The Synergy Project
Friday, 18th April 2008
Starting at 10pm and finishing at 8am
SEOne Club London Bridge, Weston Street, SE1 London UK
Synergy is a magical indoor festival, combining musicians, DJs, VJs, performers, and artists from all corners of creativity, joined by various proactive NGOs and charities with the expressed aim to make a difference.
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 joined by international NGOs such as Oxfam, Survival, Speak, Ecoshelter, Greenpeace, Campaign Against Climate Change and many more.
Throughout the venue you will also find : charity stands, workshops, talks/debates, healing areas, organic cafes, and the friendliest vibe in London!
Events4Change is social enterprise born out of an alliance between various forward thinking organizations with expertise ranging across all aspects of sustainable / educational events production and promotion, arts and artists management, sustainable energy, technology, and development, fundraising and networking within the charity and not-for-profit sector. At this next event they join forces with the Nu-School Hippies collective bringing to the Synergy dance floor some of the most cutting edge Producers n’ Djs of the UK and US west coast electronic music scenes, exploring a wide range of sounds crossing over Nu-Breaks/Psy-Breaks/Electro/TechFunk/Dubstep and more…
Dubstep-breakstep-techno-hybrid sounds from the US West Coast.
(Cyberfunk, Studio Rockers)
Holographic bassforms / broken beats
TechFunk / Breaks
(Dead Famous Records)
TechFunk / Breaks
Far Too Loud
Psychedelic Breaks / TechFunk
(Funkatech / Nu-School Hippies)
RND (aka Random) (JAPAN / UK)
Electro-Dub Live Trio feat. Brother Culture – Exclusive Album Launch!
Bass Science (USA / JAPAN)
Dub-Hop / Glitch-Step duo from Japan/Usa
(Native State Records)
Atomick Drop – Exclusive Showcase ::
Upcoming Psy Breaks Project by Liquid Djems feat: Mood Deluxe, Slackbaba, Reality Grid and G-nome.
(Liquid Records / Nu-School Hippies)
Dubstep / Glitch-Hop / IDM
(Blood Tribe / Nu-School Hippies)
Production & Visuals by Inside-Us-All
in the Red room…
Liquid Records & Furthur Project
The first full progressive feast at Synergy will be hosted by two of the UKs finest music and production teams, Liquid and Furthur Project. Both will launch their fresh new progressive sounds of their forthcoming releases, combined with some of the most spectacular video and decor creations from partners Inside-Us-All and Fluffy Mafia… Expect a phat drop of the good stuff and an explosion of musical-youth and vibe.
Cutting edge progressive pumping tunes
Side project of DJ Martin and Liquid Soul – UK Debut
One of theUKs hottest progressive sounds of the moment
(Furthur Project Recordings)
Launching New progressive project on Liquid Records
Hypnotic trance legend from Zurich
Bedouin and Hamish B2B
Dynamic duo resident DJs with Domo and Alchemy unite to take it one step further
(Furthur Project Recordings)
Progressive DJ and dancefloor wizard
(Tribe of Frog)
Danish progressive rising star
in the Cream room…
Small World and Fish Seeks Bicycle present:
Two of the UK’s finest festival shows, together, in one room.
The best festival bands, cheekiest dj’s, cabaret and walkabouts.
Live acts, an eclectic upbeat salad of Swing, Balkan,
Gypsy & World, Funk, Ska, Dub and general leftfield boogaloo.
Interwoven by DJ’s dropping from Breaks, Electro and Trance back to
Funk, Balkan, Latin and Swing with everything fun in-between
Dub Horns Roots Reggae from Zion Train offshoot
Top Draw Party Swing and Jitterbug
East European Gypsy Maestro’s
Can Can Girls
Burlesque High Leg Kicks
Peaceful direct action to save the historic Irish valley from eradication
Fair Trade Cafe, Comfy Sofas, Carpeted Chill-Out areas.
Also Featuring: Wendalena Live Portrait Drawing Classes
in the Blue room…
An enchanting world of relaxing grooves, visuals and positive vibes to inspire and energise. binglybongly was established in 2001 to promote better living through positive, energizing music of many genres.
