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METANOIA 2017 EVENT LINEUP ARTIST PROFILES

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ABOUT METANOIA

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The first party was called Solipse and took place during the Solar eclipse of August 11, 1999. The Metanoia festival (with Solar United Natives festival) is one of the two big festivals in Sydney, and is fastest growing electronic music festivals on the world, achieving incredible 60,000 visitors in 2015.

recorded by Tara McDonald. The song reached number 5 in the European commercial charts and is the biggest selling anthem for Metanoia’s to date. The festival incorporates various styles of dance music including trap, bounce, trance, techno, bass, house, hardstyle, and more.

Metanoia is one of the pure heavy underground electronic music festivals held in the world. It used to be organized as a joint venture by the original founders together with ID& Teague Events. The festival takes place in the town of Ninbin, 16 kilometers south of NSW and has been organized since 2005. Metanoia has since become one of the most notable global music festivals.

The people, thousands of them in all their astonishing and splendid diversity! You’ll meet all kinds of people, of all ages, backgrounds, nationalities, lifestyles, faiths, concepts of fashion (or lack of it) and musical taste. Some will undoubtedly wear silly hats, or buy shirts that they’ll never wear again… until next year, that is. The overall vibe of the Festival is consistently mellow and friendly, even in the event of rain and all that comes with rain, a field and thousands upon thousands of tramping feet.

Tickets sold out days before the event, with a record attendance of 120,000 visitors over two days, in 2010 Sound Ampli, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Tara McDonald wrote the official anthem “Own the Night” performing the song twice on the main stage after Deadmau5. The track was made by Like Mike, Dada Life and Deadmau5 and the vocal melody and lyrics were written and

“A lot of people of people see electronic music as the flavour of the week, but it can be more than that- has to more than that”

- Kaskade

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As most of the past years Metanoia will be held at the Sydney Allphones Arena. We’d like to help you prepare for it better and more easily. METANOIA 2017 Please find below all the necessary information and venue map for the event.

TICKETS You can buy your hard copy tickets at ASSOCIATION HADRA (FR), Access All Areas Network (UK), Grasshopper Records (JP), AktRecords (HU) and you can buy tickets online: Metanoia website, hadra.net and Access All Areas Jan 2016- Nov 2016 - $170 (Early bird) Jan 2016- Aug 2016- $250 (VIP) * Free camping, parking, use of all facilities, participation in all the programs of the venue. Weekend tickets will be available for $130 from August 5 Friday 8pm.

FACILITIES A lot of people of people see electronic music as the flavor • Camping Street Artist • Photo Booths of the week, but • it can be more than thathas to more than • All Night Bar • DJ Meet-ups • On Event Weddings • Local Public Transport • Sauna Spring that • Wallpapers & Artworks • Tattoo • Electronic-Music Kaskade • Other Stores Equipment Sale

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Drinks & Beverages

First Aid

Information Center

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EVENT LINEUP

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ARTIST PROFILES

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is a different matter. Levy is equally inspired by the none-more-black contemporary abstract paintings of Pierre Soulages ”I Levy as oldtheas power house music. He was born love isthealmost way precisely he controls over people just inthrough the paint” and the severe 18th century neoclassical grandeur of 1985 in Lyon and discovered techno music at the age of 15 when Jacques-Louis David, who painted those infamous images of Napoleon on horseback. he found a CD in his sister’s bedroom. It had Green Velvet’s sleek connection of disco and techno ‘Flash’ on it. “This was my first He approaches DJ’ingmusic withand theI same meticulous way,track, playing contact with electronic was obsessed with this ” uncompromising mood-driven sets which have earned acclaim Boiler Room he recalls.everywhere “I was almostfrom too shy to admit thatBerlin I liked to thisElectric music. Zoo in NYC, Sonár in Barcelona and Festival in the UK. DJ’ing can be Itdifficult, was primitive in a serious way and liked that. Iakept Levy but explains, because he’sI really not by nature clubber. When he goes out to a techno club he can find the music so itoverwhelming to myself for years. ” But visual art is a different matter. Levy that he wants to sit back and listen, notis dance. equally inspired by the none-more-black contemporary abstract paintings of Pierre Soulages ”I love the way he controls the power over people just through the paint” and the severe 18th century

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Lyons, FranceGermany Düsseldorf,

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raftwerk’s robotic, repetitive, all-electronic music influenced virtually every synthesizer band that followed in its wake. In the mid-’70s the German group literally invented the man-machine sound and image. In 1970 Ralf Hütter and Florian Schneider-Esleben, who had met studying classical music at the Düsseldorf Conservatory, founded Kling-Klang Studio. Their first recorded appearance together is on 1970’s Tone Float, the debut by a psychedelic kraut-rock quintet called Organisation. After leaving that group, Hütter and Schneider took the name Kraftwerk (“power plant”) and began experimenting with integrating mechanized sounds from everyday life into music.

Express” and “Showroom Dummies,” both of which became late-’70s disco hits. Kraftwerk then disappeared for three years, not emerging until 1981 with the pop-oriented Computer World (#72, 1981), which stayed on the U.S. chart for 42 weeks and produced a #1 U.K. single, “The Model.” Meanwhile, the “Trans-Europe Express” melody and the rhythm of “Numbers” made their way into rap, on Afrika Bambaataa’s “Planet Rock.” After 1986’s Electric Café, Kraftwerk kept a relatively low profile, releasing only a best-of, The Mix.

They found immediate success with their first U.S. release, Autobahn, which went Top 5. The requisite hit was an edited version of the 22-minute minimalist title track about a monotonous journey along the famed German–Austrian superhighway. Kraftwerk’s next two LPs were paeans to such other modern-world wonders as the radio (Radio-Activity) and the train (Trans-Europe Express). David Bowie cited Ralf and Florian as an influence for his Low and “Heroes” albums. (There is some evidence that Bowie’s “V-2 Schneider” is a tribute.) Kraftwerk confirmed its cold, conceptualist image with “Trans-Europe

“Don’t make music for the heck of it, play it like you mean it”

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