n Yes We Do” on http://betonfraktion.bandcamp.com/

Redefine breakcore! http://www.betonfraktion.com/
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Betonfraktion/239377622765195

RIOTEER (Tilburg)
Crack Beats

Rioteer is the brainchild of Bas Welling and hails from Tilburg Crackcity. Rioteer created quite a storm in the international world of Free Electronics, Fragmented Media and styles like Breakcore, Noise, Industrial, 8bit lo-fi, and Deviant Hardcore.

For over a decade he is responsible for promoting the ruff uncompromising edge of sound in Holland and abroad and is one of the most booked artist in this area of sound. Rioteer takes inspiration from different blends of music and played in several bands like African percus-sion groups and experimental Noise Bands. Collaborations include stage
performances with The Haters, Otto Von Schirach & Doormouse.

In 2008 Rioteer was asked to be one of the artists working on one of the first 3d music projects called M.A.S.E. Otto Von Schirach, Doormouse and Rioteer were invited to write music for the 3d M.A.S.E system. The result of this project was performed on the 2008 edition of the ZXZW Festival as part of “The Shape of Breakcore to Cum”. A second private jam was held a few months later at Ruimte X in Tilburg with Otto Von Schirach, Jason Forrest, Duranduranduran, Nero’s day at Disneyland and Rioteer.

Rioteer organises the longest running and loudest breakcore/ Noise night in Holland called Crackbeats and runs the recordlabel which caries the same name. Rioteer toured world-wide and played all the big and legendary breakcore, hardcore & noise events including Breakcore gives me WOOD, Jason Forrests Wasted festival, Bloodnok Festival Tour Russia, Q-Base Hardcore Festival, Gogbot Festival, The ZXZW Festival, Mayhem Outdoors Hardcore Festival, Monsters of Cockrockdisco, Day Of The Droids Barcelona, Barcore NYC, Clash of The Titans Berlin, The Praxis Records Datacide Night, Attack of the Cenobytes Amsterdam, Wreck Havoc Rotterdam, NYMNYR Arnhem among others.

Rioteer’s music has been released on well known labels like: Ketacore Records, Killbot
Records, Provokation Records, Canadian Speedcore Resistance, Alphacut Records, Militia, Thorntree Records, Totschlag Records, ZXZW Records, Angelmaker, My First Sonny Weiss-muller Recordings, Crackbeats Records, TIBProd & Viral Comspiracy Records.

Furthermore Rioteer is involved in production work for Meldy Peaches and well known for his work as a remixer for various acts like: Ra-X, Maurizio Bianchi (MB), C64 Orchestra, Deathmaker, MAC of Mad, etc..

Other projects Rioteer runs are R10T33R for 8bit Chiptune. Neurobit for Experimental 8bit Electronics and Former Descent for IDM, Wave & Dub Influenced Electronics.

Listen to this mix her recorded at Crack Beats #15

http://www.mixcloud.com/crackbeats/dj-riot…-15-02-03-2007/

FFF (Rotterdam)
orange socks / murder channel records

FFF started “djing” on 2 turntables (without pitch control) early 90s. Mixing mainly rave, techno and the sparse UK breakbeat hardcore imports that arrived at his local record shops.
First steps into making music: combining sounds from vinyl mixed with tapeloops, sounds from his sisters keyboard and a lot of feedback. Things changed big time when his parents bought a PC and his friends turned him onto tracker software.

Mid 90s he started the cassette label “Orange Socks” on which he released his own material plus music from his friends and artists he met through tapetrading. He released his first track on vinyl in 2001 (on the French Necromaniacs Industry label) and from then on kept releasing on a wide range of labels. His first full length album “20.000 Hardcore Members Can’t Be Wrong” was released on the Japanese Murder Channel Label in 2011. And the follow up “Keep The Fire” in 2013.

In 2001 Bong-Ra & FFF organized the Breakcore a GoGo parties. These became one of the first regular Breakcore nights in Europe. When BCGG ended in 2004, FFF continued to promote breakcore & Jungle on the monthly Wreck havoc nights which never officially stopped and still pop up once in a while.

