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alienfreaksho:)
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Posted : Aug 7, 2003 23:02
meteloids fungus funk and kindzaza!!! the night of the burn is gonna be INSANE!!!! and yes its been difficult expalining the concept of bman to people who arent near it...really if a trance party happens within bman its up to the induividuals to raise the $ to make that happen..sure if every trancer gave 250$ you could have massive festival BUT burningman is beyond one kind of party..there is crazier intereactive art than you will find anywhere freaks livng out every kind of fantasy and techonolgy liek the tessla coil performances and robots fighting there is childlike beauty and harsh itnense expression anything and everything and beyond what you can actually imagine..and the best part each of us is resposnsible for our own survival....no coca cola or beer tents here....

BIG PEACE!~           freaks unite!!!!
alienfreaksho:)
IsraTrance Junior Member

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Posted : Aug 7, 2003 23:13
oh ya and the intl's coming arent being paid to be at bman!           freaks unite!!!!
Borris
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Posted : Aug 8, 2003 23:07
Hey Sho.

But you are paying their flight and entrance ticket.

but finaly me long long dream has come true, I'm coming.

12 days till my flight.           Kinetic Honda GmbH, Worldwide Supliers of Quality noise.
Progression Sessions of the 3rd Empire!
PsyFire
IsraTrance Junior Member

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Posted : Aug 10, 2003 22:07
It should be quite an experience. Even beyond the Trance aspect of it, I think it's a brilliant concept.
alienfreaksho:)
IsraTrance Junior Member

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Posted : Aug 15, 2003 00:04
trance village isnt paying anyone..individuals are helping by having other parties in other places ./.mr peculiar is coming on his own..and sadly meteloids cant make it,...and the russians are coming via portland but no one is paying for them to be at bman,,burningman a nonpaying thing..everyone is a particpant and contributes in different ways....

big peace!g           freaks unite!!!!
dopey576
IsraTrance Junior Member

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Posted : Aug 21, 2003 08:45
hi,
is it possible for u to post the final lineup?           ToO mUcH pReSsUrE oN tHe BrAiN
maygun604
IsraTrance Junior Member

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Posted : Aug 21, 2003 10:39
Final lineup coming very soon, we are waiting for confirmations!! check back soon and get ready to dance your ass off!
mrpeculiar
MR PECULIAR

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Posts :  55
Posted : Aug 22, 2003 13:37
can sombody from the trance village organization please PM me as im not sure on whats happening with the trip to the US

cheers
maygun604
IsraTrance Junior Member

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Posted : Aug 22, 2003 20:09
Dusty, your inbox is fulll!! please email me ASAP meg69604@hotmail.com

thanx!!
maygun604
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Posted : Aug 23, 2003 05:41
Although we did not get all the international acts we had hoped for, the lineup for trance village is killer and ready to make you dance all week long...

The Interdimensional Space Portal will be going BOOM! all week
at Burning Man....

Find us at 10:00 (Sacred) between Authority & Creed,
the first block around the corner from the Esplanade!

And here's the lineup:

Tuesday-Wednesday
6-8pm Ritual
8-10pm Rain
10-12am Solomoon
12-2am Adam Wiggins
2-4am DiMiTry
4-6am Water
6-8am Nagual
8-10am DJ Borris
10-12pm Barrett
12-2pm Tomas
2-4pm Dj Las'hark [downtempo set]
4-6pm DJ High [downtempo set]

Wednesday-Thursday
6-8pm DJ Fanboy
8-10pm DJ Tom
10-12am Onnomon
12-2am Ghreg on Earth
2-4am ANT-TCP
4-6am sTony
6-8am RyN
8-10am DJ Thump
10-12pm Auracle Resonance
12-2pm Jason Green
2-4pm KJ [downtempo set]
4-6pm Shakatura [downtempo set]

Thursday-Friday
6-8pm Sentient
8-10pm DJKT
10-12am Dutch
12-2am Random
2-4am Wichdokta
4-6am Dylalien
6-8am Quasar
8-10am Deeper in Zen
10-12pm Delysid
12-2pm Atum
2-4pm Ghreg on Earth [downtempo set]
4-6pm TBA (awaiting confirmation) [downtempo set]

