Many of Odd Nature - 11:30pm Valdivia X - 10pm David Cherubim - 9pm
Extreme Futurist Festival is a 2 day arts and technology festival focusing on radical voices of the new evolution. Last year we had a great event and were called "a TED conference for the counterculture" by the LA Weekly. This year we seek to make XFF an even more epic experience. People are going insane over the Mayan calendar hype about the world ending on 12/21/12. This is why we have decided to bring them the apocalypse they deserve. We are throwing an end-of-the-world conference that you will not forget. Children get in free. We will be focusing on cutting edge science and technology along with transgressive performance art and music. Showcasing the most innovative and subversive memetics of our time, we see to highlight an extreme future that breaks the formula of modern culture. The future has been commodified by the mainstream in an effort to make revolutionary technologies easy to digest. As a result we are now living in an era of complacency, in which the true leaders and game changers are made to feel like outsiders. It is time to rise against the dominant current of our society and declare that nothing is too extreme. We refuse to be assimilated into a carbon copied version of a new humanity. As evolutionary agents we will push the boundaries of what it means to transform our species. XFF is organized by Rachel Haywire, Christopher Jannette, and Sean Humphries. More information on EXTREME FUTURIST FESTIVAL 2012 can be found on their website here: http://extremefuturistfestival.com/
Sounds Like: Snake River Conspiracy, Nine Inch Nails, The Smashing Pumpkins
Bio: Many of Odd Nature lives up to its name. The band draws from many influences including dark wave, industrial, gothic rock, gothic cabaret, electro noir and gothic metal, all with a theatrical twist.
Charly Hatrik, the singer/songwriter at the heart of the band, mixes digital beats with vintage ...See Full Bio
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