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Posted:So the date for the next Synergy SeOne event is out



 Written by:

The Synergy Project

Friday, 9th of February 2007

SEOne Club London Bridge, Weston Street, SE1London UK





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To see a map of the venue's inside & Non Smoking Areas click here





To read more about the Peaceful Smoking Inititative click here



Please read up on the Venue's Drug Policy here



To check out where to get tickets click here



To find out how to find us click here







The dynamic collective of the Synergy community returns to bring together the many inspired souls of today, to celebrate a better world for tomorrow.



Synergy is a magical indoor festival, combining musicians, Djs, Vjs, performers, and artists from all corners of creativity, joined by various proactive NGO's and charities.



Synergy strives to create an optimistic approach in raising awareness on the many crucial issues affecting our world today. The events gather some of the Uk's leading creative multimedia organizations supported by international NGO's such as Oxfam, Survival, Speak, WWF, Greenpeace, Arc, and Campaign Against Climate Change, to provide just the right mix of open hearted enjoyment and meaningful reflection for a new direction.

This new event will host an incredibly varied mix of different elements:



In the Grey Room...



The Little Green Planet

Presents: Dream World



The little green planet crew have gained their reputation through legendary outdoor parties in magical locations throughout the Uk. This will be the first of two indoor events planed for this year bringing together a storming mix of uplifting Psychedelic Trance artists and a full immersive psychedelic vibe!



Featuring:



Allaby

***LIVE***

(Nano records)

Funky & Melodic blend of Psychedelic and Progressive Trance

www.myspace.com/allaby



Fromem-Ory

***LIVE***

(Liquid records)

Forest-born organic textures with energetic sonic grooves, a delicate balance of clean chilled sounds and cheeky dynamic synths.

www.myspace.com/fromemory



DJs



Hopi (Dragonfly records)



Leila (Dragonfly records)



Jeremy (Liquid records/LGP)



G-Nome (Org Kaos/LGP)



Liquid Djems (Liquid records)



Liquid Elf (Liquid records/LGP)



Deocor: Liquid drops + friends www.liquid-drops.co.uk

Visuals: Inside-Us-All www.inside-us-all.com



www.thelittlegreenplanet.net

www.liquid-records.com



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In the Blue Room



Glitch-Out



Striving to constantly evolve and explore new horizons, Synergy introduces a new alternative style of chill-out, venturing into contemporary realms of fresh and experimental forms of electronic music. The room will be hosted by a collaboration between IDSpiral and Pixel Addicts, supported by Boltfish Recordings to present a cutting edge multi media environment that will take you on a journey through an eclectic mix of IDM, Glitch and Melodic Abstract Electronica



Featuring:



Ochre

***LIVE***

(Toytronic / Benbecula)

Glitchy Orchestral-influenced Melodic Electronica / IDM

www.myspace.com/ochre



Vector Lovers

***LIVE***

(Soma / Iwari)

Electro-influenced Dreamy Electronic Lullabies

www.myspace.com/vectorlovers



Polestar

***LIVE***

(Boltfish Rec. / en:peg Digital)

Complex IDM Beat Patterns Immersed in Atmospheric Synth Tones

www.myspace.com/polestarmusic



Zainetica

***LIVE***

(Rednetic Recordings)

Abstract / Glitchy Emotive Electronica

www.myspace.com/zainetica



Infinite Scale

***LIVE***

(Toytronic / Boltfish Rec.)

Atmospheric Electro / IDM

www.myspace.com/ecoscale



Cheju

***LIVE***

(Boltfish Rec. / Static Caravan)

Warm Experimental Melodic Electronica

www.myspace.com/cheju



Mint

***LIVE***

(Boltfish Recordings)

Cinematic Glitched-Out Electronica

www.myspace.com/boltfish



Giani

(Native State Records / IDSpiral)

Post Rock Meets Minimal Glitch DJ Set

www.nativestaterecords.com



Deco: IDSpiral / Pixel Addicts

Visuals: Pixel Addicts / Bubble Vision



www.idspiral.org

www.boltfish.co.uk

www.bubblevision.co.uk

www.thepixeladdicts.com



***

In the Cream Room



Silk Road Arts



We live in an age when unprecedented contact between peoples seems to throw up more borders and suspicion



The legendary Silk Road is an example of age-long exchanges between peoples Jew, Muslim, Christian, Buddhist from Moorish Spain to Arab peninsula, across Central Asia to China. In their trade they left traces in each other's dance, song, poetry, beliefs.



