Here is our semi-organized archive of past :code events!

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28 aug 2003

ATTN: Final :CODE v2.0 release candidates...
      * Resolution: it's the last :CODE ever!

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Main Room:

Cybrid -- live PA (Belief Systems / Exact Science)
Scattershot Theory -- live PA (aka Idiom Creek /
       Samplistic Records)

Fruitbat/Hysterisis Loop --live PA (Lunatic Works)
Dusty Brown -- live PA (XTORT)
Shank (:CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)
Amber (:CODE / Sister SF)
    ...with live drumming by C.Flava

Lounge:
(Sleeveless DnB Lounge sponsored by judah.
    skateboards.)

UFO! (Phunckateck NY & SF)
UltraViolet (Sleeveless, Future Breaks, judah.)
Femmes Fetales (Sleeveless, Future Breaks, judah.)


Originial artwork by Kara (Faultline / Full Clip).

Join :CODE as we celebrate our last night at the DNA Lounge! It's been two rocking years, and we've had hundreds upon hundreds of different performers and acts show us their stuff. To celebrate our last night, we've got quite a show planned for y'all! We'll be having lots of local art on display and to top it off, as usual, a killer lineup for your earholes.

The folks responsible for helping us snag our Best of the Bay award, Scattershot Theory, are trekking down from Sacramento with Fruitbat and Dusty Brown in tow. These folks will be supported by SF's own local electro heroes: Cybrid.

Residents DJs Amber and Shank will be ripping up the dancefloors and rearranging your neurons with their own farewell sets, and the lounge is host to Sleeveless, SF, and their unbeatable flavor of drum 'n bass.

So come on out, and help us send :CODE off with a hearty bang! 100% musical goodness, or your money back!



14 aug 2003

:CODE
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Main Room:

Matt Nee (Kompute)
Hesohi --live PA (Soulmine Records)
Amber (:CODE / Sister SF)
Shank (:CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)
   -vs-
4mAtT (THE dROW)
tag team drum-n-bass set!

Lounge:
(A night of techno and breaks, presented by orangeAge.)
Micron (lick the micron / FnF / Cloud Factory)
Lick the DJ (lick the micron / FnF)
Brownboy (aranji records / orangeAge)
J:MIAH (aranji records / orangeAge)

"The label was something that just had to happen. I was working on music with friends at the time and we figured that our own label was the only way to go. It's the D.I.Y. punk rock attitude I learned early on - where if you want something it's pretty much up to you to make it happen. We really didn't even take in to account that it's possible to make money from this stuff - we were just doing it." - Matt Nee on Kompute Records, technounkmusic.com

Hesoshi's live PA performance for Imperial Dub at San Francisco's infamous Fillmore blew the proverbial house down and made him a household name overnight. Warm bubbling basslines, natty drums and ever-so-slightly acidic synths prevail throughout.


24 jul 2003

Two fsking years!

:CODE
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Come out, get drunk, and help us revel in two years of :CODE!

Main Room:

T-1000 (Pure Sonik, Chicago)
Amber (:CODE / Sister SF)
   -vs-
Dragn'fly (Epiphany / Teknique)
(2x4 -- on four turntables)

Shank (:CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)
Praxis -- live PA (Omniscient / BPM Culture /
:CODE)

Lounge:
(Sleeveless DnB Lounge sponsored by judah.
    skateboards.)

Aye-n vs. Ivry (Compression))
UltraViolet (Sleeveless, Future Breaks, judah.)
Femmes Fetales (Sleeveless, Future Breaks, judah.)
Arson (Urban Drums, Triple 5 Soul)

"Detroit Techno's Renaissance Man" DJ T-1000 from Chicago comes to code for our 2-year Anniversary blowout. Anyone who is familiar with Detroit techno knows the name Alan Oldham. Better known as DJ T-1000 with his own releases on Pure Sonik Records, Alan has been responsible for some of the Motor City's great tracks over the past several years.

:CODE resident Amber teams up once again with partner Dragn'fly to work four turntables with bleeding accuracy that looks like it must be rehearsed but is 100% improvised between these two talented DJs. :CODE resident Shank brings more original flavor with subtle soundwave manipulation through intricate crossfader slamming. A live PA from resident Praxis rounds out the night with our usual on-stage original electronic music.


10 jul 2003
hard techno. drum+bass. breaks.

:CODE
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Main Room:
Drumcell --live PA (Droid Behavior, LA)
Acid Circus (Droid Behavior, LA)
Bioflava --live PA (Pufendorf Records)
Shank (:CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)
Amber (:CODE / Sister SF)

Lounge:
(An evening of ill breaks brought to you by orangeAge and AM Breaks)
Samira (JustSayAgency.com, Sister)
Calamity Jane (Moksha Tribe)
DJ SnM (RadioDMZ, Halflife)
As always, :CODE resident: J:Miah (orangeAge / Aranji)

:CODE welcomes Drumcell and Acid circus to San Francisco! These two are regulars on the So. Cal hard techno circuit, and will be showcasing their blend of techno beats at this, their first SF gig.

Bioflava, half of Deepfatfried fame, will be opening up with a mellow breaks set that will span hip-hop, breaks and d+b.


26 jun 2003
NAUGHTY NURSIES: The St. James Infirmary
4-Year Anniversary Ho-Down.

:CODE -- out of session this week!

NAUGHTY NURSIES:

Performances by:

Annie Sprinkle
Sharon Mitchell
"Aunt Peg" Andersen
Fakir Musafar
Rosin Coven
Kembra Phaler
Erase Errata
Totimoshi
Whysall Lane
The boys of
Nob Hill Cinema
BlueBuddhaNmotion
Kimo
Trashina
Hot Pink Feathers
Floating Corpses
Jackie Strano &
Shar Rednaur (Hail Marys)

With DJs:

Shank (:CODE)
Amber (:CODE)
Syd Hubbard
Jef Hoskins
Luis Illapes
Jacob Laurent

Plus raffles and VIP lounge...

No :CODE on this night, see you again July 10th.

:CODE steps aside so that DNA Lounge can present:

NAUGHTY NURSIES: The St. James Infirmary 4-Year Anniversary Ho-Down. A fundraiser for the St. James Infirmary, an occupational health clinic for sex workers.

doors @ 8; show @ 9.
9pm - 2am.
$10 - $50 sliding scale:
No one turned away for lack of funds.


12 jun 2003
drum+bass. techno. psytrance. industrial.

:CODE
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Main Room:

Kill the Robots --live PA
jaswho? --live PA (Soulmine Records)
Amber (:CODE / Sister SF)
Praxis --special DJ set! (Omniscient Records)

Lounge:
(orangeAge Boutique, featuring PsyTranBreaks...)
Psynthetic (G.O.A. Play)
Tobal (G.O.A. Play)
Barefoot (orangeAge / Aranji)
Jeff Richmond (orangeAge / Aranji)

Kill the Robots will be taking over the stage this week, bringing five people, lots of gear and making some great music.

"...innovative doesn't even begin to describe this San Francisco quintet. These visionaries hover almost weightlessly near the intersection of abstract and bizarre, a place sensible musicians try desperately to steer clear of for fear of falling into the black hole of noncommercialism and, often, consequent obscurity." - SF Examiner

Resident DJ Amber will be tearing up the main floor, as is the norm. Amber's discovered a new musical path to follow, so come out and check out her new sound!

Performing at his first :CODE, jaswho? intends to rip up some live and funky beats. And, our new :CODE resident Praxis will be performing an opening DJ set.


22 may 2003
techno. jungle. breaks. drum+bass.

:CODE
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Main Room:

ARK (Circus Company / Perlon / Karat / Paris, France)
Sety (Circus Company / Karat / Paris, France)
Voltronic Rocket Society -- live PA (voltronic.com)
DJ Shank (:CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)
Amber (:CODE / Sister SF)

Lounge:
(Sleeveless DnB Lounge sponsored by judah. skateboards.)
Gridlok (Violence Recordings)
UltraViolet (Sleeveless, judah., Future Breaks)
Femmes Fatales (Sleeveless, judah., Compression)

opening tag team set from:
CRYKIT (Solution, MTK)
    --vs--
E$KR (Solution, MTK)

ARK has been serving the abstract techno and minimal house communities with his highly musical, mad-scientist experiments for nearly 8 years. His work is championed by everyone from Matthew Herbert, Mr Oizo, and Safety Scissors, through Andrew Weatherall and Richie Hawtin. His newest work: Alleluyark was just released on Circus Company and is already blowing up dancefloors all over the globe..

As the owner/manager of the world-renowned record label Circus Company, Sety shares with us his personal vision of techno: crazy and slamming! With tracks from Freak, ARK, Si Begg, Akufen, and himself, this label is set to cause some major waves in dancefloor electronic music. His DJ sets consist of the finest in techno, electro, and experimental house cuts around.


8 may 2003
acid techno. ghetto. glitch. drum+bass.

