Humanaut’s ‘Out of Order’ event series reaches six months on May 12th, where we introduce to you a Detroit staple – just in time to toughen you up for this year’s Movement Festival.
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INTERDIMENSIONAL TRANSMISSIONS:
BMG (Ectomorph, IT)
ERIKA (Ectomorph, IT, Erika.net)
http://www.interdimensionaltransmissions.com/
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Launched in Detroit in 1995 by BMG and Erika, the IT team has become known for their signature label that pushes brain-twisting techno, classic electro and experimental music across time and space by way of the Motor City. In recent years, they’ve also developed a following of diehards for their ‘No Way Back’ parties. These intimate, audio/visual assaults on the senses have become one of the annual must-attend afterparties of Detroit’s Movement Festival.

Join us at Out of Order as they bring their sound to Pittsburgh for the first time.
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Opening Set: Aaron Clark (Humanaut, VIA)
- Music starts at 9pm.
- $5 cover starts at 10pm.
- 21+
- Sound hauled in by Impact Audio
- Sponsored by Iron City Beer

FACEBOOK EVENT: http://www.facebook.com/events/252705864828580

April 23, 2012 Events, Lawrenceville, Promos

Paul Fleetwood opening for Pittsburgh Track Authority and Kirk DeGiorgio for Humanaut’s “Out of Order” monthly event series. 2-11-12. Tracklisting N/A

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The fifth installment of your monthly disorderly throwdown is a focus on the otherworldly sounds of Bleepsequence. Founded and managed by Humanaut’s own Revy, the netlabel serves as an oasis in the abyss of digital debris, providing its listeners with unique open minded techno and experimental media at no cost. To celebrate two years and twenty releases of bleepy brain bending fun, we’ve lined up a set from recent blpsq inductee and all around ultrawizard Relative Q, an elusive live pa from Revy himself, and the mind warping beats of Alex Falk.

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ALEX FALK [PILTDOWN SOUND] (Knoxville, TN)
[Proper Trax, Bleepsequence, Woods N Bass]

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Alex’s DJ selections and original productions are as inspired by stark, warehouse oriented techno and industrial music as they are influenced by the psychedelic sounds of full moon gatherings and outdoor festivals. An electronic music adherent and experimenter since childhood, Falk has applied his outer space aesthetic to a variety of projects, organizing regional events and travelling across North America to DJ and perform live. Now collaborating with longtime friend Joel Cox as ‘Piltdown Sound’, their recent crop of hypnotic & loop-driven techno productions have already recieved support from a variety of well known DJ/producers including Norman Nodge, Adam Jay, Seph, Mekas, Deepchild, Truncate, Samuli Kemppi, Dubfire, Pig & Dan, DJ Psycho, Anderson Noise, and Paco Osuna. 2011′s busy release schedule featured digital and 12″ releases on Proper Trax, Landed Productions, Release Musiq, and SubSensory Recordings which precede projects slated for 2012 release on Bleepsequence, Woods N Bass, Herbst Und Musik and Nude Photo Music.

http://conduitpodcast.wordpress.com/2012/01/03/the-conduit-040-piltdown-sound/
http://soundcloud.com/alex-falk
http://soundcloud.com/piltdown-sound

Free Piltdown Sound release on Bleepsequence: http://bleepsequence.com/blpsq009.htm
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w/ REVY (live)
[Humanaut, Bleepsequence]

and RELATIVE Q
[Humanaut, Bleepsequence, Ultrawizardsword]

visuals by CASEY HALLAS
[Rocking Horse Artspace]
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- Four-corner Impact Audio sound rig.
- The bleep drops at 9pm.
- $5 cover starts at 10pm.

www.humanaut.net
www.bleepsequence.com

For month four, we shift gears as Humanaut hands the keys over to one of the most respected music men in Pittsburgh: CUTUPS (AKA Geoff Maddock). Over the years, Geoff has worked tirelessly to bring a huge variety of cutting-edge music through this city. Join us as he highlights some of the best artists from the region in another round of Belvedere’s dance floor punishment.

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FROM CUTUPS:

“When Humanaut crew asked me to plan an instance of their new but already smashing Out of Order night, I jumped at the chance. They always bring a high production value to their shows and have commanded alot of respect among the informed dance music crowd in pittsburgh. It was fun to put together a lineup that would rep my own tastes, but also be a hit at a Humanaut party.

Jason Burns immediately came to mind as somebody I’d like to play this night. He’s one of Cleveland’s originals in the dubstep scene, both as a dj for regular nights and one offs, a producer who’s been getting play all over (“Back 2 You” was one of XLR8Rs top 100 Downloads of 2011), and co-promoter bringing in top acts in the genre for more than a few years. His style leans heavily to the deeper, soulful end of the spectrum, but he doesn’t really limit himself to one style or mood, other than just playing top notch tunes.

Vasculator is a long time fan, electronic hardware geek, and producer of techno and left field electronic music, but has existed mostly on the fringes of pittsburgh’s scene. He’s been a collaborator with the Technoir Audio crew doing live techno, toured doing modular synth work with
industrial act Prometheus Burning, and played blistering original breakcore live sets in Detroit and the west coast. This time he’s doing and all new stripped down techno live set that combines his digital and analog gear.

I was looking for one more guest to round out the night, when I remembered that Jose “Mr. Hamilton” was looking to put together a classic IDM set. You may know him from his live sets as Mr. Hamilton or as part of Ekofield, or his deep house sets at various spots around town, but he’s also a big fan of left field electronic music and will be opening up with a set of 90s/ early 2000′s selections.