SILK ROAD ARTS is an initiative to foster greater harmony by offering events, workshops, and artists inspired by the Silk Road.

One of the areas of our mission is to re-introduce Muslim and non-Muslim to a spiritually tolerant expression of Islam and wider view of its arts.



Showcasing brilliant, indigenously trained artists and groups, SILK ROAD ARTS brings an ancient power to move and illuminate our rootless three-minute culture.



We are pleased to host the room with Kazum! Organizers of OrientExpress live music and club nights with a focus on Turkish and Balkan music.



Featuring:



Hurriyya (Live & Workshop)

23:00-00:00

Hurriyya (freedom') is a dabka' dance troupe performing Palestinian and Middle-eastern community dances. After a shortened performance Alia Alzougbi will lead a workshop ideally suited to the Synergy gathering. The dabka' dance is a line step-dance often danced at weddings by men and women, young and old alike, from the Arab world to Turkey and Greece, generating great community togetherness. No experience necessary!



Michael Ormiston (Live)

A performance of Mongolian music using throat singing, morin khuur (horse head fiddle), and Tobshuur (plucked lute). Michael Ormiston specializes in Mongolian Khmii (overtone) singing, being one of the few Westerners to study with masters in Mongolia and given permission to sing Khmii.

www.soundtransformations.btinternet.co.uk



Taraweeh (Live)

Taraweeh' means refreshment of the soul'. Led by master ney-player Louai Alhenawi , this five-piece ensemble offers a rare chance to hear passionate Sufi music from the Arab tradition.



DJ Seb and DJ Moody from OrientExpress (new, urban and chilled beats from Turkey, the Balkans and beyond)



Short, sweet interludes of Persian mysticism read by Saghar Forouhi

Kazum! caf with Turkish tea, baklavas, halva, falafels



Visual design by Lightning Rod from Bubblevision and Silk Road Arts



www.caravansary.org

www.kazum.co.uk



Also featuring Wendalena LIVE portrait drawing class



***



In the Red Room



United Tribes of Dance



After Spirit Dance' at Sunrise 2006 comes: At The Speed of Love'



A Sacred Dance space where the Tribes of Dance come together as One, in Truth, dedicated to personal and planetary transformation. Now!



United Tribe of Dance is a conscious and intentional dance space of the highest quality, dedicated to personal and planetary transformation, and to creating and sharing a sense of the sacred. At its core is the creation of a friendly, open and heart-centred vibe through the alchemical synthesis of the intention, music, lights, dcor and people.



Featuring:



10.00-11.30pm: Groundswell to Stargate

Guided visually-enhanced dance journey through the genres into the experience of divinity and back. A taste of what is to come



Sean Holland (Live) - Funky Tribal Progressive

(Fiftypointfour Records)



DJ U.M.B. - Arabic House

(Shisha Sound Systems)



DJ Arjuna - Uplifting and Tribal Trance

(United Tribes of Dance)



Zetan Spore (Live) Cornish Tribal Psy-Trance



The Bee (Kimberley) Deep House Love-Grooves



Fully immersive UV environment

Energetically-cleansed, crystal-enhanced space

Earth altar, Oxygen

Info on 9/11 Truth Movement



Freedom, love, treats and the friendliest vibe



www.rave-theawakening.com

www.visualbliss.co.uk



***



In the Deep Blue Room



Small World Stage

Acoustic Session



A musical treat deep from the heart of the venue.

A top draw line up of intense, beautiful and inspiring artists

from the UK's Alternative Folk and Underground Acoustic scene.



