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Archives for month: April, 2012

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Electronic Awakening: A MEME 2012 screening

MEMETIC is excited to bring a new angle to this years festival: the screening of the documentary Electronic Awakening! The film features dozens of experts, visionaries, and published authors who explore the premise that Electronic Music is spiritual technology that allows access to higher states of consciousness. Filmed over a period of 5 years at events

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New MEME 2012 Artist Announcement: My Favorite Robot

MEMETIC is pleased to announce another fantastic addition to our 2012 lineup: My Favourite Robot   My Favorite Robot is the trio of Jared Simms, James Teej, and Voytek Korab, three Canadian DJ/producers who in a space of a few short years have become a central part of the global electronic music scene. Simms & Korab

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New MEME 2012 Artist Announcement: Pearson Sound

Memetic is thrilled to announce yet another amazing headliner to be playing MEME 2012: Pearson Sound (UK)! Following a momentous year of releases in 2010 and having concentrated his output under the Pearson Sound moniker, David Kennedy’s following 12 months have been just as busy; but for different reasons. Releasing a critically acclaimed FABRICLIVE compilation in March he’s

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New MEME 2012 Artist Announcement: Ghosts on Tape!

Memetic is proud to add yet another fantastic headliner to our MEME 2012 line-up: Ghosts on Tape! “Ghosts on Tape likes raving. Mind you, not the glowstick-powered, trance-laden nonsense that masquerades as raving these days. The San Francisco resident wants the real thing: dark warehouses, big soundsystems, sweaty walls and even sweatier bodies, and the pulsing

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New MEME 2012 Artist Announcement: Fishead, Famine & Rick Logic!

MEMETIC is pleased to announce three new headliners for this years festival!! Fishead (Montreal) “People tend to assume that because a music is hard or abrasive that it is somehow less intelligent than something that is not as confrontational. I’ve always believed that an integral part of being provocative is provoking people. ” For over

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