On Sat, May 30th, there’s a “special electronic erotic ball” with Pan!zen Soundsystem and Subversive Soundsystem in the main hall of the Mt Tabor Legacy, which will have “penty of bass and wood floors to stomp on!”
This is part of something called the “Electronic Body Movement: Red-Zone”, but it’s really this “special electronic erotic ball” part which makes me wonder how much electricity there will be and just how they use it to move bodies. Maybe this is an event where wearing something that’s a natural insulator, like PVC, isn’t just a fashion statement, but a safety device?
It’s sliding scale from $5 – $15 which is pretty reasonable, since, after all, you’ll probably have spent a whole lot of money on that PVC, won’t you?
There’s also live experimental electronic entertainment every 2nd and 4th Thursdays for free in the Mt Tabor Legacy Lounge called the Subversive Zone, with 4 acts each night and a collective jam at the end. (I actually went to this last night, but couldn’t stay for the whole thing. But, it was loud, noisy and fun!)