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Lineup:

Jason Burns [Savory Audio, Brapdem, Cleveland]
Vasculator [live] [Lightwork, Void]
Cutups [Wrecked, Fuzz, Lazercrunk, Illusions]
Mr. Hamilton [Cosmic Mafia, 90's IDM set]

- Four-corner Impact Audio sound rig.
- The beat drops at 9pm.
- $5 cover starts at 10pm.
- The night ends at 2am.

Drink special:
$2 Iron City Special 10-12
$3 Well drinks all night

www.wrecked-distro.com
www.humanaut.net

Episode 23 of the Humanaut Sustainable Podcast comes to us from one of our favorite locals, Jose Luis. Pittsburgh via San Juan, Puerto Rico. His unique style of house brings the deepest jams and we are proud to have him on board for this latest installment. Keep you eyes peeled for the March version of Out of Order, where Jose will be pulling out his Mr. Hamilton moniker to set the tone of the night with a special 90′s IDM set.

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With the love you’ve shown us the first two months, and with the help of Iron City Beer, we’re pleased to announce that we can bring our headliner Out of Order acts to you for $5, starting with London’s Kirk Degiorgio on February 11th. So drink up and enjoy another low-cost, high-quality night of great music!

Event info is now on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/events/199439420152390/

January 25, 2012 Announcements, Promos

On December 10, 2011, Humanaut launched a monthly series of parties focused on quality dance music from the best local, regional and international talent.

For month 3, Humanaut reaches over the Atlantic ocean to bring one of the most influential artists to us as a crew to Pittsburgh for the very first time. This is the first headliner event for Out of Order and a very special one for us:

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KIRK DEGIORGIO (UK)
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Almost as if to try and throw his fans off the scent, Kirk Degiorgio has used As One, Elegy, Esoterik, Critical Phase, and Future/Past as recording aliases. In 1992 Degiorgio recorded his first release on B12 Records and shortly after founded the ART label (Applied Rythmic Technology) releasing early material by seminal artists such as Carl Craig, Aphex Twin, Stasis, and The Black Dog.

Help us give Kirk a warm welcome for his debut in Pittsburgh.

Tracks + mixes:
http://www.soundcloud.com/kirkdegiorgio
3 Hour warm-up mix: http://soundcloud.com/machinelondon/prelude-to-machine-kirk

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w/ PITTSBURGH TRACK AUTHORITY live
(Pittsburgh Tracks, Uzuri, Further)

and PAUL FLEETWOOD
(Humanaut, VIA)
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- Four-corner Impact Audio sound rig.
- LED light install by Komputer Kontrolled
- The beat drops at 9pm.
- $5 cover starts at 10pm.
- The night ends at 3am. An extra hour for this one!

On December 10, 2011, Humanaut launched a monthly series of parties focused on quality dance music from the best local, regional and international talent. Each event will be curated by different Humanaut members as well as occasional guest-curators.

For month two, Humanaut has asked everyone’s favorite internet personality Tom Cox to take the reigns of the night. Tom’s decision: an all-vinyl night featuring the crew of the widely read Infinite State Machine blog. Always full of opinions and great music, ISM has become a fixture both in Pittsburgh and in the dance music world.

www.infinitestatemachine.com

Lineup:

Frank Glazer (ISM | NYC)
Jwan Allen (ISM | Technoir Audio)
Thomas Cox (ISM | Pittsburgh Track Authority)
Chris O’Connor (Technoir Audio)

- Four-corner Impact Audio sound rig.
- The beat drops at 9pm.
- $5 cover starts at 10pm.
- The night ends at 2am.

Drink special:

$2 Yuengling 10-12
$3 Well drinks all night

www.humanaut.net
www.infinitestatemachine.com

This weeks podcast is brought to you by Takasi Nakajima. Takasi is the other half of Different World (opposite Claude Young), who both played a more intimate Humanaut show at the Bloomfield Bridge Tavern last month. Below is some more info on Takasi….

Takasi Nakajima is a DJ/Producer from Mihama,Japan. He began DJing and making tracks at the age of 16 with his brother Yukio Matsuyama, whom he learned the turntable skills and music history from. In 1997 he was a finalist in the DMC regional DJ competition in Japan. He has one of the finest and varied collections of music in Japan, playing everything, from Techno, House, Dub to Hip Hop, Funk, Soul, Jazz or any music.
“Different World (Claude Young + Takasi Nakajima)”
Young and Nakajima became close friends after Young relocated from Glasgow to Tokyo in 2005. Both having a strong love of music the two decided to form Different World in 2006 and began playing at their own resident events in Japan gaining a loyal following of hardcore music lovers. It is still a fresh memory when Different World played at DEMF in year 2007.Their new Vinyl released from A.R.T the label of Kirk Degiorgio Oct 4 2011. and had a track included on Marcel Fengler’s Berhain mix CD.

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On December10th, we launch a monthly series of house and techno parties curated by Humanaut and select guests.

To kick off the opening month, Humanaut will take to the decks (minus an elusive Rob Dunn, blast him!) to showcase their inspiration as a crew of DJs and music explorers.

Lineup:
Aaron Clark (Humanaut, VIA)
Paul Fleetwood (Humanaut, VIA, Ultrawizardsword)
Relative Q (Humanaut, RCMP, Young Robots, Ultrawizardsword)
Revy (Humanaut, Bleepsequence, Slant Records, Ultrawizardsword)
Jason Cuban (Humanaut, Full House Productions, Basic: State College)

- Four-corner Impact Audio sound rig.
- The beat drops at 9pm.
- $5 cover starts at 10pm.
- The night ends at 2am.
- Some kind of intergalactic drink special will occur.

Facebook Event: http://www.facebook.com/events/232637810135682/

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