[Melb, AU] Slice Presents 'In Space, In Time & In Life" (15.04.17)
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[Melb, AU] Slice Presents 'In Space, In Time & In Life" (15.04.17)

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>> ELECTRO - TECHNO - GLITCH - CYBERPUNK <<

Come down to Grumpy's Green Grumpy's 125 Smith Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia for the release party of Lazyboyproactive's second album 'In Space, In Time And In Life' from Slice Records! The night will feature quality beats from Melbourne local and international producers and sensory bending visuals! From 8pm 'til late. FREE ENTRY - PAY WHAT YOU WANT!
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Featuring:
Lazyboyproactive (Slice Records) - [Live Electro, Techno]

The Databats - Toronto, Canada (Slice Records) - [Live Lofi electronica, Industrial, Glitch]

Fate Æffect (Slice Records) - [Techno, Electro]

INFECTIOUS UNEASE - [Underground Beats]

Asymmetric (Slice Records) - [Techno, Prog]

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Lazyboyproactive
Lazyboyproactive is a live Electronica outlet for Melbourne singer, songwriter, and producer, Ank Juwaheer, AKA "Ankie."
Five years after the release of the Kaos Dream, LazyboyProactive has become a sensational live electronic music act, combining progressive, tech and pop sensibilities with live vocals, guitars, synths and stunning visuals.
The albums features songs like Undermental, Runaway and Supersonic that have a pop rock twist and Electro house tracks like Glitched Monkey and Take this greed that will make the punters dance. It also features chilled out tracks like Parallel earth, Obsession and Future Species.
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The Databats - (Toronto, Canada)
The Databats are an electronic hive collective of noises and thoughts, self-identifying at whatever the midpoint between "band" and "computer virus" is. Across the world & internet, we provide a score for our digital existence. Current server housed in Toronto. The Databats are a computer contaminant, electro-industrial glitch band and art collective consisting of @Wrrrtika And @[Only registered and activated users can see links. Click here to register]
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Fate Æffect
Behind the veil, amidst clouds and voodoo trinkets, is Fate Æffect (aka Cristian). Inspired by the occult insight, mental illness, visions of dystopia, and his wife Alison as his muse, this industrial and dark electronica project has been producing multi-faceted esoteric sounds since 2003. His work is a vessel for musical experimentation and inspiration unrestricted by genre, flirting with a range of electronic styles from industrial, dark techno, weird bedroom beats and electronica, breakcore to noise/ambient. Often tongue in cheek and an a reason for venting, & alleviating boredom, Fate Æffect’s live setup and production techniques change constantly and aims to create feelings in gyrations of sensory awareness.

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Melbourne stalwart producer Luke Horsfall. One half of Stepping Inwards; a collaboration in the summertime of 2014 between James Woodcock (Jimmi-Woods) and Luke Horsfall (Dr Squiggle) that has now ended with the two artists focusing on their solo acts.
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INFECTIOUS UNEASE
Djing since 1989, has been hosting Infectious Unease Radio since 1992 and soon will being hosting a on line radio show on Planet Rave London. His DJing has ranged from specialist events starting at Asylum Nightclub, Blue Velvet (Aeon, Belfry, White Room, Revelations, and Enzyme nights), Pony (Dark Fall Ball), Dream (Demus night), Vedette, Cas Reitops (Dirty Secrets), Horse Bazaar (Dawn Industries Enzyme Night), Abode (Neo Etica) (Subterranean Zone), Mr Boogie Man Bar (Dawn Industries Enzyme Night), Bodega Bar (Subterranean Zone) The Sub Club (Subterranean Zone), Grumpys (Subterranean Zone), Randy Dragon (After Hours) Bar 303 (After Hours) Interzona (Beach on Brunswick). A member of the band Noir Corps. 2010 Released an eclectic and limited edition 4 disc 62 band compilation with his label Infectious Unease Productions and Dawn Industries. Formally a member Dawn Industries Music Collective, the label Dawn Industries, Enzyme (live music events). 2015 One of the founding Events Organiser of “Subterranean Zone” and “After Hours” and “Interzona”.. A self-published performance writer, who has released such books as 2011“Severed Eye”, 2005 “The Poet's Eye”, 2003 “The Deception Of Latex That Causes The Deepest Remark”, 1997 “The Cadaver Restaurant- A Menu Of Short Stories And Poems”, Works On Cd 2010 “ Noir Corps “le terreur”, 2003 “Reflective Return Spoken Word By Gordon Taylor Music By Ernie O”. Had made a guest appearance in the “Hellfire Nightclub Melbourne” documentary produced by Mark Bakaitis in 2010 discussing the music played over the years at this event. 2016 perform as Raven Corps Guard in the Film “Cult Girls" directed by Mark Bakaitis. DJ Infectious Unease loves to explore a plethora of sound and explode it out on the air waves and night clubs. He has no fear of delivering a sound of surprise. You just never know what he will seduce, tantalise and drive all your five senses with.
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