Osiris Indriya, Juno Reactor, Joujouka, Sugizo in Tokyo – August 3, 2013

Ageha Main Stage

Osiris Indriya will be performing tracks from his new album pool-side at the biggest night club in Tokyo on August 3, 2013. WAKYO label group and FUSION FOR PEACE PRODUCTIONS have joined forces to create a massive multi-room event at Ageha to celebrate recent releases by label artists including Juno Reactor, Gudni Gudnason, and Osiris Indriya.

Official event page:

WATER stage at Ageha

WATER, the Pool-Side stage at Ageha where Osiris Indriya will perform.

Here is what Resident Advisor has to say about Ageha:

Ageha is a nightclub located in Tokyo’s Bay Area Shin Kiba. Opened in 2002 and outfitted with Octagon speakers, it’s renowned for its sound. The main dance floor is called Area, and has a capacity of approximately 2,400. You can also enjoy music at the bar space Island, the outdoor poolside stage Water, the multi-purpose warehouse Box and, in summer, there’s even a beach built exclusively for the season.

While the club holds extensive techno and electro nights on weekends, on weekdays the space is used as a live music venue under the name Studio Coast. To get there via public transportation, you can take the free shuttle buses running from Shibuya and Roppongi all night and the venue is a five minute walk from the last stop, Shin Kiba, of the Yuraku-cho subway line.


Ageha Time Slots - Juno Reactor, Joujouka, Osiris Indriya

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For a detailed description and walk-through of the club, see the Ageha home page:


Photosynthesis Festival – July 19-21, 2013



Osiris will be playing a set of original music, featuring new creations from the forthcoming album, “I, Aeternal”, due out one week after this event, along with some newer dance and chillout creations.

Invitation from the folks at Photosynthesis Festival:

The Photosynthesis family is very excited to be able to invite you back to the Makah Nation for Photosynthesis Festival.

This year’s event will take place where earth, sky and water form into the glorious Hobuck Beach Resort.

Hobuck Beach is a very sacred place for the Makah Nations. For thousands of years it has been used for ceremony and community gatherings.

It is at this place that we join our Makah brothers and sisters in a celebration of music and art in the hope that we can share our values and the culture of our peoples.

In an effort to bring a focus on the local Northwest community and its wonderful underground arts culture, it has become the intention of the Photosynthesis producers to remain committed to supporting new and innovative artists.

We feel the lineup for 2013 represents a cross section of the greater Northwest’s dance culture. Many crews, families and communities were called forth to present to you the collective creative potency of your own community!

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