Featuring:



Hush The Many (Live)

Radiohead take a trip in the woods

from truly mesmerising to utterly intense

www.myspace.com/hushthemany



Pinknruby (Live)

Hauntingly beautiful. If Enya came from

Transylvania she would make music like this

www.myspace.com/pinknruby



Jamie Woon (Live)

Deservedly creating a gentle storm wherever he plays

Looped guitar and vocals like champagne and chocolate

www.myspace.com/jamiewoon



Corneilius (Live)

Beautiful songs of community and action.

Addressing the issues we face to change our world

www.corneilius.net



Edwin's Encyclopaedia (Live)

A veritable cornucopia of weirdness. The strangest

instruments accompanying Edwin's harmonic vocals.



Twomanting (Live)

Afro-Jazz Dance. Bouncing guitar, rolling African

percussion, loops and lilting harmonies.



All woven together by Dj Pony



www.smallworldsolarstage.org



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Talks/Presentations



A series of presentations hosted by Jeff (GoodJeff) Laster will be held in the Small World area (deep blue room) from 10:00 to 12:30



'40th Anniversary Summer of Love'



In Honour of the 40th Anniversary Year of the World Changing 'Summer of Love' as well as the San Fransisco 'Human Be-In', Synergy Presents:





Night of the Counterculture, Past, Present, and Future'



The Past:

Sue Hall has been involved in the English Counterculture since the sixties. She will present a series of historical photos from the Sixties Counterculture and talk about the influences that led up to it. Sue will tell us what it was like to be at the legendary Alternative Sixties club UFO as well as the legendary sixties 'happening', the 14 hour Technicolour Dream She will then be happy to take questions from the audience. Sue recently gave a well-received talk on LSD in Basel at the 100th birthday of LSD inventor Albert Hoffmann.



Lee Harris , familiar to many as the owner of Britain's legendary 'headshop' on Portobello Road, Alchemy , described himself as a 'footsoldier of the underground'. He will share his vast knowledge of the Sixties Counterculture with us by recounting in his inimitable fashion various scenes and tales from that time. LEE, now an 'Angel Headed hip hop artist' is still very active in the Counterculture and in Jimmy Hendrix's words is 'keeping the freak flag flying high'.



Greg Sams is acknowledged as a true 'Icon' of the Counterculture. He has been described as the most interesting person in London. Author of 'UnCommon Sense: The State is Out of Date' and more recently 'Perhaps-Stuff is Smarter than we Think', Greg also founded Ceres Macrobiotic Food Shop, Harmony(Whole Earth) Foods, SEED Macrobiotic Restaurant, Strange Attraction, (a shop dedicated to Chaos Theory), invented the Vegeburger, has been a prominent Street Reclaiming activist, is a dedicated raver and is simply a great inspiration to people of all ages in the Counterculture.



The Present:

The Rainbow Family the biggest community of Alternative people in the world (anyone can join) and the amazing Rainbow Gatherings have gathered people from the Counter culture together since 1972. Su and several other Family members will recount the history of the Gatherings and talk about the philosophy behind them, taking questions from the audience as well.



The Future:

Megatripolis @ Forever: first chapter in a series of sci-fi club radio plays by the legendary Counterculture impresario, Fraser Clark. inventor of Megatripolis (at Heaven) and The Warp Experience (SE1). Enter here (at your own risk) for the great time travel experiment. Starring: Kate Alderton, Funmi Olowe, Leigh Kelly, Mitch Davies,Luci Boccino, Camden Macdonald. Directed by Camden Macdonald.



Host: Jeff (GoodJeff) Laster has been an Alternative Culture activist from the Sixties to the present, both in both in America and Britain. He specialises in creating talks and debates on issues of interest to the Counterculture and Rave Generation. His passion for the Neil Oram's 23 hour theatrical CounterCulture opus The Warp led him to bring it to bring it to Fraser Clark's club The Warp Experience (SE1) in 1999.



***



Synergy inclusive to Smokers and Non-Smokers alike

As most of you will know Synergy is one of the pioneering clubs that supports the peaceful (and healthy) coexistence of smokers and non-smokers alike. To this effect we are designating large areas that are clearly marked as non smoking. We have received much support for this attempt thank you to all who help us achieve this not always easy goal.