FFF is an obsessive vinyl collector. A trip to the record shop, flea market, thrift stores, record fair and the element of surprise that comes with crate digging are most of the times the basic inspiration for a new track

For The Art Of Breakcore he will do a very special set with records from the ’80’s and ’90’s Industrial and experimental genres that sound like breakcore, but were there way before. The origin of breakcore is here..

Listen to this mix FFF recorded in 1998 with overload on digital hardcore and noise http://www.mixcloud.com/FFF/fff-de-piek-vlissingen-1998/

NANO.STRIKE (Arnhem)
not your monkey not your robot

Nano.strike is the main project of Dirk Troost, which he started up in 2004. The primarily styles are Breakcore, Industrial and Tekno, but also stuff like Noise, Ambient, Fieldrecording, Acid, Gabber, Elektro and Synthesizer Music finds it’s way into the work.
What makes the Nano.strike performances special are the use of loads of hardware material instead of just a small laptop.
His raw, dark vision of music goes way beyond what is called ‘breakcore’ and touches the field of Industrial, dark ambient and raw hardcore.
Through the years he performed live at many partys amongst others: Lacerated Fragments (Berlin), Ketacore (Amsterdam), Q-Base (Weeze), Crack Beats (Tilburg), Not Your Monkey Not Your Robot (Arnhem) and Kabaal Digitaal (Wageningen). On 10th of may he will play a rough breakcore set beyond breakcore.

https://www.facebook.com/Nano.strike
http://nanostrike.bandcamp.com/

more info:

http://www.facebook.com/events/588908287831665/
https://www.facebook.com/events/480239445434770/

DJ Holmen is een obscure dj binnen het veld van noise, ambient, breakcore en flashcore. Zijn specialiteit is het neerzetten van zelden gehoorde sferen, met platen die bijna niemand ooit gehoord heeft. Underground feesten waar hij heeft gestaan zijn onder anderen Fields Of Breakcore, No Commercial Sounds, Dawn Of A Dark Era, Smackdown en Optimus Prime Noisefest. Voor The Art Of Breakcore 2 had hij op verzoek een speciale set voorbereid, opbouwend van mooie ambient naar de duisternis. Een reis van de vroege wereld van licht en harmonie naar de industriele revolutie en de toekomst van 1984 (Orwell).

http://www.mixcloud.com/theartofbreakcore/dj-holmen-at-the-art-of-breakcore-2/

Kathinka Rouage @ The Art Of Breakcore 1 (December 2012)

Kathinka Rouage has been active as a dj since the 90′s, under names as Sahid Rouage, Jimmi Rocket and Kathinka Rouage, developing from industrial music to noise and breakcore but also queerbeat, and as producer / live act Cocktail Lytique / Le Rouage Lytique with extreme breakcore sounds without compromise.

This DJ set as Kathinka Rouage was recorded during the first edition of The Art Of Breakcore, in december 2012 in the Hall of Fame, Tilburg (Netherlands).

http://www.mixcloud.com/theartofbreakcore/kathinka-rouage-at-the-art-of-breakcore-1/

http://soundcloud.com/dennis-vague-enti … -at-art-of

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This live set is recorded during Art Of Breakcore 2
Hall Of Fame Tilburg, The Netherlands.
18-01-14

For The Art Of Breakcore Vague_Entity played a special set on request of Bart Hard (organisator of Art Of Breakcore), which combines his darkstep experiments building up to dark Industrial hardcore reflecting the world falling down….

