The Crosssroads festival of electronic music, art and new and multi-media takes place in Brisbane (Australia) this Saturday December 6. For those not in Brisbane, Crossroads has teamed up with Pulseradio to broadcast the event live via the internet, so you can tune in no matter where you are!
Thanks to DJ de la Haye who hosts the show E.A.S. Traxx on Sundays from 4-8pm, Pulse Radio and venue The Winery at West End, Crossroads will be broadcast live from 7pm to 4am Qld time (8pm -5am Vic/NSW time or from 9am UK time) Saturday 6 December 2003.
Crossroads will feature all styles of electronic music, such as ambient, breaks, drum and bass, house and techno. This great event will showcase both Brisbane and Australian talent, and is one not to be missed. If you're in Brisbane grab a ticket for Crossroads ($12 presold or $17 on the door) from Butter Beats, Gooble Warming, Rocking Horse Records, Funkidori & Phat Stuff. The event goes from 6pm til 5am at the Winery this Saturday. Check the talent, straight out of Brisbane!
Crossroads lineup Special guests: Bionikworld (Melbourne), Sub Bass Snarl (Sydney), Dave Basek/Junkbeats (Byron Bay), Bubble & Squeak (Melbourne) and Justin Mullins (Maleny).
Locals: lowkey+nude, Kid Kay Ferris, D-KO, Sanyasa, Miss Brown, Onioncak, Anthony Miller, Lectre, Stater & Waldorf, Musiq for Pleasure, Mox, Teshnik, Sketcha, Geeza and Electronic Artists Society DJs Don Meadows and Kim de la Haye.
Visual artists: Ashling (EAS), Simulcast (EAS), Enchanted Forest, Strictly & Lowdown (Resin Dogs), Axel Brandle, Ceraebird, Fluidmotion Visuals, Inkahoots, Malese, Pixalate, Lawrence English, Michelle Oxenham a.k.a. Mox, Lucille Korponay, Chris Ahern, Melissa Anderson, Svenja Kratz, Sarah Oxenham, Maylyn Teh and James Holbert.