Glow toy performances throughout the venue by the Jedi Jugglers www.jedijugglers.co.uk



***

Friday 9th of February 2007

Starting at 10pm and finishing at 8am



The venue is the SeOne Club, Weston Street, London Bridge



Advanced tickets are available for 15 plus booking fee from our website or for 20 on the door, 15 concessions are only available on the door with valid proof



Please bring ID if you look like you might still be in your teens

Please also do not buy from ticket touts!



Online tickets are available via the online shop @

www.thesynergyproject.org or also www.accessallareas.org

Order over the phone from +44 (0)20 7267 8320



Physical Tickets from:

Access All Areas - 2nd Floor, 30c Camden Lock Place, London NW1 8AF 0207 267 832

Psychedelic Dream Temple Camden Lock

& the Synergy Centre 220 Farmer's Road Camberwell SE5 0TE

Tel 0207 7931083



for questions please email info@thesynergyproject.org



Or if you just want to become a friend of Synergy, join us at

www.myspace.com/thesynergyproject

We are happy to meet you! =)



Next Confirmed Events: 2007

Friday 30 th March / Friday 11 th May







So who wants to go, and does anyone know how I can officially get in as a performer smile

EDITED_BY: Yakumo (1169081936)


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Posted:You should be fine for Friday! Eat something with Chilli in it! Or Ginger! You HAVE to be there! frown

Here's something to warm you up hug I've had the cold so I'll be fine!


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Posted:when I've been able to swallow I've been eating real ginger cookies. Spudz with horseradish for dinner smile

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Posted:Well. Now we know the answer to THAT question biggrin

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Posted:IM GONNA BE THERE!!!! nat....i dont know where you live lol but i'll be in london around 7:00 smile i'll PM you my number smile

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Posted:I am going to be there, I'm amazingly better than I was 24 hours ago (which was horrendous!) further north being snowed in , and other ailments, has made for a certain shortage of glow toys, so if anyone has any spares (bit late I know)...


/me literally runs for the bus.


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Posted:sooooooooo what happened to Yooooouu MR STRUGZ !! nana

did ...some other thread perhaps bear fruit??


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Posted:What a lovely lovely evening that was. It was ace to see all you HoP people again, especially Sym's beard, which is perhaps the best friend you can have.

Highlights include the escalator gaining some exposure as the dance move of the future, seeing various people spin having not really seen any new stuff in months, sleeping in the glitch room and waking up to see someone taking photos of me, the music in the glitch room, and Sym's beard.

I want to see pictures!


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Posted:well Sym's beard always brings joy to all who are in it's presence!! Glad to hear it was a good night!! hug

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Posted: Written by: simian


munky=there smile



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Posted:doh, failed to meet puresock (that I know of)

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Posted:i had an awesome night, met lots of new peoplei hadnt met befor, and saw some old (beautiful) faces!! miss you all and loveyou all too

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Posted:bah....

i bet it was rubbish wink

sorry guys...... i had my reasons, on the plus side i got lot of play stuff done smile

Glad you all had a banging time biggrin


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Posted: Written by: Yakumo


doh, failed to meet puresock (that I know of)



Bah! I look much like I do in my gallery, if that helps. I spent a lot of time running around. I don't think I met you. Sorry!


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Posted:Was good to meet you Puresock. If I had already met you in person before (which, by your eagerness to say 'hi', is very likely), sorry but I AM a sto...HOPper... tongue



Aye it was indeed a great one, the night went soooo fast! Didn't know where the 7 hours we were there went! Pity we had to leave so early frown But it was good to see more familiar faces joining the Synergy coningent! biggrin



Managed to get Sambo Flux addicted to doubles biggrin devil


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Posted: Written by: Puresock


Highlights include ... Sym's beard.



ubblove awww biggrin

The beard says it was cool to see you again too smile

Also, having 'beard sex' with 2bags was...as experience...