The Art Of Breakcore Line Up and Timetable was:

22.00 – 23.00 Holmen
23.00 – 00.00 Hypnoskull Live
00.00 – 00.20 Worlds Ab-art aka aleXdee
00.20 – 01.15 Jean Bach aka Leprozid Strick/Pfahl Live
01.15 – 02.15 Noize Creator Live
02.15 – 03.00 Vague_Entity Live
03.00 – 04.00 Bart Hard

Next edition of The Art Of Breakcore will be on may 10th 2014 @ Hall of Fame, Tilburg. Be there.. https://www.facebook.com/events/588908287831665/

 

Jean Bach aka Leprozid Strick/Pfahl @ The Art Of Breakcore 2

http://soundcloud.com/david-sardelle/jean-bach-leprozid-strick

JEAN BACH aka LEPROZID STRICK/PFAHL (DE)
Little Brutal Rave Bastards / Blut

Jean Bach has been active since 1996, with releases on Fischkopf Hamburg, Dhyana Records and Stichting Mixer amongst others.
His style is variating from pop ambient to harsh tekkno and noise oriented breakbeat. Beside his music projects he is a creative person who makes magazines in non existing languages and in search of the unknown territories of art. He released under many different aliasses including Anti-Zen, Leprozid Pfarrhaus, Mortobello Steriland the new project of Raketenbasis Haberlandstrasse. Out of the many different projects one is Leprozid Strick/Pfahl which he released a split release with Ad Absurdum on the Hamburg label Blut, as well as different tracks on the Little Brutal Rave Bastards series.

He performed on january 18th 2014 at The Art Of Breakcore II.

Next edition of The Art Of Breakcore will be on may 10th 2014 @ Hall of Fame, Tilburg. Be there.. https://www.facebook.com/events/588908287831665/

The Art Of Breakcore part 2 will be on january 18th, 2014 in the Hall of Fame, Tilburg.This edition there will be debates about positive changes people can make together to create a better world.

There will be a panel of speakers that will tell why they do what they do and how they think what will be a possible future of life as we know it. Is the book 1984 by George Orwell the definitive future? Will there be one gigacompany that will rule our food supply forever? Or is there a way to a different future?

The music & visual program will give a reflection on the themes of the debate and the deeper view that art can give (as concluded during the the panel discussion of The Art Of Breakcore 1).

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line up:

NOIZE CREATOR (DE)
Suburban Trash Industries

Noize Creator is one of the most inspiring breakcore producers by releasing a diversity of music with his own productions and running multiple labels with a cutting edge sound within the electronic underground. His first steps into music production were back in 1991 while he was mixing music with the use of tapedecks. Soon after, he got interested in techno, and started djing at illegal parties. In 1994 he started to make music within the hardcore underground circuit, with releases on Juncalor Records, Rage Records, Blood ‘n’ Guts, Killing Rate, Surgeon16 and his own hardcore label Brutal Chud. One of the most memorable highlights was under the alias Kingz of Noize, of which the record was released on the Drop Bass Network sublabel Six Sixty Six. In 1998 he started his new label Suburban Trash Industries, which held a great diversity of important electronic music releases.

https://soundcloud.com/suburbantrash
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Noize+Creator
http://www.last.fm/label/Suburban+Trash

HYPNOSKULL (BE)
Ant-Zen

Hypnoskull emerged as a project of Patrick Stevens in 1992, who combines the power of pure analog electronics with harsh rhythm structures to form an anarchic assault of noise and techno-industrial. After years of underground activism in the worldwide electronic underground network of industrial music, Hypnoskull reached a larger audience by putting out the album ‘Rythmusmaschine 1-2’ (1998), followed by ‘Ffwd>Burnout!'(1999) and ‘Electronic Music Means War To Us’ (2001). Before that, Stevens also made a name as one half of the duo Sonar, a hardcore Belgian rhythmical industrial project.

http://www.facebook.com/therealhypnoskull
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Hypnoskull
http://www.ant-zen.com/

JEAN BACH aka LEPROZID STRICK/PFAHL (DE)
Little Brutal Rave Bastards / Blut

Jean Bach has been active since 1996, with releases on Fischkopf Hamburg, Dhyana Records and Stichting Mixer amongst others.
His style is variating from pop ambient to harsh tekkno and noise oriented breakbeat. Beside his music projects he is a creative person who makes magazines in non existing languages and in search of the unknown territories of art. He released under many different aliasses including Anti-Zen, Leprozid Pfarrhaus, Mortobello Steriland the new project of Raketenbasis Haberlandstrasse. Out of the many different projects one is Leprozid Strick/Pfahl which he released a split release with Ad Absurdum on the Hamburg label Blut, as well as different tracks on the Little Brutal Rave Bastards series.
For The Art Of Breakcore he will prepare a raw set with his obscure sounds as Leprozid Strick/Pfahl.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L9_0-d77vAs
http://www.signal-zero.info/label/sz003.html
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Leprozid+Strick%2FPfahl