Friday-Saturday
6-8pm Noah
8-10pm Kepi
10-12am Cyril
12-2am Chromatone
2-4am Amanda
4-6am Malaclypse
6-8am Yohimbe
8-10am KJ
10-12pm Kode IV
12-2pm Spook
2-4pm Rob Rayle [downtempo set]
4-6pm Eve [downtempo set]

Saturday-Sunday
12-3am Ocelot
3-6am Penta
6-9am Mr. Peculiar
9-11am Dennis
11-1pm Manifest
1-3pm Mind Warped
3-7pm TBA

Of course, this is subject to change. And, we have backup DJS:
Nasrudin
Yohei
Psylens
Rikki
Conan
Demi
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Posted : Aug 29, 2003 01:03
any news from BM?
how is it there???!!!           www.vertigo-records.com
***POOJA GROUP***
sage2012
IsraTrance Junior Member

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Posted : Aug 30, 2003 00:46
i would not expect to hear any news of the event until the end of the weekend. BRC is out in the middle of nowhere, where you can't get cellphone reception, let alone net access.. i am sure that there will be plenty of news once people start arriving home from nevada!!

in the meantime though, i thought that this was funny..

http://www.theonion.com/current_top_story.html

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No One Makes It To The Burning Man Festival

GERLACH, NV—The Burning Man festival, a prominent artistic and countercultural event that draws tens of thousands of people to the Nevada desert annually, is in danger of cancellation this week because "no one had their shit together enough to even make it," organizers said Tuesday.


Above: The empty Burning Man festival grounds.
"Jesus Christ, this is pathetic," said event coordinator Ethan Moon as he angrily gestured toward the empty Black Rock Desert basin expanse, known as the playa. "We've been promoting this thing all year. You can't start panhandling quarters for gas the week before the festival and expect to make it here in time, man."

Moon listed some of the most common no-show excuses, among them oversleeping, forgetting to request time off work, faulty van-borrowing arrangements, a shortage of ochre body-paint, and the last-minute realization that transportation to the Burning Man festival requires money.

"As of a few weeks ago, or even a few days ago, there were 30,000 people who honestly planned on coming," Moon said. "In every case, however, there were, well, you know—shit happened."

Although Burning Man festivals have had no-shows in the past, Moon said he's never witnessed absenteeism on this level.

"You have to figure out a way to get here, stock up on water and extra clothing for the cold nights, and make sure you have adequate shelter," Moon said. "Apparently, the advance planning it takes to arrange those three basic things was more than anyone could handle. Sorry to be on this uptight trip, but check out the playa. Not a single nude dude in a homemade papier-mâché tribal mask as far as the eye can see."

Although Burning Man is billed on its web site as a "temporary community dedicated to radical self-expression and radical self-reliance," it became evident that the no-shows were more capable of the former than they were of the latter.

Los Angeles silkscreen artist Goldi Trewartha was among the tens of thousands of Burning Man devotees who stayed home this year.

"Yeah, I was supposed to go with Ari and Shel, but they couldn't score [Ecstasy] in time for the trip, and I forgot my bartering beads at my friend Marnie's place in Los Feliz," Trewartha said. "Oh, and I forgot to get a dog sitter."

Added Trewartha: "Shel made this great suit out of old stuffed-monkey pelts and duct tape, and he was going to hop up and down on this old trampoline he found. But his ex, Nikki, made him babysit [their daughter] Gaia while she headed out to Big Sur for a few days. I love Nikki, but sometimes she can be real flaky."

Chaz Bullard, a University of Vermont undergraduate and veteran mud person, had multiple excuses for his failure to attend the Burning Man festival.

"I totally spaced that August is 8, and I wrote down 9 in my sketchbook," Bullard said. "Oh, and I got evicted. Yeah, fuckin' Dyl up and ditches me, right, and I'm stuck owing $700, because he wasn't on the lease."

Bullard added that he contracted hepatitis from his ex-roommate's tacos.


Above: Boulder resident Paul Sandley, who was halfway to Burning Man when his truck "totally konked."
Moon said he has received apologetic phone calls from a squadron of recumbent bicyclists lost somewhere in southern Nebraska, a Kentucky artist whose pet python was too carsick to continue the journey, and a group of Germans who uncovered a fatal structural flaw in their "Freak Harnesses" art installation at the last minute.

