New Oracle Gatherings Youtube Channel – Relive the Legend

Founded in the summer of 2001, The Oracle Gatherings were a series of 23 electronic dance music, visionary art and workshop events produced to celebrate the themed cards in The Oracle Gatherings Tarot Deck. In response to the warehouse rave culture that was popular at the time, The Oracle Gatherings were designed to be more uplifting, beautiful and life-changing by combining underground electronic dance music with visual and performance art, educational workshops, chai tea lounges, and ritual ceremonies.

Thanks to this new YouTube channel, you can relive the magic of three of the Oracle Gatherings’ most legendary midnight Prayerformances:

There is also a playlist of 19 community videos posted to YouTube by participants at the events to get a sense of what it was like to be a member of this community.

VIDEO: Ancient Future – Sacred New Year’s Eve 2014-2015

Friends and family gathered in Seattle for a sacred celebration in the stunning Queen Anne United Methodist Church/The Well: a universal rite of passage honoring the close of 2014 and the amazing possibilities arriving with 2015. Rafe Pearlman and guest musicians, dancers and spiritual guides, including Osiris Indriya, created a live fusion of sacred song and intentional ceremony, releasing any attachments from the past and invoking a special intention for the coming New Year.

Rafe Pearlman and 10th House Light Center presented a Sacred Night of Ritual, Chant, Dance, Music, Meditation and Celebration

Featuring performances by:
Rafe Pearlman (voice/songs/prayers/chants/poetry)
Aradia Sunseri (ritual dance)
Osiris Indriya (kabbalistic meditation / original electronic dance music)
Rabbi Olivier BenHaim ( kabbalistic invocation)
Daniella White (crystal bowls)
Kiymbah Tytania (live Oracular Divination)
Zia Sunseri (cacao ceremony)
Jemilla Goldstien (whirling dervish)

The Ancient Future Band:
Rafe Pearlman (vocals/guitar)
Mark Fauver (electronic live music/keys)
Ahmad Yousefbeigi (middle eastern percussion)
Mark Dalton (bass guitar)

Artist Links:
http://rafepearlman.com/
http://aradiasunseri.com/
https://osirisindriya.com/

Production and promotional support from:
http://10thhouse.org/

Ageha Studio Coast

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

Ageha Tokyo Yokohama

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:
http://wakyo.jp/special/fft_juno2013/

Ageha Studio Coast
Osiris Indriya performs at the poolside Water Stage at Ageha night club.

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.

Ageha Time Slots - Juno Reactor, Joujouka, Osiris Indriya

Official event page:
http://wakyo.jp/special/fft_juno2013/

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.

For a detailed description and walk-through of the club, see the Ageha home page:
http://www.ageha.com/