Electronic wizardry fused with passionate flamenco
Peyoti for President
Euphoric beats mix Ska, Cumbia, Flamenco, Rumba & Samba
(Sordid Soup Records)
Psychedelisymphonic global fusion
DJ Fluffy Lynn – chilled out grooves
Rich Morley – exotic flavoured beatz and grooves
Herbert Newbert – tribal beats & bobs
Pigeonboy & Shageee – pushy, electro house grooves
Health & Safety Pyrate
Sound by Sam Skey
Decor by Eric Fabricate, Irena ID Lite & Ed Art Nation
Visuals by Hyperthesis and Jaime Rory Lucy
At this next event we will inaugurate the birth of the Synergy Inspiration Hall, a space were you will be able to escape from the big sound systems and explore the Healing Area, the Synergy Art Gallery, the Talks & Debates, Theatre / Poetry performances, Sustainability Workshops and late night Acoustic Jam sessions. We hope that in this space you will be able to interact, learn, teach, and inspire, or be inspired by many other Synergy goers to make a difference!
Incredible award-winning folk-hop one man band
Eco-warrior and hip-hop bard
Talks & Debates
11-12pm The Synergy Activist Hour: ‘SOMETHING IS HAPPENING HERE’….
The first part of this hour will focus on the upcoming alternative FESTIVAL season and what will and won’t be happening this year. Featuring Sunbird from WaveForm, Susanna Lafond from the Big Green Gathering, Andy Smith from Festival Eye Magazine and others. The second part of this hour will feature an update on the HEATHROW anti-3rd Runway campaign with activists who have been directly involved in the recent protests. There will also be discussion on the recent Tibet protests. Host: Eddy Crystal.
Midnight-1.30am Debate: 1968: STREET FIGHTING YEAR: Did the 1968 political protests and cultural upheavals have a positive or negative effect on both mainstream society and current political and cultural activists? What are the lessons to be learned? We will commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Grosvenor Square riots and 1968 in general with a panel of 1968 radicals and current activists including Ian Bone, (founder of Class War and author of ‘Bash the Rich’) and Karen Moller (author of ‘Technicolor Dreamin’), Jon Fenton (radical musician of the time), Katrina Forrester (activist in ‘Plane Stupid’), and Chris Mounsey (founder, Libertarian Party). Host: Jeff Laster.
Things we Love – Story Listening and Drawing Workshop – 12-2am
Whale of a Time – Clay modelling of endangered species – 1-3am
Friday 18th of April, 2008
Starting at 10pm and finishing at 8am at the SeOne club, Weston Street, London Bridge.
Limited number of cheaper advanced tickets are available for £15 plus booking fee from our website until Sunday the 13th of April, or for £20 thereafter and on the door, £17 concessions are only available on the door with valid proof.
If you do not have enough money for the ticket please get in touch with us and find out how you can get involved =)
Please bring ID if you look like you still might be in your teens.
Please do not buy from touts – you will not be admitted.
Online tickets are available via the online shop at
https://thesynergyproject.org or www.accessallareas.org
Physical Tickets from:
Access All Areas – 2nd Floor, 30c Camden Lock Place, London NW1 8AF
Inspiral Lounge – 250 Camden High Street, Camden Lock, NW1 8QS
StarTessa – unit 522 Camden stables market (former Psychedelic Dream Temple)
for questions please email email@example.com
Or if you just want to become a friend of Synergy, join us at www.myspace.com/thesynergyproject.
We’ll be happy to meet you!
Next Confirmed Event: Friday 3rd of October 2008
and don’t miss the:
Synergy Warm Up Party @ Inspiral Lounge
Check out this new venue in the heart of Camden. Born out of the fold of the Synergy Project and IDSpiral, this inspirational space offers some of the finest visionary cuisine, raw food treats, super foods and an all organic cocktail bar. Its a space to hang out, bring your kids, work away on your laptop and exc