:CODE
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Main Room:

Adam Jay -- live PA (Primate / Zync /
    Omniscient Records / Azure)

Akida & JoLynn -- live PA (GhettoGlitch.com, NYC)
Amber (:CODE / Sister SF)
   -vs-
Dragn'fly (Epiphany / Teknique)
(2x4 -- on four turntables)

Shank (:CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)

Lounge:
(orangeAge Boutique, featuring TechTransBreaks)
Lick the Micron
  ** Micron (Viberation)  -vs-  Lick The DJ **
J:Miah (orangeAge / Aranji)
Reid Oda (orangeAge / Aranji)

When DJ T-1000 was asked about Adam's recent techno releases, his response was simply "Damn!"
"Rollicking heavy slice of minimalistic tribal techno gear from this increasingly impressive producer. Adam has recently been seen on Zync, Placktown Sounds, Azure and Primevil - his debut on Primate really shines. Top stuff." - Substrata

Akida & JoLynn are two troublemakers from South Florida who have recent broken into New York's underground laptop music scene. They bring their East Coast flair to :CODE on this special night. Their superb sets bridge many forms of electronic/urban music into a comprehensive format. Thanks to GDAM software, these cats are able to manipulate and scratch lyrics in real-time! Come see Akida & JoLynn change how ghetto tech and hip-hop is interpreted.

"[Dragn'fly and Amber] are the sickest all female 2x4 duo we've ever witnessed and we're sure you will think so too after they are done with you! Put on your most comfy dancing shoes and find your dancefloor space and get ready to be rocked!!" - NorthwestTekno


24 apr 2003
acid techno. jungle. hip-hop. drum+bass.

:CODE
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Main Room:

Dusty Brown -- live PA (Command Collective, XTORT)
Shank (:CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)
Amber (:CODE / Sister SF)
Schwa (Urban Wasteland, Critical Funk)

Lounge:
(presented by judah. skateboards and Sleeveless, SF)

Star Eyes (Groundscore, XLR8R)
Coop D'Ville (True Skool, FFN Records)
Femmes Fatales (Sleeveless, Compression, judah.)
UltraViolet (Sleeveless, Future Breaks FM, judah.)
On the mic:
Audio Angel (Sleeveless, Groundscore, Compression)

Main room fashion show by J2.

Subvert Recordings is the un-disciplined creation of A.D., appearing only at :CODE during this West Coast visit. A.D. spent a mischievous youth putting on and playing parties in all four corners of Europe with the total resistance sound system. After numerous projects on popular labels Stay Up Forever, Cluster and Infected, the decision was made to start Subvert as a release for his various frustrations and ideas.

Hypnotic female vocals paired with killer original beats make Dusty Brown and his vocalist a memorable performance, on par with the sounds of Massive Attack, Olive, or Hooverphonic.


10 apr 2003
techno. trance. downtempo. breaks.

:CODE
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Main Room:

ABA Structure -- live PA (Fungus Productions)
Cat-5 -- live PA
Cousin Isaac -- live PA (feat. DJ Design)
Shank (:CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)
Amber (:CODE / Sister SF)

Lounge:
(presented by orangeAge)

Andrew Kelsey and Guthrie (The Fool, S.W.A.T.)
Jeff Richmond (orangeAge / Aranji)
J:Miah (orangeAge / Aranji)
Barefoot (orangeAge / Aranji)
Reid Oda (orangeAge / Aranji)

Original paintings by Rozie Firoozabadi.

In 2002, Cat-5 was voted "Best Local Electronic Band" in the popular SF Bay Gudardian Best of the Bay poll. "... Cat-5 have become a Bay Area staple and have endeared themselves to our readers and their CPUs. Playing on laptops, they combine indie rock sounds with electronic beats." - SF Bay Guardian

Classically trained in violin, Kenji Williams (ABA Structure) has emerged as a top Bay Area electronic producer, leading the trancey, progressive house current. - Epitonic Music

ABA Structure has released several EPs, including tracks on John Digweed's "Bedrock" compilation, and the latest release on Plastic City Americas. Several projects with the "Eclipse" (Flying Rhino) project has showcased ABA's downtempo work, already releasing three tracks.

Tying all of Cousing Isaac's performances together is his human beatbox. Making drum sounds with his mouth, Cousin Isaac samples himself using a loopoing sampler, and then adds music and other sound elements.


27 mar 2003   [ photos ]
electro. downtempo. breaks. jungle.

:CODE
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special event... $12 cover, all night!

Get drunk and get on television...
The new television show :CODE is taping on this night!

(check back soon for more details about the show)

Main Room:

Halou -- performing live
    * Special Early Set -- 10:00pm!

The Dexorcist (Control Tower / Bomb Dogs /
        Dead Silence Syndicate, UK)

    * In association with Muti Music
    * Premier West Coast Appearance!


Sukeban (Muti Music Inc)
Shane (:CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)
Amber (:CODE / Sister SF)

Lounge:
Sleeveless:
UFO! (Phunckateck NY & SF)
Echo (Violence / Phunckateck)
UltraViolet (Sleeveless / Future Breaks FM)
Buna (Sleeveless, ETI)
Miss Throwdown (Battle of the Breaks)
   -vs-
Donna Matrix (Sleeveless / Halflife)
On the mic:
Audio Angel (Sleeveless / Groundscore)
Koda (Urban Drumz)

Original artwork display by Strength Of One.

This night, :CODE brings you a very special event, with some amazing live acts from both San Francisco and the UK: Halou and the Dexorcist. This is a special event, with a $12 admission all night.

About Halou...

"Forget all the constraints that electronic music has unwittingly put on you, and pop this CD in." - BPM Culture magazine

Performing at 10pm, San Francisco-based Halou continue to craft their unique sound with a brand new EP, with a west coast tour to celebrate it's release! This EP follow up to the widely critically acclaimed album 'Wiser' (Nettwerk Records) will only be available at the live shows! The new EP will contain 5 songs: 3 new tracks from the forthcoming album, 1 remix from 'Wiser', plus an exclusive track. These special live shows will feature gorgeous new visuals from SF-based independent film maker Stephen Williams (Blasthaus, BOLT) which are sync'd to the music.

The sound of Halou is a riveting juxtaposition of electronic and organic. While still embracing electronics as the core of their sound, Halou performs their cinematic, downtempo soundscapes completely LIVE including Halou's string section, live drums, guitar, and synths. The EP picks up where Halou left off on 'Wiser', but takes their trademark production even further. The release is once again completely self produced by drummer/producer Count (Blackalicious, New Order, Lyrics Born), writer/keyboardist/producer Ryan Coseboom, and vocalist Rebecca Coseboom.

Also, :CODE resident, Amber, will be opening up the night with her eclectic selection of downtempo and breakbeats.

About the Dexorcist...

Simon Brown, AKA Dexorcist, has been tearing up soundwaves for the past few years. He has been a major part in defining and guiding the current resurgence of the illectro and electro genres, with a long series of releases on labels like Control Tower Records and SMB. For his debut San Francisco appearance, he's bringing a live rig and his discinct, complex and insane rythms and stabbing synth lines.

Also playing, :CODE resident Shane and Muti Music's Sukeban represent the cutting edge talent of San Francisco's growing breaks scene.

Robots will always reign supreme...


13 mar 2003
techno. electro. breaks.
:CODE
[ flyer ]

Main Room:

Deepfatfried
-- live PA (Diet Strychnine Records)
Cybrid -- live PA (Aelectro / Exact Science)
Shane (:CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)
Amber (:CODE / Sister SF)

Lounge:
orangeAge Boutique:
Chris McGarry (SoundIron)
Barefoot (orangeAge / Aranji)
j:miah (orangeAge / Aranji)
Reid Oda (orangeAge / Aranji)
Jeff Richmond (orangeAge / Aranji)

Oakland-based long-time underground favorite Deepfatfried take the stage with original electronic compositions combining nu school breaks, drum & bass, dub delays, hip-hop and infinitely deep bass. Deepfatfried is featured in "The Diet Strychnine Sampler" on Diet Strychnine Records. This new mix CD and other Diet Strychnine merchandise will be available throughout the night, along with some great giveaways!

"Smashing boundaries, Deepfatfried and posse twist vocals with beats, breaks and intelligent transmissions to create a journey through the circuit of an electronic skitzoid, from the DnB of 'Green Light' to the jackin groove of 'Forgiveness' it takes you up to the shining skies and down to the gritty urban funk. For the dancefloor or the driving mind it's nothing but fuel." - Ms.E, Future Breaks FM

Returning :CODE heroes Cybrid take the stage once again with some of the most polished and bassy electro to be born and raised on the streets of San Francisco. "At a Cybrid show, you can expect hours of non-stop butt-shaking bass, chunky beats and vocoder raps" - XLR8R Magazine

Original paintings by Bay Area artist S.Newman will be on display this night only. (Pictured: "Funkytown" by S.Newman)


27 feb 2003
trance. techno. electro. jungle. drum+bass.
:CODE
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Main Room:

Praxis -- Live PA (Omniscient Records / BPM Culture)
Amber (:CODE / Sister SF)
   -vs-
Dragn'fly (Epiphany / Teknique)
(2x4 -- on four turntables)

Shane (:CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)

Lounge:
Sleeveless:
Chaostica (Sleeveless, CSL, SD)
Icon (Sleeveless, Sister NY)
UltraViolet (Sleeveless / Future Breaks FM)
Femmes Fatales (Sleeveless / Compression)
Donna Matrix (Sleeveless / Halflife)
Buna (Sleeveless, ETI)
Audio Angel (Sleeveless / Groundscore)

Onstage bringing his original live techno to :CODE is Omniscient Records label owner Praxis. The style of music he makes varies immensely from hard, dark techno, to funky tech-house, to acid tech-trance, to hard breaks--but your one safe bet is that you'll be dancing and drawn in by Praxis' charismatic performance. You'll see nearly his full studio onstage, a virtual "command center" of equipment, all being triggered live and on the fly by a true musician.