RIOTEER (Tilburg)
Crack Beats

Rioteer is the brainchild of Bas Welling and hails from Tilburg Crackcity. Blending styles like Breakcore, Chiptune, 8 bit, Noise, Industrial, and Deviant Hardcore, he has been responsible for promoting the ruff uncompromising edge of sound in Holland and abroad and he is one of the most booked artist in this area of sound.
Rioteer played around the globe at festivals like Breakcore gives me WOOD, Jason Forrests Wasted festival, Q-Base 2010, Todays Art, Gogbot Festival, Bloodnok Festival Tour Russia, The ZXZW Festival, Mayhem Outdoors Hardcore Festival.

http://www.facebook.com/bas.rioteerneurobit
http://www.soundcloud.com/rioteer
http://www.mixcloud.com/crackbeats/

BART HARD (Tilburg)
Not Your Monkey Not Your Robot

Bart Hard is specialised in underground music.
With his dj sets he made a international reputation with bookings in Berlin, Dresden, Zürich, Kloten, Graz, Gent, Nijmegen, Arnhem, Nottingham and more.
His style is known as pushing the limites of a genre, with extreme electronix, but also playing different styles under the aliasses of Bart Acid, DJ Hartpumper and DJ Of The Second Moon to name a few alter egos.
After organising many different events in the range of breakcore, noise, speedcore, industrial and many more since 2001, he’s now focussed on the new event series The Art Of Breakcore, in the hope to make a positive change to the world, and look for what’s beyond art/music itself, when activism and underground culture meet to reach a higher level.

http://www.facebook.com/djBartHard
http://soundcloud.com/bart-hard
http://www.mixcloud.com/barthard47

more info:

http://www.facebook.com/events/669173343102508/
http://partyflock.nl/party/259326

dj set – Bart Hard @ The Art Of Breakcore

This dj set was the closing set/performance of first edition of The Art Of Breakcore, which took place on 22nd december 2012 in The Hall of Fame, Tilburg (Netherlands). With this set, dj Bart Hard collaborated with the live art performer Levi van Huygevoort to give a view on a possible future.

Tracklist:

1. Low Entropy – Mental Cleansing
2. Low Entropy – They Live
3. Sinthe Labo – Eith Forza Stronzi
4. Pierre Henry – Rock Electronique
5. aleXdee – There Is Nothing To Laugh
6. Temporal Marauder – Subtractive Existence (Part 1)
7. Steve Reich – Music For A Large Ensemble
8. Tangerine Dream – Phaedra
9. Smetana – Die Moldau
10. Unknown – Untitled
11. Venetian Snares – Weinerpeg Mannertoeba
12. Suneaters – Solar Suneaters Transmission
13. Unknown – Untitled

http://www.mixcloud.com/barthard47/bart-hard-the-art-of-breakcore/

The Art Of Breakcore

http://www.facebook.com/events/446705905360068

video trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfLzrBefrJg

breakcore event & debate about art/music & politix/activism

22 december 2012
Hall of Fame
NS plein 5
5014 DA Tilburg
open: 18.00h

entree: 4 euro

style: breakcore, digital hardcore, drum ‘n’ noise, phantomnoise, experimental

line up:

Worlds Ab-Art aka aleXdee (Trash Tapes / Phantomnoise, Leipzig)
Le Rouage Lytique (Freak Animals / Utterly Wipe Out, Berlin)
Nano.strike (Ketacore / Not Your Monkey Not Your Robot, Netherlands)
Kathinka Rouage (Freak Animals, Berlin)
Bart Hard (Not Your Monkey Not Your Robot, Netherlands)
Levi van Huygevoort (Garden Of Eyes, Netherlands)

 

 
The Art Of Breakcore is a wake up call for the rawer, experimental side of ‘breakcore’ that is not just about dance music, but more focussed on experiment, breaking borders and reaching (political) consciousness.

