Ozora Festival 2014
29.7 - 3.8 2014, Ozora, Hungary
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Hardly any Trance festival experienced such a meteoric rise like Ozora did during the past decade: From a familiar gathering of only 700 freaks in 2004 it grew exponentially to one of the most popular open airs of our scene, attracting around 15.000 visitors last year.
For sure you know somebody who went there or perhaps you have been there yourself- and so you know that everybody who returned from this festival was really enthusiastic about it!
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Main Stage 2013
K.I.M. "Zero One Music Label Showcase #2" 24/01/2014
radiOzora.fm K.I.M. "Zero One Music Label Showcase #2" The new monthly radio show brought to you by one of the most exciting and freshest labels on the scene. Tune in for live and dj sets from the label's impressive roster of artists: GMS, Earthling, Soundaholix, Everblast, Chromatone, Wrecked Machines, Touch Tone, Poli, Mack, Tron, K.i.M, Growling Machines, 1MG, Justin Chaos, Brian Sentient, Digoa, Adalamoon/DJ Moon, Paul Taylor, Telekinetic & Celli. K.i.M (Joakim Fogelmark) passion for music started already at an early age, spending most his money on Metal and 70′s rock records. Got his first guitar when he was 9 and started bang on a drum kit at the age of 11, and throughout his teenage years play in various bands. Got his love for Psy trance when one of his friends took him to his first party back in 93, and got completely blown away by the music and the atmosphere. But it was not in till 1999 now based in London he first got a copy of logic and between 99 to 2002 was producing Psy trance and djing in various parties around the Globe. In 2002 lot’s to do with work, time in the studio was harder to come by, and he also started to produce techno and minimal house. Got a few releases throughout the years and in 2009 started to work on a album. But this was all about to change on a christmas eve 2010 in Goa when his house was robbed and lost everything he every piece of music he ever made (even with multiple backups). With no computer and no way of making music! The natural result is to get together with other people in the studio and what other music to be made in Goa then Trance. The year after he set up the Ratcave studio in Vagator Goa and over a six month period he wrote a bunch of new tracks and had a chance to work with lots of different producer. And K.i.M was born. There was a few realises with Earthling in 2011 on the digital download charts but his debut ep was with grasshopper rec in feb 2012 and was extremely well received. And this summer the hard work is paying of, having one of the main slots at Ozora, doing a live set At Voov and a second tour of Japan. With a very busy release schedule this year and a forth coming album on Zero one music the future looks very promising for K.i.M. K.I.M. on SoundCloud: @joakimfogelmark K.I.M. on Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/KiM/205813276119940 Zero 1 Music: zero1-music.com/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/zero1music SoundCloud: @zero1-music
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OZORA Festival 2013 (Official Video)
“I see festival culture and visionary art as empowering a sense of their being a planetary civilization. It has to be imagined before it can come about. Right now we can only imagine the worst scenarios, the commotion rather than liberation. What already exists in many people’s hearts is a sense of unity with humanity and with the life web. Just common sense, ethical principles, that the violation of them is crashing the planet. And so any emergence of a planetary civilization, new means of addressing these common problems, you know, will have to be invented. It is going to be through a creative visionary imagination that solutions will be brought about. Not anything else. This is the generation really that is seeding a planetary civilization. There are many tremendously genius minds alive today imagining new solutions to some of our mega problems. All of these things, you know, whether it’s visionary art or festival culture, all of these things are important to birthing hat is an underground intelligence. I think of it like the mycelia, all of us are like the mycelia interconnected underground, you know, and then occasionally it fruits out in a festival. The underground intelligence is worldwide and it’s fruiting all over with very similar kinds of things we call the Love Tribe. We need to be conscious and do what each of us can, but we also need to hold some degree of faith, and loving whatever happens day by day, because we’re the creators, or the authors of our story about our lives.” – Alex Grey in O.Z.O.R.A. Festival 2013 (Official video)