Praxis' original releases on Omniscient also feature remixes by internationally recognized artists like D.A.V.E. the Drummer and DDR. His infatuation with techno led him to write for Lotus magazine, and his expertise has been published as a review writer for DMA dance and BPM Culture.

The tremendously popular "four-turntable-and-two-DJs-at-once" music of Amber versus Dragn'fly drops onto :CODE once again. Expect a repeat of the 2.5 hour sweat-fest from their January performance. And, diving further in to techno-land, :CODE resident Shane will explore funky and glitchy SF-flavored minimal techno and tech-house.


13 feb 2003
techno. electro. breaks.
:CODE
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Main Room:

Bass Kittens
&
Single Cell Orchestra (Pretension / Eyephunk)
Shane (:CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)
Amber (:CODE / Sister SF)
darkcube (ethereal / subterrain / uberhax0r)

Lounge:
orangeAge Boutique:
Barefoot (orangeAge / Aranji)
Reid Oda (orangeAge / Aranji)
Jeff Richmond (orangeAge / Aranji)
j:miah (orangeAge / Aranji)

Bass Kittens & Single Cell Orchestra headline the night by partnering to perform a frenzy of live breakbeats onstage. Independently, these two artists have dozens of record releases to their credit (including tracks on Astralwerks, Pretension, and Eyephunk), and together they are better than the sum of their parts.

"[Single Cell Orchestra] uses sweeping strings and catchy melodies which are strongly supported by his dense hypnotic rhythms. His tracks have been compared to both The Orb and The Future Sound Of London." -epitonic.com (Click to hear a sample)

In 1993, JSD started the Bass Kittens. A string of 12" singles followed, along with the full-length CD "Sweaty Planet". In 2000 he started Pretension Records with J Bondy & Justin Maxwell, with the aim of pushing West Coast electro.


23 jan 2003
jungle. drum+bass. trip-hop.
:code
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Main Room:

Idiom Creak
-- live PA (Samplistic Records)
Fruitbat -- live PA (Hysterisis Loop / Lunatic Works)
The Management -- live PA
Disflex.6 -- live PA (Samplistic Records)
Dusty Brown -- live PA (Command Collective / XTORT)
Benji (A.R.M.)
Amber (:code / Sister SF)

Lounge:
Sleeveless:
Abstract (Phunckateck / Pneuma)
Star Eyes (Groundscore / XLR8R)
UltraViolet (Sleeveless / Future Breaks FM)
Femmes Fatales (Sleeveless / Compression)
Dominatrix (Sleeveless / Halflife)
Audio Angel (Sleeveless / Groundscore)

Samplistic Records CD release party for The After Dinner Collection presented by Idiom Creak and featuring eleven artists. Free copies of XLR8R Magazine and other fun giveaways! Samplistic Records music and other Samplistic schwag for sale all night.

"Sonic architect Idiom Creak is the most intriguing act from Davis since DJ Shadow" -Sacramento News and Review

Five, yes F-I-V-E live on-stage performances (and six artists in the lounge!) bring it fast and furiously on this night. Fruitbat, member the successful producer groups "Hysterisis Loop", presents live drum & bass including his recent release on Lunatick Works. Hypnotic female vocals paired with killer original beats make Dusty Brown and his vocalist a memorable performance--on par --> --with the sounds of Massive Attack, Olive, or Hooverphonic.

And if that isn't quite enough, Sleeveless kicks off their first night in the Lounge with a rocking jungle showcase of pure headliners!


09 jan 2003
techno. electro. psytrance. breaks.
:code
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Main Room:

Cybrid
-- live PA (Aelectro / Exact Science)
Amber (:code / Sister SF)
   -vs-
Dragn'fly (Epiphany / Teknique)
(2x4 -- on four turntables)
Shane (:code / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)

Lounge:
orangeAge Boutique:
Barefoot (orangeAge / Aranji)
Reid Oda (orangeAge / Aranji)
Jeff Richmond (orangeAge / Aranji)
j:miah (orangeAge / Aranji)


Don't miss the Cloud Factory Design Collective
fashion show at 11pm!

Come celebtate the grand release of :code, v2.0! Now the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. Two rooms of live electronic music and top DJs. Lower cover price! Free before 10pm, $5 after.

Headlining the grand re-opening of :code are electro superstars Cybrid. The new Cybrid record "Transistor Abuse EP" (on Belief-Systems Records) is now available on 12" vinyl. "At a Cybrid show, you can expect hours of non-stop butt-shaking bass, chunky beats and vocoder raps" - XLR8R Magazine

With roots in the Bay Area underground dance culture, the Cloud Factory Design Collective (CFDC) molds a post-rave fashion experience. "The Cloud Factory event was a unique spectacle, it was a refreshing glimpse into the city's fashion netherworld." - URB Magazine

Hosting the lounge every second Thursday of the month is orangeAge with psytrance and techno. orangeAge hosted the wildly popular night "Aranji" at Club Six, which the San Francisco Examiner called, "one of THE best parties in town, kids!"


26 dec 2002
jungle. industrial.
d:CODE
[ flyer ]
Main Room:
Jest-One (Halflife)
Dominatrix (Halflife / Freebeats)
Arson (510junglists / Halflife / Owned)
Kryptyk (Halflife)
Oracle (510junglists)

Lounge:
Random (Full Circle)
Ritter Gluck (:code / Infinite Kaos)

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.


19 dec 2002
psytrance. techno.
industrial.
d:CODE
[ flyer ]
Main Room:
Chromatone -- live PA
Ghreg (CODE / Phosphene / Spectral Concepts)
Rob-Ot (Full Circle)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)
Conan (Liquid Grin SF)

Lounge:
Joe Radio (Death Guild)
Decay (Midian)

Chromatone has been slaving away on some wickedly thick and rich psy-jams and will be sharing the fruits of his labor live on stage.

Ghreg, also known as Phosphene and one of the founders of Code joins us once again to DJ some of what he has been creating in his spare time. He has 2 new tracks released on Spectral Concepts and USTA records and quite a few more that will get your feet moving.

Rob-Ot left us at the end of summer for scholastic pursuits and is back for the holidays and will bring a nice set of his groovy style trance.


12 dec 2002
electro. breaks.
industrial.
d:CODE
[ flyer ]
Main Room:
Single Cell Orchestra &
Bass Kittens (Pretension / Eyephunk)
Lil' Pocketknife (Ladyfest)
Amber (CODE / Sister SF)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)

Lounge:
Phreaki Boi (The Haven)
ANT-TCP

San Francisco's Miguel Fierro is the internationally acclaimed and acknowledged artist otherwise known as Single Cell Orchestra. Fierro uses sweeping strings and catchy melodies which are strongly supported by his dense hypnotic rhythms. His tracks have been compared to both The Orb and The Future Sound Of London.

In 1993, JSD started Bass Kittens to put out his own work. A string of 12" singles followed, along with the full-length CD Sweaty Planet. In 2000 he started Pretension Records with J Bondy & Justin Maxwell, with the aim of pushing West Coast electro.

Lil' Pocketknife brings live, original electro with an unlikely MC. Sharing her dope raps is a tiny indie rock sprite in Converse, with big things to say. And CODE resident DJ, Amber completes the night's lineup.


05 dec 2002
techno. indstrial.
n:CODE
[ flyer ]
Main Room:
Catharsis (Egregious)
Droid (Hammerhead)
Endosine -- live PA
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)

Lounge:
Form_Virus (Unit / Oscillations)
Sarin (Dekonstrukt)
Kyron_5 (Dekonstrukt)

Egregious stands for "Spiritual renewal through music for those outside the heard." A little laid back and a little bit leaning forward, the techno mix on this night will suit you.


28 nov 2002
electro. trip-hop.
drum+bass. industrial.
d:CODE
[ flyer ]
Main Room:
Jeff Taylor -- live PA (Exact Science)
Cat-5 -- live PA
FreqSystem (Protolab)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)

Lounge:
Mitch (Bound)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.


21 nov 2002
techno. industrial.
n:CODE
[ flyer ]
Main Room:
Praxis -- Live PA (Omniscient / BPM Culture)
Oracle (Omniscient / Orphan)
Les Elemental (Eden Collective, NYC)

Lounge:
Joe Radio (Death Guild)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)

Come join us as we celebrate the second release for San Francisco's premier hard techno imprint. Experence our mission of ``spiritually motivated synthsesis modification,'' as the techno ministers of the evening guide your vehicle towards an omniscient destination.


07 nov 2002
techno. wet & hard.
industrial.
n:CODE
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Main Room:
Dragn'fly (Epiphany / Teknique)
DJ Pat (U.S.O.F. / Teknique)
Amber (CODE / Sister SF)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)

Lounge:
Random (Full Circle)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)

Two Sacramento Central Valley heroes invade San Francisco. Dragn'fly's popularity as a techno and trance DJ took off to unlimited hights only shortly after she began as a DJ in the late 90s. Dragn'fly plays sets at parties from New Orleans to Seattle and still finds time to make the locals dance.

DJ Pat is "America's first and only Wet & Hard DJ." According to Pat, "Wet & Hard" is a whole new genre of electronic music, a breed of post-techno techno, born in the clubs of Eastern Europe. He is unleashing this new sound on the states with the help of friends like Hungary's Corvin Dalek (who actually began this whole movement with his seminal masterpiece "Pounds And Penz"), Jan Kessler, Eiven Major, and Oliver Klien.