There will be a debate about how art & politix influence each other. Main theme of the debate will be about music/art and politix/activism, but will also be about themes connected to this. For the ones that are interested in more background information, there will be info stands of activist groups, but also record stands for those who want to know more about the music that’s represented during the night.

From 21.00h the second part of the night will start when international artists, invited by Bart Hard, will show their vision on breakcore. There will also be visuals that will reach back to the themes of the debate and beyond.

Breakcore

In the early ’90’s breakcore developed out of the 80’s & 90’s industrial, punk, hardcore breakbeats and noise. Some called the phenomenon ‘digital hardcore’, others preferred the term ‘breakcore’, or named it ‘electronix’.
In all different developements influenced by things happening in the world as well as developements within the music itself, breakcore changed through the years into a broad spectrum of diversity. Some of the developements continued and others almost ceased to exist.
Within the breakcore there are many obscure subgenres that always found just small attention, but were actually revolutionary.
Labels like Widerstand Records, Trash Tapes and later also Phantomnoise, Seven Samuari Records and Formosan gave interesting views with combining industrial, political / society consciousness and riot sounds on their releases.
Event series like Utterly Wipe Out broke the barriers between noise, speedcore and breakcore, while other crews focussed more on jungle, rave and later dubstep.
Through the years the first catagory seems to became obscure, so we decided to bring back a bit of the ideals that lived back then.

During this night we have a special line up of artists that show their vision on the art of breakcore each in their unique way.

Alexander Dreyhaupt aka Worlds Ab-Art, mainly known under his breakcore moniker aleXdee (but worked also as Hagbard Celine or Amiga Squawk Tones) is the founder of Trash Tapes & Phantomnoise Records. Besides he is Co-Founder of the “100% Fakecore Networt” and the “Strukturbruch Events” in Leipzig, Germany along with LXC of Alphacut Records.
He released his first tapes back in 1994, inspired by digital hardcore, gabba and punk music from that time.
Through the years he developed his sound and finally had chance to release his first vinyl “Wer Sich Wehrt Ist Lebendig” in 1998 on the Austrian label Widerstand Records. Right after that he founded his own vinyl label Phantomnoise Records, which was, the very last “Label of the Month” on John Peel Show in Oktober 2004, only two weeks before Peel died.
After that, Phantomnoise stopped releasing on a regular basis and Alexdee spend five years mostly with his radio show “The Fakecore Show” and various other projects.
On this event he will give a special dj performance. Don’t expect some catchy danceable set or a faked live act with some ready to play mp3 file on a sexy laptop, but a kind of real stinky vinyl set turntablism without any turntablism (he’s just too lazy and inapt for that). A small, condensed noisy history of phantomnoise and all related fakecore.
Bon appétit & Bon voyage!

http://www.discogs.com/artist/aleXdee
http://www.discogs.com/label/Phantomnoise+Records
http://www.fakecore.org/

Le Rouage Lytique, formerly known as Cocktail Lytique, is the mastermind behind the Geräuschinfusion, Utterly Wipe Out and Lacerated Fragments event series in Berlin.
As Orange he’s been active as a (web)designer, and photographer for a long time within the left wing Berlin scene, one of his main projects is http://www.freak-animals.org/
He’s been active as a dj since the 90’s, under names as Sahid Rouage, Jimmi Rocket and Kathinka Rouage, developing from industrial music to noise and breakcore but also queerbeat, and as producer / live act Cocktail Lytique / Le Rouage Lytique with extreme breakcore sounds without compromise.

http://rouage.freak-animals.org/
http://www.cl.freak-animals.org/
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Cocktail+Lytique

Unfortunately dj Fobia had to cancel her booking, but we will definately book her in the future again.
As replacement for Fobia we have one of most forward thinking breakcore artists: Nano.strike (Ketacore / Not Your Monkey Not Your Robot, Netherlands).

