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March 14, 2009 @ 8:00 am - March 15, 2009 @ 5:00 pm
Come join us for installment #4 of Chilluminati’s reoccurring one night event!
Prepare yourselves for a night of audio pleasure in 2 rooms, ranging from chill to progressive to psytrance, delivered by Chilluminati’s own.
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Featuring: STEREOGRAPHIC (Discovalley, Manic dragon / BRAZIL):
The project Stereographic is carried out by the musician Andre Santana Camargos. His career is highlighted by playing the some of the largest festivals in the world, including Universo Paralelo and full MOON festival. Andre has been a psytrance producer
since 2001, and his project gained more shape and quality in 2004. Stereographic was one of the first producers of underground music in Brazil and in AMERICA. His music is played by a large number of respectable djs around the world.
The style can be defined in 2 lines: Stereographic side a- full on night high-tech ,fat bass, deep atmospheres and melodies – and Stereographic side b – night, dark, harder sound, also with fat bass, efx and obscure atmospheres.It’s a combination of dancing and reflection.
Live PA link:
Primordial Ooze //LIVE PA\\ (Milwaukee/Chicago //Chilluminati/Divine Balance Records\\)
DJ sets from:
Kaiser Soze (Milwaukee //Chilluminati/Divine Balance Records\\)
SOT (Chicago//Chilluminati/Divine Balance Records\\)
Derby (Chicago //Chilluminati\\)
Shai (Chicago //Chilluminati\\)
Energon (Chicago //Chilluminati/Rendezvous\\)
Ascension (Dubuque //Chilluminati\\)
Zero SiX (Danvers //Chilluminati\\)
8-10 – Ascension
10-12 – Zero Six
12-2:30 – Primordial Ooze LIVE
2:30-4 – Stereographic LIVE
4-6 – Derby
6-8 – Shai
8-10 – Energon
11-1 – Shai
1-2:30 – Derby
2:30-4:30 – Energon
4:30-6 – Ascension
6-8 – Zero Six
8-10 – Kaiser Soze/SOT
The event will take place at the historic Hub Ballroomwww.thehubballroom.comnear Peoria, IL.
The Historic HUB Ballroom has a rich history of famous and notable performers. For starters The
HUB has been traditionally known by the ballroom dancers of the Midwest as the place for big
bands and ballroom dancing since 1938. Some of the Big Bands to grace the HUB’s stage, just to
name a few are Duke Ellington, Glenn Miller and his orchestra, Cab Calloway and Lawrence
Welk (10 x’s and a HUB favorite). While the parents were upstairs enjoying the sounds of all the
contemporary big bands, their teenagers were downstairs experimenting with a new sound called
Rock ‘n’ Roll. Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Holly and his band the Crickets, The Turtles, The
Outsiders are just some of the Rock ‘n’ Roll bands they enjoyed. Buddy Holly and The Crickets
played the HUB one week before his tragic death in 1959. There have also been a number of
great country bands like The Confederate Railroad.
The Historic HUB Ballroom is a charming facility with most of its original character intact. The
HUB is famous for its legendary 5,500 sq. ft. floating Maplewood dance floor.