Opening the night is CODE resident DJ Shane stepping to the wholebeat side of the fence. Closing the night is CODE resident DJ Amber proving, once again, that her monkey screams louder than your monkey.


31 oct 2002
gothic. industrial.

$13 spooooooky dollars!

ALL HALLOW'S EVE
EXTRAVAGANZA


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Performing Live:
Rosin Coven (Pagan Lounge Music & Theatre)
Collapsing Silence (Butoh Dancers)
Puppets & Pie (Assorted & Sordid Antics)

Main Room DJs:
Melting Girl (Death Guild / 1984)
Miz Margo (Dark Sparkle / She Said / Sin)
Skip & Shindog (New Wave City)

Lounge DJs:
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)
Amber (CODE / Sister SF)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)

Costume Contest -- hosted by Paul Stoll
(Body Manipulations / Flying Tiger Circus)
with over $1,000 in cash and prizes!

Atmosphere by Kendelabra Productions.

Yes, it's that time again: the almost-legendary, second annual DNA Lounge Halloween party!

Some say that Halloween is every day, but some days are more Halloween than others. As this Thursday is one of those days, we're breaking with the customary CODE fare and bringing you the Gothic classics in the main room, along with some fantastically odd live performances, and a costume contest that, if last year's contest is any indication, will be quite the event to see! In the lounge, some of our CODE residents will bring you the most evil electronic music they can muster.

And, in a similar... vein... may we draw your attention to October 28th, the monday just before Halloween, when DNA Lounge presents live performances by Thrill Kill Kult with Cherrie Blue and Voodou!


24 oct 2002
electro. techno.
breaks. industrial.

Avatars: 8pm - 9pm.
CODE: 9pm - after hours.
d:CODE
Main Room:
TeflonJacket (Mekanika)
Andres Octavio (Stress Collective / Compound)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)
VIA -- live PA (Jonnie Gillham & Tj Marbois)
Audioelectronic -- live PA (CODE / Aelectro)

Lounge:
Joe Radio (Death Guild)
Lx

After the performance of Avatars (see below), South Bay DJ Jim Weston (TeflonJacket) opens the night with a selection of dark and atmospheric electro the likes of which have never been heard at the DNA Lounge before. Andres Octavio from Stress Collective follows up with another memorable set bridging electro and the darker side of breaks. Following is another appearance by CODE resident Shane, showcasing his expert mixing and selection of dark driving electro tracks. Returning to the DNA for their second night is VIA: a new project focusing on melodic electro and techno from Protolab veterans Jonnie Gillham and TJ Marbois. Closing out the night with a live dub techno set is Audioelectronic, one half of Cybrid, and also ex-Protolab member.
Capacitor: Avatars -- 8pm               Final night!               [ flyer ]
Join us at 8pm for an hour long production of Capacitor's acrobatic multimedia dance performance, AVATARS. This is Avatar's closing night, and your last chance to see this fantastic show!

  Sound by Divasonic, Agnes, & Sebastian;
Animation by House of Moves;
Video by Digital Justice;
Costumes by Spiked Seductress;
Films by Joshua Callaghan.
 

8pm admission to Avatars: $18 door; $15 advance (includes amission to CODE.)

Normal CODE prices resume at 9pm: free until 10pm, $5 until 11pm; $7 after.



17 oct 2002
techno. industrial.

Avatars: 8pm - 9pm.
CODE: 9pm - after hours.
n:CODE
Main Room:
Richard Summerhayes
(Eukatech / Energy Industries / TT500)
Jade Bassix (Lizard King)
Amber (CODE / Sister SF)
m.path (Pro Techno Agenda)

Lounge:
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)
Form_Virus (Unit / Oscillations)

Headlining this full night of techno is guest DJ Richard Summerhayes. Since 1994 Richard has been at the center of the London tech-house scene having been one of the original founders of the now famous Eukatech record store and it's host of associated labels. Check out the drumming techno set Richard has in mind especially for this night at n:CODE.

We also welcome a special guest from Eugene, Oregon, DJ Jade Bassix. Jade is a versitile DJ and on this night she'll share her solid mixing style flavored with that Lekebusch-Mills-Beyer taste o' techno.

Opening up the night is one of San Francisco's biggest fans of techno and a member of the Pro Techno Agenda (PTA), m.path. Closing DJ is CODE resident Amber with her trademark sound that makes you wonder, "how could someone who smiles so much play music that's so angry?" She's not telling.

Capacitor: Avatars -- 8pm                     [ flyer ]
Join us at 8pm for an hour long production of Capacitor's acrobatic multimedia dance performance, AVATARS, running every thursday from Oct 3 through Oct 24:

  Sound by Divasonic, Agnes, & Sebastian;
Animation by House of Moves;
Video by Digital Justice;
Costumes by Spiked Seductress;
Films by Joshua Callaghan.
 

8pm admission to Avatars: $18 door; $15 advance (includes amission to CODE.)

Normal CODE prices resume at 9pm: free until 10pm, $5 until 11pm; $7 after.



10 oct 2002
breaks. electro. industrial.

Avatars: 8pm - 9pm.
CODE: 9pm - after hours.
d:CODE
Main Room:
Cybrid -- dj set (Aelectro / Exact Science)
Raf-One (Impulse / Vehicle)
Chris Burfine (Cloud Factory / FnF / Organized Chaos)
Terrac (Cloud Factory / DeepSpace12)

Lounge:
Fernando (Assimilate)
Kyron_5 (Dekonstrukt)

Classic electro, past present and future meets breaks as 5 of SF's choicest selectors drop their sets. Terror will reign on the dancefloor as Terrac unleashes his iBook and a selection of breakbeat tracks. Raf-One once again brings his precise mixing skills to the DNA, while Chris Burfine revisits the depth of his record crates for the public's edification. Cybrid closes out the night with a double-length laptop DJ set featuring new Cybrid material, as well as unreleased tracks, remixes, and exclusive edits of classic electro tunes.
Capacitor: Avatars -- 8pm                     [ flyer ]   [ photos ]
Join us at 8pm for an hour long production of Capacitor's acrobatic multimedia dance performance, AVATARS, running every thursday from Oct 3 through Oct 24:

  Sound by Divasonic, Agnes, & Sebastian;
Animation by House of Moves;
Video by Digital Justice;
Costumes by Spiked Seductress;
Films by Joshua Callaghan.
 

8pm admission to Avatars: $18 door; $15 advance (includes amission to CODE.)

Normal CODE prices resume at 9pm: free until 10pm, $5 until 11pm; $7 after.



03 oct 2002
techno. acid techno.
dutch electro. industrial.

Avatars: 8pm - 9pm.
CODE: 9pm - after hours.
n:CODE
Main Room:
Rude 66 (Bunker Records)
Esc (Trust / Siege Recordings / Immersive Arts)
Amber (CODE / Sister SF)
Ian Vogel (Retroflow)
Schwa (UW)

Lounge:
Mitch (Bound)
Tapeworm

Rude 66 from Amsterdam has been an electronic musician since 1986. From deep atmospheric soundtrack acid to sharp minimalistic industrial techno and dark industrial electro-funk, all with that dystopian edge of new wave futurism. The bass is dark!

Opening this night is Ian Vogel with true techno beats, followed by Esc, bringing a mix of techno including his own original tracks. Following Rude 66 is CODE resident DJ Amber with her "unrelenting" wall of hard acid techno. Closing the night is Schwa in his first appearance at n:CODE with more acid techno.

Capacitor: Avatars -- 8pm                     [ flyer ]   [ photos ]
Join us at 8pm for an hour long production of Capacitor's acrobatic multimedia dance performance, AVATARS, running every thursday from Oct 3 through Oct 24:

  Sound by Divasonic, Agnes, & Sebastian;
Animation by House of Moves;
Video by Digital Justice;
Costumes by Spiked Seductress;
Films by Joshua Callaghan.
 

8pm admission to Avatars: $18 door; $15 advance (includes amission to CODE.)

Normal CODE prices resume at 9pm: free until 10pm, $5 until 11pm; $7 after.



26 sep 2002
techno. hard techno. industrial.
n:CODE
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Main Room:
Chris Jackson (Resource Records)
Paul and Chris Leath (Leathal)
Dhyon Moeller (Drone Muzic)
The Rhythmist -- live PA (Trax Cafe)

Lounge:
Mitch (Bound)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)

Phuture Now and CODE are proud to present the veterans of the South Bay Techno Underground: Derek Scott (AKA The Rhythmist) performing live, and DJ sets from Chris Jackson, Paul and Chris Leath, and Dhyan Moeller.


19 sep 2002
breakbeat. electro. industrial.

free before 10pm, $10 after.

d:CODE
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Main Room:
Adam Freeland
Ernie (One Life Promotion) -- Live PA
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)
Felix the Dog (Groundscore / In Flight)

Lounge:
Amber (CODE / Sister SF)
Lucretia (So What / Death Guild)
Joe Radio (Death Guild)

There are many talented people in the world of electronic music but very few true pioneers. Adam Freeland is one of those few. As the undisputed leader of the nu-school breaks movement that has swept Europe and is now hitting the States. Breaking from the confines of 4/4 dance music, Adam is the leading force behind the funktified bass lines and twisted synths that define the genre, which pulls its inspiration from house, dancehall, breaks, hip hop, jungle, and progressive.