Nano.strike is a project started up in 2004. The primarily styles are Breakcore, Industrial and Tekno, but also stuff like Noise, Ambient, Fieldrecording, Acid, Gabber, Elektro and Synthesizer Music finds it’s way into the work. Through the years he performed live at many partys amongst others: Lacerated Fragments (Berlin), Ketacore (Amsterdam), Q-Base (Weeze), Crack Beats (Tilburg), Not Your Monkey Not Your Robot (Arnhem) and Kabaal Digitaal (Wageningen). On 22 december he will play a rough breakcore set.

https://www.facebook.com/Nano.strike
http://nanostrike.bandcamp.com/

An other special announcement is the art performance of Levi van Huygevoort (Garden of Eyes).
Multi-talented artist Levi van Huygevoort invented his own “Live Art Performance”, a new one-man wave of crazy live art shows in which Levi creates a piece of live art within any amount of time. Often creatively intense but always an entertaining, mind-bending or eye-opening experience, this is a happening you should see. For this special occasion, Levi van Huygevoort will co-operate with dj Bart Hard, as they will synchronise each other’s performance/set in music and art.
As closing set of the night, this performance/dj set co-operation will symbolise a glimpse of a possible future society.

http://www.gardenofeyes.com/artistslevivanhuygevoort.php

Bart Hard is active since 12 years within the underground circuit, as dj as well as organisator. He is co-founder of event series such as Not Your Monkey Not Your Robot, but also likes to work on various other projects. His current project is ‘The Art Of Breakcore’. For this event he decided to bring artists, individuals and local organizations together that inspired him through the years. Bart Hard will play the closing set of the night when breakcore reaches it’s climax until it breaks down into a field of experimental soundscapes and unheard melodies, together with the live art performance of Levi van Huygevoort.

https://www.facebook.com/djBartHard
http://lsdb.nl/list/artist/17857/Bart_Hard.html

Before the event itself, people have chance to debate about politix, noise, breakcore and the way these things work out together.

The theme of the debate will be about art/music & politix/activism, individualism vs group movements in political activism as well as music scenes, how movements move to the ‘middle’ and losing ideals (left wing politix turn middle politix to get more votes, underground scenes go popular to get more audience) ad the being against somethig while not showing what you do stand for

There will be info stands of activist groups Weldaad, AFA Nederland, Anarchistische Groep Nijmegen and info/bookstore Opstand.

From 21.00h and on there will be music played by the artists who will lead us through the different fields of electronic music, that together can be defined as ‘breakcore’. There will be visuals chosen by the artists and the vj’s and selected the conceptual idea behind the event.

Timetable:

18.00 introductional set of experimental electronic music, by Worlds Ab-art aka aleXdee
19.00 introduction to the night by Bart Hard
19.30 panel debate about art/music and politix/activism, with a discussion panel of individual people, some because of their artistic views and other because of their ideas and ideals about the world we live in. During the debate all visitors can participate and contribute.
In the meantime activist groups have a chance to present themselves and what they stand for, so people who are interested can find more information about these movements.
21.00 the music part of the night will start. There will be Vj’s that will bring their visuals in which the themes of the night will return and melt together with the music of:
– Worlds Ab-Art dj set (journey through his past with music of Phantomnoise & connected labels)
– Kathinka Rouage dj set (experimental breakcore)
– Nano.strike (raw breakcore)
– Le Rouage Lytique live (raw breakcore)
– Bart Hard dj set + Levi van Huygevoort live art performance (synchronisation of live art performance and music)

network links:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Art-Of-Breakcore/258767190895264
http://www.facebook.com/events/446705905360068
http://partyflock.nl/party/227732:The_Art_of_Breakcore.html
http://www.georganiseerde-weldaad.nl/2012/12/09/weldaad-ook-bij-the-art-of-breakcore-in-de-hall/
https://breakcoreworld.wordpress.com/2012/12/17/22-12-2012-the-art-of-breakcore-hall-of-fame-tilburg-netherlands/
https://www.indymedia.nl/node/10793

flyer (design by Le Rouage Lytique) :

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