Hippies were not the only counterculture group to miss the Burning Man festival. Portland-area Linux user and self-described cyber-conceptualist "Free" Lance Kaegle explained his absence in an instant message from his studio.

"I was organizing this boss techno-art project called 'Off The Grid,'" Kaegle wrote. "We were going to set up computer terminals in various parts of the playa and have people use them. Then we'd feed the binary data from those terminals into this fractals program that [Silver Lake, CA software designer] Ricky [Thomas-Slater] wrote. Those fractals would be sent, on the fly, to a group of exiled Buddhist monks I befriended online. The monks would transform the fractals into a temporal sand painting, the making of which we would webcast live to everyone on the playa."

Added Kaegle: "But I had to stop working on the monk thing to finish up this Pam's Country Crafts web site I'm working on. I really need the money."

While most absences were accidental, a few were not. Doug "Crazyroot" Pycroft, a former smoothie-stand employee, has a history of missing countercultural events.

"I thought about going, but then I decided I don't need some dudes pushing their rules down my throat," Pycroft said. "That's the problem with these things. If they're so nonconformist, how come you gotta obey some fascist wearing a lanyard just to use the Port-A-John? Same reason I refused to go to [The Church Of The Subgenius'] X-Day back in '98. Hell, I ditched the very first Lollapalooza one hour in."

As a cloud of sand whipped across the desolate playa, Moon could only shake his head. Although the weeklong festival traditionally culminates in the igniting of the Burning Man, a 50-foot-tall wooden structure strapped with fireworks and other incendiaries, Moon wondered aloud whether he and the handful of other staffers should even bother.

"I guess we could burn what we've built, but it would just feel anticlimactic with no one around to watch," Moon said. "You gotta look at the bigger picture here, folks. You shouldn't think of Burning Man as a burden. Burning Man is about being part of a community. Unfortunately, it's a community of people who can't get up before 1 p.m."

          michael
www.atlantapsytrance.net
http://touchsamadhi.com/artists/michael-curran
http://soundcloud.com/sage2012
http://mixcloud.com/sage2012/
dopey576
IsraTrance Junior Member

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Posted : Aug 30, 2003 05:02
i just got back from BRC. unfortunately i had to leave early cause my flight out of SF is on Sunday morning.
my first BM experience WOW! although i went there to trance dance my way through the five days i realised how much more BM is. The ISP is still not completely set up (sound started wednesday night, i was there today - friday morning) although the organisers are despereately trying to get it done asap. have to to give them credit as they have put up an ambitious project and have been working hard at it. unfortunately there are many other LOUD parties going on alongside the ISP ie drum and bass and club music camps (which obviously are more popular). This is very frustrating because when one listens to psy-trance you can't have other shit goin on in the background! although this is nobodies fault it was dissappointing. the organisers were quick to hook up a whole new bunch of speaker so the volume war began.
Thank you ISP for introducing me to the burning man. I wish i could be there all this weekend to share the beautiful vibes but i have had to cut my trip short. Mr Peculiar is gonna ROCK!           ToO mUcH pReSsUrE oN tHe BrAiN
alienfreaksho:)
IsraTrance Junior Member

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Posted : Aug 30, 2003 23:16
wow!~ we planned it for so many months not sure what happened..due to an injury and other factors i couldnt make it...sending good vibrations to all!~ also we got a very large sound system not sure why this would be a problem...

big peace!~           freaks unite!!!!
Borris
IsraTrance Team

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Posted : Sep 2, 2003 11:58
The sound system was about 5KW (I wouldn't call it large)

Organisation wasn't existing (at least from what I have seen)

too much effort was divided between the 2 instalations out there (The merkaba and Swami's instalation) so neither was ready on time.

if u try and do it again make sure you have a person in charge of every point and that that person has enough resourses NOT on the playa but BEFORE.

Still this was a good effort.

I'm writing this as constructive criticism, please take it that way.

and I'm not frustrated about not playing, it happens.

I did get to play my Tech-House set on the best sound system the Playa had to Offer, Sol System, 25KW of full surround sound (4 channel output mixer).

See ya all on the playa next year. and Remeber, Burningman isn't a trance fest, it's way beyond!!!           Kinetic Honda GmbH, Worldwide Supliers of Quality noise.
Progression Sessions of the 3rd Empire!
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