12 sep 2002
jungle. breaks. industrial.
d:CODE
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Main Room:
Seraphim (Sister SF / Dainjah)
Amber (CODE / Sister SF)
Forest Green (Organized Chaos / Sister SF)

Lounge:
Fernando (Assimilate)
Djall (HOV ElectroLounge)

CODE resident DJ Amber opens the night by stepping away from her usual genre, techno, to share her take on breaks at this week's d:CODE. Then, Seraphim brings her professional jungle style to celebrate the release of her new CD ``Redline.'' Closing out the night is local legend Forest Green with a smooth set of electro.


05 sep 2002
industrial.

$10 all night.

n:CODE
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CHRIS CONNELLY
MEG LEE CHIN

With DJs:
Lance Grabmiller (Praemedia / Grinder) -- live PA
Ghreg (CODE / Phosphene / Spectral Concepts)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)

A pair of live performances!

We've got the legendary Chris Connelly (Pigface, Damage Manual, Ministry, Revolting Cocks, Murder Inc...) with an accoustic performance supporting his new solo album, ``Private Education.''

Following Chris will be Pigface vocalist Meg Lee Chin and her band, performing tunes from her incredible album, ``Piece and Love.''

Chris goes on at 10pm, so get here early!


29 aug 2002
electro. miami bass.
breaks. drum+bass.
industrial.
d:CODE
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Main Room:
Jeriko One (Bomb Hip Hop)
FreqSystem (Protolab)
Jonnie Gillham (Protolab)
Audioelectronic -vs- Skoop
-- laptop dj battle (CODE / Belief Systems)
Andrés Octavio
(Stress Collective / Compound Records / Quality)

Lounge:
Kyron_5 (Dekonstrukt)
Sarin (Dekonstrukt)
Mark Wilson (Dekonstrukt)

Jeriko One from legendary Bomb Hip Hop records drops in for a special electro, miami bass and breakbeat set.

This evening will also feature solo performances by Protolab alumni FreqSystem (with an exclusive performance spanning drum&bass, breaks, and electro) and Jonnie Gillham (and his techno-flavored electro.)

Cybrid will break apart into its component robots, and will pit themselves against each other for complete dance floor domination with a laptop DJ battle unlike anything you've heard before.


22 aug 2002
techno. breaks. industrial.

VIP party begins at 8pm;
General admission: 9pm - after hours.

n:CODE + d:CODE
EFF BENEFIT: C.A.F.E. 2002
[ flyer 1 ]   [ flyer 2 ]
[ press release ]

[ photos ]

A benefit for the
Electronic Frontier Foundation,
featuring
Wil Wheaton -vs- Barney
Celebrity Boxing!

Main Room DJs:
DDR (Smitten / Stay Up Forever) -- live PA
Mike Bee (True Intent / Bottom Heavy /
Rewind / Future Breaks FM)

Ian Raikow (Betalounge)
Monty Luke (Loopwreckas /
3PA-Imperial Dub)

Lounge DJs:
Kid 606 (Tigerbeat6 / Ipecac) -- dj set
Uprock (Kelp and Circuits / Tristero)
Lance Grabmiller (Praemedia /
Grinder / Underground Inc)
-- live PA
Philip Sherburne (Cops Fear Pimp Turf War /
XLR8R)

Random (Full Circle)
Lucretia (So What / Death Guild)

Speakers:
Wil Wheaton
Cindy Cohn
Shari Steele
John Perry Barlow

Visuals by Scott Pagano.

All proceeds from both events will
directly benefit EFF's CAFE project,
helping to preserve your freedom to
express yourself in innovative ways.

Join the EFF for a benefit to support CAFE, empowering the creative community in cyberspace by protecting the public's access to and use of audiovisual technologies.

The night features world-class electronic music artists and a special treat: celebrity boxing with Wil Wheaton and Barney! Wil Wheaton, of Star Trek: The Next Generation and Stand By Me fame, will take on Barney in a celebrity boxing matchup for the history books. Watch and see if Wil with his backing from the EFF can protect free speech and parody on the Internet and defeat Barney and his team of corporate lawyers.

$10 sliding scale donation.

VIP Party -- 8pm

Join Wil Wheaton and the foremost cyberspace activists for drinks in the upstairs lounge. Enjoy free drinks, good company, and excellent music. Take the battle against Barney and his legal thugs into your own hands with a swing at EFF's ferocious Barney piñata! Featuring fresh minimal techno and electro from entrepeneur, cypherpunk, and electronic musician Sameer Parekh.

VIP party tickets are $50 (including admission to both parties, and two drinks.)

To attend the VIP party, you must reserve your ticket by contacting:
Katina Bishop, EFF Education Director
415-436-9333 x101 (katina@eff.org)


15 aug 2002
techno. industrial.
n:CODE
[ flyer ]
Main Room:
Barefoot (orangeAge / Aranji)
Jeff Richmond (orangeAge / Aranji)
j:miah (orangeAge / Aranji)
Reid Oda (orangeAge / Aranji)
Amber (CODE / Sister SF)

Lounge:
Joe Radio (Death Guild)
Fuzz (The Box / Psy-Industries / Aural-I)

CODE welcomes the hard-working DJs of the orangeAge Boutique to bring us their solid techno lineup. The orangeAge crew presented the popular night Aranji for a full two years. Their sound is a success, and you'll know why when you hear their music.


08 aug 2002
electro. drum+bass.
industrial.
d:CODE
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Main Room:
Hysterisis Loop --live PA
Cat-5 -- live PA
Jeff Taylor -- live PA (Exact Science)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)

Lounge:
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)
Ghreg (CODE / Phosphene / Spectral Concepts)

Explore the sonic garden of beats and breaks, from vocoded glitchy dreamscapes to the lush and the subtly agressive jungle. A trio of live performances with Jeff Taylor and Cat-5 exploring the breakbeats and Hysterisis Loop setting off the land of amens. The CODE resident DJ Shane will tie together the night with electro and minimal breaks.

Cat-5 have been voted ``Best Local Electronic Band'' in the 2002 Best of the Bay!


01 aug 2002
deep techno. tech-house.
industrial.
n:CODE
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Main Room:
Broker / Dealer -- live PA (POP / Dream Chimney)
Audioelectronic -- live PA (CODE / Cybrid)
Raf-One (Vehicle)
Dave Aju (Vehicle)
The Tourist (Vehicle)
Wrong? (Vehicle)
Michael Chulada (Sad Sad Fun / Local Heroes)

Lounge:
Mitch (Bound)
Danny Bled

Broker/Dealer make catchy minimal dance music perfect for the den or the dancefloor. With melodies reminiscent of Giorgio Moroder's futuristic disco sound, deep groovy basslines and a spacious dub sensibility, Broker/Dealer have created the perfect blend of "techno" and "pop."

Audioelectronic builds tracky soundscapes from glitchy, processed dub, with a firm nod in the direction of early acid techno, and hard-edged dancefloor sounds.

And returning to the DNA, the Vehicle crew, spinning a gourmet blend of techno, tech-house, and classic dancefloor tracks.


25 jul 2002
trip-hop. downtempo.
electro. techno. industrial.

$10 all night.

d:CODE
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Main Room:
Halou -- performing live
Instrumentality (Bulbous Records)
Darin Marshall (Belief Systems)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)

Lounge:
Djall (HOV ElectroLounge)
Random (Full Circle)

This week we're welcoming back Halou for another live performance. Their music ranges from drum-and-bass and downtempo soundscapes through crooning, etherial pop music reminiscent of Cocteau Twins and Portishead. Their live show augments their electronic sound with cello, acoustic double bass, and drums.

Halou goes on at 10pm, so get here early!


18 jul 2002
techno. industrial.
n:CODE
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Main Room:
Andy W (Viberation / Resource Records)
Amber (CODE / Sister SF)
Skandal (Audio Anarchy)

Lounge:
Joe Radio (Death Guild)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)

Opening this night is CODE resident DJ Amber. Then Andy W brings a multi-media, multi-hour set of homemade loops and beats mixed with vinyl. You won't want to miss this live set. Closing out the night is one of the best DJs you haven't heard of (yet), DJ Skandal. Skandal brings a talented scratching style to techno that shows he really understands the beats.


11 jul 2002
electro. industrial.
d:CODE
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Main Room:
Cybrid -- live PA (Aelectro / Exact Science)
Jeff Taylor (Exact Science)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)
Darin Marshall (Belief Systems)

Lounge:
Conan (Liquid Grin SF)
Mitch (Bound)

Join Cybrid and the CODE crew as we celebrate the release of Cybrid's new EP on Belief Systems: ``Transistor Abuse.'' Soon to be available on 12" dj vinyl, and consumer-friendly CD limited edition. Get your logic circuits upgraded with new electro beats and a new look for Cybrid!


04 jul 2002
techno. tech-house.
industrial.
n:CODE
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Main Room:
DJ Fugu (Knees Up)
Lisa Fox (Scatter / Satellight /
Subliminal Broadcast)

Chameleon (High Jinx / Arena)
S. Ghael (A38 Records / Minimal Pleasures)

Plus dueling gladiator-monsters:
Inflatable creations by InflataBill.

Lounge:
Sage (Dark Sparkle)
Margo (Dark Sparkle)

It's a battle royale for the Independence holiday featuring gladiatorial puff-creature duels. Custom designed costume creatures will face-off, all to a searing soundtrack of techno beats.

Forget fireworks -- the real action is indoors on this night. DJ Fugu from Knees Up opens the night with tech-house. Then Lisa Fox turns it to techno and Chameleon keeps it going while the puff-creatures take the stage. Closing out the night is Sandeep, a transplant from Houston, TX with new tracks coming out on A38 Records very soon.


