Well – we finally have some first names for this years mainstage!
They’re going to be officially confirmed during the next couple of days – but the GIF below may give you some little hints … Any ideas?!Post a comment
The first time i met Douglas Greed was back in 199sth – DJiing in his livingroom called Kassablanca in Jena. In 2005 we released his first 12″ on Combination Rec – some more followed. Later he found his home at his roomates imprint Freude Am Tanzen / Musik Krause. No wonder he performed at the Open Source Festival a few times already… His latest release “When A Man Sings On A Track” descripes best what makes him so unique as a person and producer: a combination of deep darkness and humor without getting silly! A thin line… When A Man Sings On A Track is now available at FatPlastics.
Laurent Garnier: “Douglas Greed “when a man sings…” – is the most exciting House track i’ve heard this year — i’m gonna hammer this monster everywhere”Post a comment
The Open Source Festival 2012 is over …
Highest time to say thank you.
We want to thank everyone who helped us making this possible.
We want to thank all the amazing artists for a great day of superb music.
We want to say thank you to the weather god!
And we want to thank every single one of you for joining us.
We hope you had a wonderful day with many great and even small things to discover.
And we hope to see all of you back in 2013!Post a comment
New Video by SIZARR – the up and coming band from a small town from south Germany has just performed at Sonar Festival in Barcelona – without even a debut album in their pockets. Music journalists and concert audiences have rarely sung from the same song sheet to such an extent: Wow, more of it! And you will get it all, on the Main Stage at the OPEN SOURCE FESTIVAL. Make sure to come early – Sizarrs boarding time at OSF 12: 15:00 cet
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“The Descriptive Camera works a lot like a regular camera—point it at subject and press the shutter button to capture the scene. However, instead of producing an image, this prototype outputs a text description of the scene. Modern digital cameras capture gobs of parsable metadata about photos such as the camera’s settings, the location of the photo, the date, and time, but they don’t output any information about the content of the photo. The Descriptive Camera only outputs the metadata about the content.”
And this are some exapmles of motives – and the camera’s interpretation:
Images & text taken from Matt Richardson’s websitePost a comment
Right on time for the Open Source Festival 2012, one of the already confirmed acts gets ready to take it to the next level.
Breton are going to release their first LP ‘Other People’s Problems’ this month …
As a first teaser (for the album AND the festival) here comes ‘Plastic Boxes’ – as a free download on XLR8R!Post a comment