woktherock on 10/25/2012 at 02:45PM
Indonesian Netaudio Festival is an offline event hold by the Indonesian Netlabels Union. The festival involves all Indonesian netaudio agents, observers, and listeners in Indonesia. Besides being a social gathering among netlabels, artists and fans, the event will also involve offline file-sharing, selling merchandise for fund-raising, discussion, workshop, film screening, and live music performance by artists who release their albums through the Internet. This first festival will also mark Yes No Wave Music's fifth anniversary.
Indonesian Netlabel Union is a collective movement of Indonesian netlabels that aims to create a network among netlabels and to introduce the local netlabels to the public also to be a vessel in evaluating music discourses in the era of information technology. The early steps include releasing compilation album series simultaneously on 1 January 2011. Five active netlabels that took part in the compilation are Hujan! Rekords, Inmyroom Records, Mindblasting, Stone Age Records, and Yes No Wave Music. Indonesian Netlabel Union also opened an offline booth for sharing and merchandising at RRREC Fest #2 in Jakarta, 3–5 December 2011.
Date: 16-17 November 2012
Location: Yogyakarta, Indonesia
For further info and updates, visit: http://www.indonesiannetlabelunion.net
1pm - 11pm, 16 November 2012 at Kedai Kebun Forum, Yogyakarta
Music Sharing as Cultural Empowerment
Speakers: Nuraini Juliastuti (media researcher, KUNCI Cultural Studies Center), Ari Juliano (the director of Creative Commons Indonesia), Anggung Kuy (artist, Bottlesmoker) and Wok The Rock (Yes No Wave Music)
- Online Radio Workshop with Hujan! Radio and Pamityang2an Qwerty Radio
- Fundraising & Offline File Sharing
- Film screening: "PressPausePlay"
4pm - 11pm, 17 November 2012 at LAF Garden, Yogyakarta
Artists: Seek Six Sick, Frau, Bottlesmoker, Sangkakala, Serigala Jahanam, Belkastrelka, Dream Society, Sodadosa, Creo Nova and Terapi Urine
#INFGIG2: Mashup Party
11pm - 2am, 17 November 2012 at Oxen Free, Yogyakarta
Artists: TerbujurKaku, Uma Gumma, Lintang Enrico, Fyahman
Yogyakarta is an ancient city in Indonesia, the centre of Javanese culture where traditional arts intersect with contemporary arts. November is a high season in Indonesia, so if you're around in town, feel free to join the festival.