27 jun 2002
breakcore. electro. jungle.
breaks. industrial.
d:CODE
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Main Room:
The Luxury Tax (Under The Radar)
Jest-One (B.M.S.)
The Fresh Blend (Musica Incognita)
Bre-Ad (Exact Science / Hot Hair Care)

Lounge:
Sarin (Dekonstrukt)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)

This night, d:CODE brings you a full set of some of the best breaks DJs in the Bay Area representing a full spectrum of different styles and sounds. You'll hear electro classics, deep drum and bass and modern tech-breaks, chock-full of intense sampling and crossfader cuts.


20 jun 2002
experimental techno.
tech house. hard techno.
industrial.
n:CODE Impulse
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Main Room:
Saifir -- live PA (Electromundo)
Mark Camp -- live PA (Astronout)
Jon Gillham -- live PA (Protolab)
Raf-One (Impulse / Vehicle)
Logrey (Impulse)
Audioelectronic (CODE / Cybrid / Impulse)

Lounge:
Joe Radio (Death Guild)
Mitch (Bound)

Impulse recently celebrated it's one year anniversary of bringing techno to the masses. Join us for a special evening featuring 3 live performances and 3 djs spanning many different styles. Don't miss the debut performance of Jon Gillham, member of local live performance pioneers Protolab.


13 jun 2002
electro. breaks. industrial.
d:CODE
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Main Room:
Voltronic Rocket Society -- live PA
Terrac (Cloud Factory / DeepSpace12)
Skoop (CODE / Cybrid)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)

Lounge:
Fernando (Assimilate)
Devon (MEAT)

Skoop will start off this evening with a new tech-'lectro laptop DJ set. Voltronic Rocket Society will continue the evening with a live performance of smooth melodic electro sounds. Terrac brings in the third wave with a funky west-coast breaks set; and finally, CODE mainstay Ritter Gluck rounds out the night with his techno/industrial sounds.


Wednesday
12 jun 2002

techno. breaks.
psytrance. industrial.
MOZILLA RELEASE PARTY
Main Room:
Cybrid -- live PA (Aelectro / Exact Science)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)
Amber (CODE / Sister SF)
Ghreg (CODE / Phosphene / Spectral Concepts)

Lounge:
mang (JavaScript Stunt Team / Nephology)
Bre-Ad (Exact Science / Hot Hair Care)
Science (Step / Viberation)
Zephyr

Acrobatic and fire performances
throughout the evening by P'Revenge.

On wednesday the 12th, your faithful C0DE residents will be manning the controls at the release party for Mozilla 1.0, the all-new open source successor to Netscape Navigator, brought to you by the reptile wranglers at mozilla.org.

We'll have a live set by Electro masters Cybrid, plus DJ sets from the rest of the evil geniuses who have been bringing you all of your thursday C0DEs.

And admission is free all night! ``Free software, free admission.''


06 jun 2002

techno. industrial.

n:CODE
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Main Room:
Richard Summerhayes (Eukatech)
Amber (CODE / Sister SF)
Forest Green (Sister SF / oRGANIZED cHAOS)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory) -vs-
Darwin (Sound Police)

Lounge:
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)
Kyron_5 (Dekonstrukt)

Performances by
Romani Urban Tribal Bellydance
and Dealan-Dé Fire Performers

Don't miss this special event celebrating the release of ``Gold'', a hard techno CD mixed by CODE resident DJ Amber. CDs will be available on this night. We have special performances lined up including Romani Urban Tribal Bellydance and unique fire performances by Dealan-Dé.

Leading up this full night of techno is guest DJ Richard Summerhayes. Since 1994 Richard has been at the center of the London tech-house scene having been one of the original founders of the now famous Eukatech record store and it's host of associated labels. Check out the drumming techno set Richard has in mind especially for this night at n:CODE.


30 may 2002

electro. industrial.

d:CODE
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Main Room:
Jeff Taylor (Exact Science)
Volsoc (Pretension Records)
Single Cell Orchestra -- live PA (Asphodel)
Bass Kittens -- live PA (Pretension Records)
Audioelectronic (CODE / Cybrid / Exact Science)

Lounge:
Amber (CODE / Sister SF)
Tob (Thump Radio)

Jeff Taylor and long-time collaborator Jon Drukman (Bass Kittens) have been rocking dancefloors all over the world with their breakbeat electro funk for almost 10 years. Jeff will start the evening with a DJ set showcasing his excellent collection of techno and electro. Basskittens will be performing live, featuring the talents of their new vocalist, Danja.

Miguel Fierro (Single Cell Orchestra) is one of the most respected SF electronic artists. His releases and live appearances helped define the SF breakbeat sound all through the early 90s and into the present.

Behind Volsoc are two of the most cutting-edge electronic music producers from LA. Check out their unique sound, made up of equal parts electronic weirdness, and old school funk.

Closing out the evening, will be Audioelectronic from Cybrid, performing a digital electro/techno dj set.


23 may 2002

drum+bass. electro.
techno. industrial.

n:CODE + d:CODE
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Main Room:
Jacob Cino (Third Eye Tribe, Vancouver)
Sariah (Terpsichore Group)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)

Lounge:
Ghreg (CODE / Phosphene / Spectral Concepts)
Lx

Jacob Cino has been creating drum+bass sounds for years; expect to hear a subtle sculpture of his own material mixed in with the classics. He's visiting us from Vancouver, BC... Don't miss the opportunity to see a master at work!

Sariah and Shane will be providing the audience with the glitchy, vocoded sounds of modern electro. This will be a night not to miss!


16 may 2002
techno. tech-house.
industrial.
n:CODE
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Main Room:
Hecate (Zhark)
DJ Cadoo (Dryft / Gridlock)
Audioelectronic (Cybrid)
Lx

Lounge:
Bambule -- Gordon Sharp
(CindyTalk / Dark Matter)
Raf-One (Vehicle / Impulse / Goldcode)
Wrong? (Vehicle)
The Tourist (Vehicle)
Dave Aju (Vehicle)

Vehicle specializes in breaking boundaries between dancefloor music, and experimental listening music. Every Vehicle night is an unpredictable but excellent and impeccably mixed cocktail of styles. The constant rotation of four skilled djs behind the decks keeps changing the flavor of the mix, but their considerable skills and experience keeps it smooth and flowing.

Starting off the evening will be local producer and digital dj Audioelectronic (Audioel). Well known for his live Electro sets as part of Cybrid, and d&b/breakbeat/garage sets with Protolab, Audioel will debut a brand-new live techno set.

Expect a ripping breakcore set from Hecate, as she owns Zhark records and writes lots of her own music as well. She currently lives in Germany and is working on a collaborative release with Brian Lustmord. Gordon Sharp of the band Cindytalk lives in LA now and is the primary promoter of the Dark Matter parties, which showcase the outer edges of experimentality all the way down to ripping electro and other weirdness.


09 may 2002
drum+bass. electro.
industrial.
d:CODE
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Main Room:
Freya (Hemisphere)
Chris Burfine (Cloud Factory / FnF / Organized Chaos)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)

Lounge:
Amber (CODE / Sister SF)
Latex (Hot Hair Care)
Actual Jakshun (Hot Hair Care / incomplet)

A staunch supporter of the local drum+bass scene, Freya will unwind her own stylings of the lush, deep and dark drum+bass sounds. After that, the local Robot Resistance Fighters (chapter 510) Chris Burfine and Shane will again do battle against the forces of Evil[tm]. Using both Organized Chaos and crossfader tricks, a triumphant night is guaranteed.


02 may 2002
tech-house. industrial.
n:CODE
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Main Room:
Jesse Gonzalez (The Krate Records / Centech)
Amber (CODE / Sister SF)
Skandal (Audio Anarchy)

Lounge:
Lucretia (So What / Death Guild)
Grimace

Jesse Gonzalez mixes a blend of tech-house with a modern and mature sound that will have house-lovers and house-skeptics alike dancing for more. Trust us. DJ Skandal brings on the techno with a creativity in mixing, including scratching, that you just don't see often enough.


25 apr 2002
breakcore. jungle. industrial.
hardtek. broken beat.
d:CODE
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Main Room:
Kid 606 (Tigerbeat 6)
Aneurysm -- live PA (Switchcraft)
Sonic Noise Dojo (Terbo Ted -vs- Alan Chang)
Shortbus (Switchcraft)
396 (Switchcraft)
Zipperspy -- live PA
Hysterisis Loop --live PA

Lounge:
Optic -- live PA
White Rabbit (S.P.A.Z.)
Form_Virus (Unit / Oscillations)
L.M.N.T. (Trust)
plus special mystery guest...

Switchcraft Record Release party!

For years these veterans have been pushing the very concept of music to its extreme. Expect spooky genre-bending mixes, insane crossfader cuts, all with bass and beats too thick for words...

The artists here will cover every aspect of electronic music performance art, from banging on drum machines, ripping loops out of a laptop, turntablism and doing things with samples that would make your mother cry.

This night is also the debut of the Chaorin Sonic Noise Dojo, featuring the tortured loops of Madame Chao and Terbo Ted locked in mortal sonic combat. After three one-minute rounds, the champion will be decided!

This night promises to be a sonic treat, and nearly thick enough to eat!


