Event Info – 3 October 2008

Event Flyer 3 October 2008
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Participating NGOs
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Friday, 3rd October 2008
Starting at 10pm and finishing at 8am
SEOne Club London Bridge, Weston Street, SE1 London UK

With another summer has gone by and after many adventures in the fields the we are preparing for another magical season of your favourite indoor festival!

Following a trademark dispute earlier this year with the Camberwell-based Synergy Centre, The Synergy Project has agreed to change its name to Luminopolis (meaning “city of light”). Although often confused due their similar names and shared roots, The Synergy Project and The Synergy Centre have always been separate organisations – our name change simply reflects this and clears up the confusion – The Synergy Project is dead! Long live Luminopolis!!

However rest assured that nothing about the event itself will change and Luminopolis will still be organised by us – the same production crew that ran The Synergy Project. We will continue to gather an ever growing community of creative, and pro-active organizations involving musicians, producers, Djs, Vjs, performers, healers, organizers, activists, intellectuals, and forward thinking individuals, coming together to promote and support the work of NGO’s and charities, and hopefully inspire many to get involved in the ever growing movement for social and environmental regeneration.

in the Main Room…
Furthur Project

A collaboration of new and exciting projects brings you an evening of new-age progressive trance, with a splash of techno from the outer realms. Hosted by Echo System Productions and Furthur Project Recordings, who are combining to bring you an evening of aural entertainment and visual stimulation with some of the finest artists from across Europe.

Echo System Productions & Furthur Project Recordings presents…

Insane Creation (Live)
(Domo/Blue Tunes)
Hypnotic melodic progressive trance

Maelstrom (Live)
Fusion of house, electro and progressive elements.

Ignorant Fairy (Live)
(Furthur Project)
New direction in upbeat techno.

Mix of the finest techno progressive electronica.

(Alchemy/Furthur Project)
Rolling, energetic progressive grooves.

Effortless progressive combining psychedelic effects, melodies and percussion.

Phat and funky bass driven music

Decor: FluffyMafia
Visuals: Extra Dimensional Space Agency


in the Red Room…
Future Music

Future Music events host club nights aimed at promoting some of the most cutting edge sounds present in the contemporary world of Electronic Music. Future Music will bring to Luminopolis producers and Djs from the world of Tech-Funk, Breakbeats, Electro and PsyBreaks all presented in a full immersive cutting edge multimedia environment…


Rogue Element
(Exceptional Records)
Pumping breakbeats from the award winning producer

General Midi
(Distinctive Records)
Heavy beats and bass from the Bristol producer

(Ruff Dog/Brighton Breaks)
Cornwell based Tech-Funker hits the London dancefloor

Atomic Drop
(Liquid Records)
Pimpin’ Psychadelic Breaks


(Native State Records – US)
IDM infused PsyBreaks

Justin Chaos
(Point Red / Indica)
Electro Breakbeat mashup from the Spanish Dj

(X-ing Records)
‘A journey through dubstep: Past, Present and Future’


Deco & Video by Extra Dimensional Space Agency and Inside Solutions


in the Cream Room…
Small World

One of the UK’s finest festival shows.
Returning from a mindblowing Summer Season.
The best festival Bands, cheekiest DJ’s, Cabaret and Walkabouts.

Live Acts, an eclectic upbeat salad of Swing, Balkan, Gypsy & World ,
Funk, Ska and general Boogaloo.
Interwoven by dj’s dropping from Breaks, Electro and Trance back to Balkan,
Latin and Swing with everything fun inbetween.


The Great Apes
Invited to headline Luminopolis after storming at Glastonbury

Planetman and the Internationalz
Afrobeat Reggae and Carnival Party

Psychedelic Gypsy, Funk, and North African 6 piece.

Spearmint Jackson
Upbeat Swing and Jitterbug


Tall Will, Pony, Wanton Eric, and Charlston

Fair Trade Cafe, Comfy Sofas, Carpeted Chill-out areas.



in the Blue Room…

Folktronica events gather artists from sophisticated contemporary forms of music born from the encounter between traditional live instrumentation and computer generated sound manipulation. A harmonious blend of the organic with the synthetic, which has given birth to a new evolution of sound.


