The 18th edition of Evoke is over. And it has been a gorgeous party! We saw great releases, djs and live acts all night long and interesting seminars on Saturday. We hope, that you had as much fun as we had!
A big thank you to everyone who made this party possible!
Just like the last years we are looking forward to your feedback: please, get in touch with us on all the small and big things we could improve. How did you like the new chairs and the nearly exaggerated cleaning of the toilets?
Evoke is live! Everything is built up and even the first visitors are here.
If you would like to follow the party we have set up a live coverage page for your pleasure.
We will try hard to make the SceneSat stream available again. Beneath that we have some official twittering by us plus your thought on the party (use the #evoke2015 hashtag). In addition the page features the upcoming events from the timetable plus #evoke2015 photos from Instagram.
And don't forget to add our ical calendar to your favorite calendaring software to keep up with what is happening at Evoke. We will try our best to update it when bigger delays should occur.
Feel free to share the Evoke spirit with the world!
Posts tagged this way might show up on our social media wall (the small screen on the right side of the main screen). So do posts to the pouet oneliner (find out) or to our irc channel.
Friday night is the traditional time for Dino to show his finest selection of demoscene productions!
The playlist will feature highlights of the last year as well as his personal favourites of the last decade.
Enjoy Dinos Derbe Demoshow Friday after the opening.
To honor the special occasion of our 18th edition we would like to remind or guests that are younger than us (anybody under 18) to please contact us before arriving at evoke to deal with the neccessary paperwork and some other special perks.
We are looking forward to seeing you!
After we brought you the news about our headliner, it's time to announce the full musical lineup for this year's Evoke! So, over the weekend, we will have following live artists and DJs playing for you: Bullet/Lego, Goto80, Lord/Spreadpoint, Lug00ber, Rktic, and our residents Black Maiden Hi-Fi. Read all about the artists here.
As the only party where "Rob Is Jarig" managed to win a democompo (in 2008), this year we decided to honour the floor-shaking soundtrack of the timeless PC demoscene classic. Or, to be more precise, to let it be honoured by YOUR remixes. Show us your best tracker interpretation of the song and see whether people flock to the stage to shake their bones to it! You are only allowed to use the original samples. Read more about the compo rules here.
Evoke is not just about sitting infront of computers and enjoying their outputs on the bigscreen - we also want to give you food for ears, legs and brain. So, we are happy to announce our first batch of live artists and seminar conveners for this year.
As our musical headliner, we are very happy to have the legendary Goto80 (of Up Rough! and Hack'n'Trade fame) playing on Friday night. Goto80 is a Swedish old media artist and researcher who works with music and text. He was one of the pioneers of the new 8-bit music movement in the 1990s, after starting in the demoscene, and now makes music for performances and records, games, demos, movies and art projects. Goto80's music is like a low-res explosion of styles, ranging from lush ambient and cheesy pop to furious datapunk and complex beats.
30 years after the birth of AMIGAAAAA Sebastian Bergmann will give a seminar on how to free your old amiga from the attic and how to connect it to a modern world of highres displays, broadband internetconnections and afordable flash storage. A close to two decades ago Sebastian mothballed (figuratively, not literally) his Amiga 1200. Over the years he often wondered what it would take to "resurrect" his amiga. In march of this year he finally went heads first into the adventure of bringing his amiga back. In his seminar, Sebastian will give an detailed overview of how far he has come and what he found out is needed to make an amiga play nicely with nowadays peripherals.
The unofficial preparty Prevoke is happening in 2015 again!
Just like the last years those of you who arrive on Thursday already can gather at the Chaos Computer Club hacker space in Ehrenfeld to chat and have a beer. There is even an option to sleep there.
Take a look at the Prevoke website for details! And thanks to Topy for organizing!
The amount of 35 Euro remains (and has not changed since 2009!) and is effective for all visitors. For whatever sex, that is.
There are rebates for long distance travellers and youngsters (details to follow).
In addition we would like to encourage you to back Evoke by buying a supporter ticket.
Please, see the entrance fee section for details.
The party is approaching and finally it is about time to raise the curtain for 2015´s website!
We will need a little bit more time to add all the information you are so eagerly waiting for. But in the meantime register, so that your friends and group mates know you are coming!
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