18 apr 2002
psytrance. industrial.
n:CODE
[ flyer ]
Main Room:
Nikita (Red Tribe / Spectral Concepts)
Rasa (Red Tribe)
Ghreg (CODE / Phosphene / Spectral Concepts)

Lounge:
Ntula (Psycho-Synthesis)
Phreaki Boi (Psycho-Synthesis)
Rabbit
Unwoman

Red Tribe has gained a reputation for throwing some of the best trance parties in North America. Nikita, just back from a South American tour, is the powerhouse producer behind Penta. His distinctive and driving sound has caused tremors on dancefloors both locally and internationally. Rasa has been creating quite a stir as well: expect a sleek and futuristic sound, redefining the boundaries of trance and techno. Expect new material from Rasa's studio as well.

Don't miss this opportunity to see two of the Bay Area's most treasured trance artists before they get sucked up into the international scene!


11 apr 2002
electro. nu-skool breaks.
industrial.
d:CODE
[ flyer ]
Main Room:
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)
Thorfio (Warmth / Stargaze)
XJS (Sister SF / Electromagnetic)

Lounge:
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)
Mitch (Bound)

In a night of collaboration between chapters 408, 415 and 510, three robot resistance fighters show up to lend their support to the cause! Employing both electro and nu-skool breaks to full effect, a complete brain rattle is guaranteed! XJS and Thorfio will explore the funkier side, while Shane will wait and see what shadows lurk in the closet...


28 mar 2002
electro. industrial.
d:CODE + Exact Science present...
[ flyer ]
Main Room:
Instrumentality -- live (Bulbous Records)
Raf-One (Vehicle / Impulse / Goldcode)
Bre-ad (Exact Science)
Cybrid -- live PA (Aelectro / Exact Science)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)

Lounge:
Fuzz (The Box / Psy-Industries / Aural-I)
BaconMonkey (Meat / Thunderdome Tech Crew)


Beware! Exact Science and CODE present an evening of Electro. Giant audio robots once again descend upon the DNA Lounge under the control of Electro masterminds Cybrid, DJ Bre-Ad, DJ Raf-One, and local robot resistance freedom fighter DJ Shane.


21 mar 2002
industrial. techno.
jungle. nu-breaks.

$7 all night.
n:CODE + Dekonstrukt present...
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Main Room:
Needle Sharing -- live

Form_Virus (Oscillations)
Kyron_5 (Dekonstrukt)
Sarin (Dekonstrukt)
Mark Wilson (Dekonstrukt)

Lounge:
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)
Amber (CODE / Sister SF)


The Drum n' Noise craftsmanship of this project hailing from Germany is addictive and rewarding. On his first tour to the U.S., Needle Sharing is looking to set the pace for 2002. Renown for his work with Panacea both on and off stage, Needle Sharing does with Drum n' Noise what Germans do with engines: precision & power. Come and share a needle or two with us!

In the lounge, the DJs will explore the full spectrum of darkside IDM, jungle and nu-breaks.


14 mar 2002
industrial. jungle. drum+bass.

$22 advance; $25 door: buy tickets now!
d:CODE
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Main Room:
Funker Vogt -- performing live
XPQ-21 -- performing live

Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)
Joe Radio (Death Guild)
Melting Girl (Death Guild)
Fernando (Assimilate)

Lounge:
Das (Killa Subz / Urban Assault)
Siphon (Killa Subz / Urban Assault)
Hak (Killa Subz / Urban Assault)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)


This week, we're swapping rooms to bring you some live music! Come check out some aggressive industrial/EBM on the main stage from Funker Vogt and XPQ-21.

In the lounge: Jungle and drum+bass!

Tonight, the price will be $23 advance; $25 door. Advance tickets are available online at Unspun Records.


07 mar 2002
techno. hard techno.
tech-house. industrial.
n:CODE
[ flyer ]
Main Room:
Clairity (Impulse / Scatter)
J-bot (Purifide / Impulse)
Li (Viberation)

Lounge:
Conan (LGsf / Diskfunkshun)
Mitch (Bound)


This night the breadth and depth of techno will be represented by Li, Clairity and J-Bot. Responsible for the weekly techno event ``Impulse'', both Clairity and J-bot are keeping the techy pounding grooves alive and well in San Francisco. Li will put his years of experience to work exploring the deeper and darker side of both the Detroit and tech-house sounds.


28 feb 2002
electro. drum+bass. industrial.
d:CODE
[ flyer ]
Main Room:
John Selway (Ultra Records / Memory Boy / Seratonin)
Cybrid -- live PA (Aelectro / Exact Science)
Jeff Taylor -- live PA (formerly Sinistar)
Dusty Brown -- live PA (XTORT)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)

Lounge:
Sage (Dark Sparkle)
Ghreg (CODE / Phosphene / Spectral Concepts)

Start off your evening to ambient and downtempo soundscapes by resident dj Shane. Ease up the session to the energetic drum+bass sounds of Dusty Brown, and prepare yourself for an all-out electro assault as John Selway, Jeff Taylor and Cybrid pit their robot armies against each other in a massive soundclash of future-retro beats & bass.

This evening is also a release party for Ghostly International's compilation, Tangent 2002: Disco Nouveau: a compendium of the robot-disco sound as seen through the eyes of 14 contemporary electronic musicians including new music from Adult, DMX Krew, Ectomorph, I-F, Solvent, Daniel Wang, Susumu Yokota, and more.


21 feb 2002
techno. hard techno.
acid techno. industrial.
n:CODE
[ flyer ]
Main Room:
Chris Jackson (Resource Records)
Praxis -- Live PA (Technostate / Omniscient)
Amber (CODE / Sister SF)

Lounge:
Djall (House of Voodoo's ElectroLounge)
Sarin (Dekonstrukt)
Lx

Chris Jackson is the founder of Resource Records, based in the San Jose area. His label is a leader in techno, featuring a wide range of high-talent producers, with a special emphasis on local talent such as Andy W. Read more on their site.

Praxis will feature a live PA of his hard, unrelenting acid techno sound. He is a distributor for the label Forever and Beyond, and has just released his first track on vinyl.


14 feb 2002
ghetto-tech. electro.
breakbeat. industrial.
d:CODE and Sister SF present
WE LIKE BOYS III: It's a Love/Hate Thing

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Main Room:
Sister SF resident DJs 2x4 -vs- male DJs
in drag!

Seraphim (Sister SF / NOiZE) -vs-
Disco D (GTI / Intuit-Solar / Rising Sun)
Forest Green (Sister SF / Organized Chaos) -vs-
dj PUSH (True Intent / Futurebreaks FM)
Polywog (Sister SF / Groove / MTV SMF5) -vs-
Dr. Lung (Lung International)
XJS (Sister SF / Electromagnetic) -vs-
8 ball (Space Cowboys / DEA)

Lounge:
Lucretia (So What / Death Guild / BackCatalogue)
Kyron_5 (Dekonstrukt)

The infamous Sister SF theme -- drag night -- is revisited for the first time in 2002 with a special St. Valentine's twist: Sister SF residents and their male counterparts in fierce tag-team action, all in drag! Couples therapy for the battle DJ, if you will.

Two rooms of breaks, electro, ghettotech and industrial featuring a very special guest from Detroit: Disco D.

Combining Detroit influenced electro and technobass with Chicago-style ghetto house, Disco D provides a unique show behind the turntables, combining precise beatmixing with technical scratching and turntablist tricks. He has been described as a ``prodigy'' by writers at both Urb and Mixer, and his past visits to San Francisco have blown the roof off the scene. If you know anything about ghettotech, you'll realize that seeing Disco D in drag at Sister SF is going to be an ironic showdown that won't be forgotten in a hurry.


07 feb 2002
psytrance. acid trance.
drum+bass. downtempo.
industrial.
n:CODE
[ flyer ]
Main Room:
Halou -- performing live
Ghreg (CODE / Phosphene / Spectral Concepts)
Amber (CODE / Sister SF)

Lounge:
Fernando -vs- Ritter Gluck
tag-team extravaganza

Halou's music ranges from drum-and-bass and downtempo soundscapes through crooning, etherial pop music reminiscent of Cocteau Twins and Portishead. Their fantastic live show augments their electronic sound with cello, acoustic double bass, and drums.

Halou goes on at 10pm, so get here early!

After the band, we'll have psytrance from Ghreg and acid trance Amber. Plus, up in the lounge, an industrial tag-team set from Fernando versus Ritter Gluck.


31 jan 2002
electro. breaks.
breakcore. industrial.
d:CODE
[ flyer ]
Main Room:
Form_Virus (Oscillations)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)

Lounge:
Unwoman
Phreaki Boi (Psycho-Synthesis)
Ntula (Psycho-Synthesis)
Rabbit

Form_Virus, known better to many as Joseph Sandoval, has been at the forefront of dark electronic music for years. He travels to Germany and Europe several times a year for the various music festivals (Machinenfest, WGT, Hands, etc.) that showcase cutting edge artists. He has followed as the flavor in the scene turned from the realm of distorted, heavy techno into syncopated explorations in rhythms and sound. He will be playing for us some of what he has found in his travels and correspondence with the artists.