(Sending Orbs)
The Netherlands’ finest brings his melodic IDM sound to the UK

Higher Intelligence Agency
(Headphone Records)
Minimal beats and atmospheric frequencies

Digitonal (live)
(Toytronic / Seed / Just Music)
Live cinematic glitchy electronica

Son Ver (live)
(Disconnected / Line Out Records)
Full live experimental ambient quartet

Halogen (live)
(Maternity / Folktronica)
Post-rock IDM textures, celebrating the launch of his first EP


(Native State / Folktronica / Future Music)

(IDSpiral / Blood Tribe / Maternity)

(Fluid Radio)
Downtempo set from the man behind Fluid Radio


Deco & Video by idLite and Inside Solutions


in the Deep Blue Room…
Luminopolis Inspiration Hall

Inspiration Hall presents an inspiring collection of talks, debates, workshops, performances, and art, giving insights to where we have come from, where we are now, and where we are going.

It was 20 years ago today…


Like the ‘First Summer of Love’ which started in Haight-Ashbury and went on to change the world, this important happening spread fast from places like London and Ibiza and likewise changed the world. We invite you to participate as we go back in time to 1988 and see why, where, when and how the ‘Second Summer of Love’ happened and the impact it had on both the Mainstream and the Counterculture.

A panel featuring Counterculture visionary FRASER CLARK (founder of the legendary groundbreaking alternative club ‘Megatripolis’) and KATE ‘MAGIC’ WOOD (author of the much awaited forthcoming book on the history of the ‘Second Summer of Love’: ’88: The Untold History of a Revolution), MARK HELEY (Waveform Festival), MIXMASTER MORRIS (The Irresistible Force) and WAYNE ANTHONY (author of ‘Class of 88’) will help lead the path to the past with a view to understanding the present state of the rave scene and navigating into the future as well. Music and film from the period will feature as well. This event is a don’t miss for all Luminopolitans.

Host: Jeff (‘GoodJeff’) Laster
Co-Host: Susanna La Fond

Talks and Debates

hosted by Alex Lee, Jeff Laster, and Susanna LaFond

20 years ago today – the birth of Rave symposium with Fraser Clarke (Megatripolis), Kate Magic (88:Untold History of a Revolution), Mark Heley (Waveform Festival), Mixmaster Morris (The Irresistible Force) and Wayne Anthony (Class of 88)

Matt MorrisPerformers Without Borders
presenting film of their recent trip teaching street children in India, plus Q&A and short performance
Richard ReynoldsGuerilla Gardening
how to create gardens in unused urban space
Leo Plawvisionary artist
presenting his latest works
OxfamSisters on the Planet
film and Q&A on the impacts climate change is having on communities and particularly women around the world
Open Mic with Brian Viziondanz
come and have your say!

Plus a short tribute to Ken Campbell


Hang Playing Hedge Monkeys – the beautiful and unique sound of the hang drum
Paradox – one-legged existential stand-up beat poetry
Ben Mellor – climate activist poetry sensation
Karine – enchanting contact juggling


Wendalena – live portrait drawing classes (find her in her usual spot in the small world room)
Guerilla Gardening – make a seed bomb
Leo Plaw & Luke Brown – visionary art workshop and LIVE PAINTING demonstration
Things We Love – draw what you love
Soctopi – learn to make recycled sock puppets and masks

with amazing visionary artwork from:
Luke Brownwww.spectraleyes.com
Leo Plaw www.leoplaw.com
Jarah Treewww.jarahtree.com


Friday 3rd of October, 2008

Starting at 10pm and finishing at 8am @ 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 28th of September, 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 get admitted to the club

Online tickets are available via the online shop @
www.luminopolis.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
Inspiral Lounge – 250 Camden High Street, Camden Lock, NW1 8QS
StarTessa – unit 522 Camden stables market (former Psychedelic Dream Temple)
for questions please email info@luminopolis.org

FREE ENTRY with a “Green Card”

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Or if you just want to become a friend of Luminopolis, join us at www.myspace.com/luminopolis
We are happy to meet you!

Next Confirmed Event: Saturday 22nd of November 2008