IAMINDUST EXPERIFEST 2011

All evenings
Doors 8:00, show 8:30 pm
$6 - $12 sliding scale
 

 

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10

NIGHT AT NOON (Houston)
KWISP (S.F)
HEADBOGGLE (S.F.)
RUBBER-O-CEMENT (S.F.)
NERFBAU (S.F.)
SHRAPNIHIL (New Orleans)

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11

CHROME (San Francisco)
JAMES GOODE (S.F.)
DARK MUSE (S.F.)
SCI-HI (S.F.)
URE THRALL - DEATH OF THE WEST (S.F.)
FUTURE BLONDES (Houston)

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12

NOIZEPSALM (Camino)
NUX VOMICA (Redwood Shores)

CLOUD SHEPHERDS (Oakland)
DEGLET NOOR FAKRIS (LA)
INSTAGON (Sacramento)
NIHIL COMMUNICATIONS (Oakland)
THOMAS DIMUZIO (S.F.)
ILLUSION OF SAFETY (Chicago)
CURSED CHIMERA (Culver City)

 

The Lab is pleased to host the International Ambient & Industrial Music Festival. IAMINDUST is an annual international music festival focusing primarily on some of the best Dark ambient and industrial acts from around the world, and returns this year with a line-up of musicians from across the country. It also is meant to provoke the attending artists to go beyond their usual comfort zones in the realm of performance, by utilizing the octophonic sound system providied for this occasion, and also by embarking upon unique live impromptu collaborations with some of the other attending artists in an effort to create wholly new and unpredictable results.This will be the first festival ever held using an octophonic sound system, which is being created especially for this event with the kind help of local artist James Goode. All the attending artists will be invited to create an octophonic landscape for this performance, to be utilized in tandem with the sets they will perform.

 

This Annual International Ambient Industrial Music Festival was conceived in October of 2007 by Ure Thrall (recording artist and operator of Diskorporeality Recordings) and Mr. Hate (Host of KPFA 94.1 Berkeley's long running experimental music program THE NO OTHER RADIO NETWORK).

More information on IAMINDUST can be found here:

http://www.iamindust.com/

http://www.facebook.com/iamindust.musicfest