24 jan 2002
techno. jungle. industrial.

n:CODE + d:CODE
[ flyer ]

Main Room:
BiPole (Viberation)
The Fresh Blend (Musica Incognita)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)

Visuals by BiPole

Lounge:
Mitch (Bound)
Random (Full Circle)

17 jan 2002
psytrance. industrial.

n:CODE
[ flyer ]

Main Room:
Dreadly Duo Tag Team: Witchdokta + OC
(Full Circle)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)
Ghreg (CODE / Phosphene / Spectral Concepts)

Lounge:
Joe Radio (Death Guild)
Sage (Dark Sparkle)

10 jan 2002
drum+bass. nu-skool breaks.
electro. industrial.

d:CODE
[ flyer ]

Main Room:
Science (Viberation)
Canton (Ontology / Baku)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)

Lounge:
Kyron_5 (Dekonstrukt)
Sarin (Dekonstrukt)
Mark Wilson (Dekonstrukt)

03 jan 2002
techno. psytrance. industrial.

n:CODE
[ flyer ]

Main Room:
Joe Lanzon (Future Fridays)
Amber (CODE / Sister SF)
Ghreg (CODE / Phosphene / Spectral Concepts)

Lounge:
Fernando (Assimilate)

27 dec 2001
jungle. drum+bass.
industrial.

d:CODE
[ flyer ]

Main Room:
4Real (Breakbeat Science NY / Groundscore)
Seraphim (Sister SF)
Jest-One (B.M.S.)

Lounge:
Sage (Dark Sparkle)
Margo (Dark Sparkle)

20 dec 2001
hard techno. hard trance.
industrial.

n:CODE
[ flyer ]

Main Room:
Dragn'fly (Epiphany / Teknique)
Keith Edwards (Solid Grooves / Stereophonik)
Amber (CODE / Sister SF)

Lounge:
Kyron_5 (Dekonstrukt)
Sarin (Dekonstrukt)
Mark Wilson (Dekonstrukt)

13 dec 2001
jungle. drum+bass.
industrial.

d:CODE
[ flyer ]

Main Room:
Megatron (MechaSOUL / KALX)
Caliban (Noc Noc / FnF / Cloud Factory)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)

Lounge:
Fernando (Assimilate)

06 dec 2001
synthpop. trance. industrial.

n:CODE
[ flyer ]
[ flyer ]
[ photos ]

Main Room:
VNV Nation
Icon of Coil

Fernando (Assimilate)
Melting Girl (Death Guild)
Joe Radio (Death Guild)
Ghreg (CODE / Phosphene / Spectral Concepts)

29 nov 2001
acid trance. acid techno.
hardcore. industrial.

n:CODE
[ flyer ]
[ photos ]

Main Room:
Amber (Sister SF) -vs-
Vertigo (Bay Area Underground)
Ethan (FnF)
Sir Nod (Cloud Factory / FnF)

Lounge:
Devon (Thunderdome Tech Crew)
Rob-Ot (Full Circle)
DJ Fuzz (The Box / Psy-Industries)

22 nov 2001
jungle. drum+bass.
industrial.

n:CODE
[ flyer ]

Main Room:
Sifu (Thermal Recordings / Canvas Records)
r3 ACH (a.r.m. / FnF)
El Juan (High Jinx / Technostate)

Lounge:
Fernando (Assimilate)

15 nov 2001
electro. beats & breaks.
industrial.

d:CODE
[ flyer ]
[ photos ]

Main Room:
Disco D (G.T.I.)
Cybrid (Aelectro / Exact Science)
Bre-Ad (Exact Science / Hot Hair Care) -vs-
Coop D'Ville (Mr. Brown)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)

Lounge:
Sage (Dark Sparkle)
Margo (Dark Sparkle)

08 nov 2001

n:CODE

psytrance. techno.
breaks. industrial.

Main Room:
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)
Ghreg (CODE / Phosphene / Spectral Concepts)
Jeremiah (Spectral Concepts)

Lounge:
Joe Radio (Death Guild)
Decay (Death Guild)

01 nov 2001
psytrance. techno.
breaks. industrial.

n:CODE + d:CODE

Main Room:
Ghreg (CODE / Phosphene / Spectral Concepts)
Dov (Eyephunk)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)

Lounge:
Kyron_5 (Dekonstrukt)
Sarin (Dekonstrukt)
Mark Wilson (Dekonstrukt)

19 oct 2001
psytrance. techno.

n:CODE
[ flyer ]

Main Room:
Planet B.E.N. (Flying Rhino)
KoweSix (MoonBoutique)
Ocelot featuring Antigravity Device
d (Alchemy)
12 oct 2001
breaks. electro.

d:CODE

Main Room:
Adam Ohana (Eyephunk)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory)
Terrac (Cloud Factory / DeepSpace12)
05 oct 2001
industrialized
trance/techno.

n:CODE
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Main Room:
DJ Philth (Download / Plateau / Skinny Puppy) -vs-
raVen Lynch (Genitorturers / Enochian)
DJ Bat (Xorcist / House of Usher)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)
Shane (CODE / Epiphany / Cloud Factory) -vs-
Sir Nod (Cloud Factory / FnF)
28 sep 2001
breaks. drum+bass.

d:CODE

Main Room:
Dom Some (Forward Thought)
Andrés Octavio (Illegal Beats / Stress Collective)
The Geometrist (Ripe Sound / DEA)
Clockwork (Hektic)
Dov (Eyephunk)
21 sep 2001
psytrance. techno. breaks.

n:CODE
[ flyer ]

Main Room:

Record Release party for
American Rotation.

Main Room:
Live:
Data Entry (Hadshot / ZMA / Spectral Concepts)
Wormfood (Spectral Concepts)
DJs:
Ghreg (CODE / Phosphene / Spectral Concepts)
Rinsl Vinly (Spiral Rising / SpectralPsy)

Lounge:
Jeremiah (SpectralPsy / Spectral Concepts)
Rob Rayle (Bufo / Koinonea)
Nikita (Penta / Redtribe / Spectral Concepts)
Tendril (Spectral Concepts)
Masonic & Dob (Thump Radio)

14 sep 2001
techno. electro-funk.
nu-skool beats.

d:CODE
[ flyer ]

Main Room:
Live performance by:
Sinistar (Exact Science)
Bass Kittens
Tag team dj set by:
Joe Rice & DJ Bre-Ad (Exact Science /
Circuit Breaker)

Visuals by Protoscape

07 sep 2001
psytrance. techno.

n:CODE
[ flyer ]

Main Room:
Vajra (Eyephunk)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)
Amber (Epiphany / iamthedj.com)
31 aug 2001
drum+bass.
nu skool breaks.
electro.

GROUNDSCORE
@ d:CODE

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[ photos ]

Main Room:
Andy C (Ram Records)
Sage (Phylum / Phunckateck / Groundscore /
Eklektic)

JuJu (Phunckateck / Phuturo)
Star Eyes (B.A.S.S. Kru / Eklektic / Groundscore)
UFO! vs 4Real (Groundscore)
MC Duh (Eklektic / Phuncktion)

Lounge:
Science (Viberation)
Felix the Dog (Groundscore / In Flight)
Shane (CODE / Cloud Factory / Epiphany)

24 aug 2001
breaks. electro. ambienttech.

EYEPHUNK BREAKS
@ d:CODE

[ flyer ]

Main Room:
Meat Katie (Kingsize Records / Whole 9 Yards)
Tipper (Fuel Records)
Dom Elton (Fuel Records)
With Eyephunk Breaks residents:
Adam Ohana, Anon, Dov, girLie8, Vajra

Visuals:
girLie8 (Eyephunk / Echolocation)
Phoenix (form8 / SYNTH)
Scott Pagano (Interrelated Arts / Blowup!)

Lounge:
Crunch (Musik Aus Strom)
Kid606 (Mille Plateaux / Tigerbeats)
-- Live set!
Brian (form8 / SYNTH)
Alex Windsor (Eyephunk / Ambitextrous)
BvDub
With Echolocation residents:
Anon & girLie8

17 aug 2001
psytrance. techno. breaks.

n:CODE
[ photos ]

Main Room:
Terrac (Cloud Factory / DeepSpace12)
Amber (Epiphany / iamthedj.com)
Plateshifter (Otherworld / FnF)
Sir Nod (Cloud Factory / FnF)
10 aug 2001
breaks. electro.
drum+bass. industrial.

d:CODE
[ flyer ]
[ photos ]

Main Room:
el Juan
Re ACH
Cybrid
Forest Green

Lounge:
Kyron_5 (Dekonstrukt)
Sarin (Dekonstrukt)
Mark Wilson (Dekonstrukt)

03 aug 2001
psytrance. techno. breaks.

n:CODE

Main Room:
Jeremiah (SpectralPsy)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)
Rasa (Redtribe / Love Projectors)
27 jul 2001
breaks. electro. drum+bass.

d:CODE

Main Room:
Anon (CODE / Eyephunk)
Adam Ohana (CODE / Eyephunk)
Dov (CODE / Eyephunk)

Lounge:
Shane (CODE / Cloud Factory / Epiphany)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)

20 jul 2001
psytrance. techno.
breaks. industrial.

n:CODE
[ flyer ]

Main Room:
Ghreg (CODE / SpectralPsy / LoveProjectors)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)
KJ (Eyephunk)

Lounge:
Kyron_5 (Dekonstrukt)
Sarin (Dekonstrukt)
Mark Wilson (Dekonstrukt)

13 jul 2001
psytrance. techno. breaks.

DNA Lounge
Grand Reopening

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Main Room:
Ghreg (CODE / SpectralPsy / LoveProjectors)
Ritter Gluck (CODE / Infinite Kaos)
Anon (CODE / Eyephunk)

Lounge:
Zach Baum
Shane (CODE / Cloud Factory / Epiphany)
Soma Blue


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