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Honto featuring Electric Universe and Peter Didjital!

Author: newz@transfusion
Thursday, September 28, 2006
Spring has sprung, and it's time to grab your next installment of Sunny and Earthcore's psychedelic trance outing Honto. Set for 7th October at Brown Alley and featuring two of the greats of the psytrance and progressive scenes, this party is not to be missed!

Boris Blenn, founder of the Electric Universe project has enriched dance floors across the globe for well over 10 years. Established in 1991 in Hamburg, Germany, Electric Universe debuted as the second release on DJ Antaro's label Spirit Zone Records. His singles "Solar Energy" and breakbeat monster "Online Information", and the consecutive albums "One Love"and "Stardiver", were well received and spawned gigs at trance parties around Germany, and later the world. Characterised by infectious uplifting energy and of course making people dance, Electric Universe has sold well over 150,000 records to date, and made his way into the history books as one of the most enduring producers of the trance scene. 2006 has seen the ninth Electric Universe long player "Silence in Action" as well as a collaborative album with Space Tribe "Electric Space Phenomena" available now on

Peter Didjital has been active in the Swedish underground dance music scene since the early '90s. Starting out as an avid party-goer, he lept into party promotions in 1994 and by '98 had started managing Son Kite. In 2000 he established Mpdqx Publishing and Booking Agency, and since then has gone from strength to strength, running the label Digital Structures and the booking agency Mpdqx Bookings, as well as DJing, which has brought him to play at clubs, parties and festivals around the world.

Honto sees killer local support from Bionic Empire (live), Spiz (has gone completely mad set), Suntribe (full shower set), Humanzee, plus in the disco harem Cecille, Luke McD and Gavin Keitel; wicked sound, chakra aligning installations, fancy lights, funked up and fresh crowd.

Honto continues to deliver a underground party experience covering genres ranging from electro, trance, breaks and everything in between. Cheap but not nasty price all cooked and delivered but without the bonus steak knives.

Next Honto December 1 features Michael Mayer and Numanoid (Tsuyoshi Suzuki).

1st release tickets $18 + bf (50 only) and 2nd release tickets $30 + bf (100 only) via
Final release $35 + bf via Inacoma - Fitzroy + Ringwood, Alley Tunes - Hawthorn, HMV - Bourke St. More at door!