Thanks so much to everyone who made it a really cool birthday weekend and even more thanks to Nat and Tommy for being great hosts and cooking for us. And even more for Tommy teaching me mills mess biggrin

Yakumo, good to meet you! Thanks for breaking my back and, erm, playing with me...

yay! biggrin hug


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Posted:frown i couldn't make it to synergy, but a few of my mates went ans so did the amazing "wishing tree"


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i'm happy to say they will be at eastern haze in the summer biggrin


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Managed to get Sambo Flux addicted to doubles biggrin devil



Aye, it's true. And I vowed I'd never turn to the darkside. Oh well. rolleyes

That was an excellent night. Twas good to see some old and new faces (and Sym's beard), and had me a damn good spin too. Here's to the next one then!
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Posted:Did you guys get a chance to see Jamie Woon?
Saw him on new years eve and was absoloutly blown away!


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Posted:smile was indeed a great night (except conor blacking out on me...)

Although i reckon i spent far too much time in ID Spiral drinking Chai (as seems to be the trend when I see ID Spiral area...)

But did dance some, and had a good spin when there was space early on.

Was fantastic seeing so many friendly faces I hadnt seen in ages (Touch Tony(!), Dom(!), Puresock, Kev, Sym....and more) even if they were briefly!

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Posted:Wicked night... good to see everyone from Bristol and elsewhere as well as the unusual suspects! Excellent spinning, juggling, music and company...

I got pretty tired towards the end, probably cos I had to carry the resident toast beached whale back to the car after too many strongbow... wink kiss

Hope everone got home ok and had as much fun as I did! grouphug


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Posted:Not sure how, but I think I managed to miss most people! The only person I remember speaking to who I didn't know already was Yakumo. Must try harder to get over my crippling shyness in groups of people who all know each other!

but apart from that I did have a really good night spinning and dancing and didn't wake up til 3.30 Saturday afternoon biggrin


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Posted:You still woke up earlier than most of the people staying at Tommy & Nat's (Namely Nat & Tommy themselves! ubblol)

From what I gathered most people were too tired/mashed to talk anyway (I'll not mention Garthy who probably fell asleep in the middle of a sea of hippies looking liek they were having a sitdown protest)so you were in good company! smile

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You still woke up earlier than most of the people staying at Tommy & Nat's (Namely Nat & Tommy themselves! ubblol)




To be fair though, Tommy did go to work on Friday, go to his sisters party before going to synergy, then left at about 6 and went BACK to work for a few hours before going to sleep...that's hardcore...I still wouldn't be awake!


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Posted:Yes but Nat and a few others had no excuse! tongue

If only this was on every week (overkill notwithstanding)


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From what I gathered most people were too tired/mashed to talk anyway (I'll not mention Garthy who probably fell asleep in the middle of a sea of hippies looking liek they were having a sitdown protest)so you were in good company! smile




There is that! I was having a hard time concentrating on what people were saying to me anyway and wasn't being very constructive in my replies so probably just as well I didn't talk to loads of people! ubblol

Does anyone know if Kev got his blue ropelight poi back?


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Posted:so... when's the april one?

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Posted:next is march 30th, dunno about april.

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Posted:I was there too with many toys and such. I had a really good night, I knew so many people there many who I haven't seen in years.

I was a bit hyperactive as usual so didn't talk to many people. It was particularly nice having the Bristol set down, as I don't see them much anymore (having left Bristol a while back).


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Posted: Written by: Neon_Shaolin


Yes but Nat and a few others had no excuse! tongue




OI YOU!! eek Bloomin' cheek! I spend the whole weekend in the kitchen making everyone food and this is the thanks I get! Honestly, someone deserves a good spanking... bend over Dave... biggrin biggrin biggrin biggrin biggrin biggrin

Synergy was awesome! I think it's the best one I've ever been to! Yay! It was so amazing to see so many lovely familiar faces smile hug hug

Roll on March 30th...


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Posted:That was AFTER you woke up at 5pm! tongue tongue tongue tongue tongue



Thank you for cooking for us and putting us up/putting up with us... hug hug hug



We'll have to do it again soon... wink This time we might even stay till the end! (have a nap before you go out!)



Did you get the new Balls Poster?



spank lower please...


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