Label: Melbourne Underground Development - MUD003 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: Australia • Genre: Electronic, Hip Hop • Style: Acid, Abstract, Big Beat, Glitch, Techno, Electro, Drum n Bass
Every Picture Tells a Story were a series of all-night electronic dance music festivals held at different venues in Melbourne. Losers Lounge - Ringo Starr - Sentimental Journey / Beaucoups Of Blues Heidi John and Richard John started a series of warehouse, rave parties.
In they formed the Melbourne Underground Development M. From to the parties were held at the Global Village in suburban, Footscray. Some 21 such parties were held until the year Aside from live electronic musicians and DJs, the festivals featured And More - Various - Every Picture Tells A Story: Volume 3 animation, performance artists and visual art.
Each festival used a collective of artists such as the Mutoid Waste Company  and DJs who together formed the local underground techno movement. They all work together, they all connect, they are in one mindframe.
That's what started this party. Christine Siokou described the local rave party scene of toshe noted that Every Picture Tells a Story "parties aim for an all-ages crowd" and that their "capacity crowds" show that "the thousands of young people attending raves associate, to varying degrees, with a raver identity". The event was due on 16 to 18 Aprilbut was cancelled due to council restrictions. A warehouse day-night event took place instead on 17 April at the Melbourne Docklandsshed 4.
Global Village was a warehouse complex in an industrial area of Footscray, named by Richard John of M. Once the Docklands Cotton Mill, the huge warehouse space was lying unused and was discovered by Woodman in ;  he recognised its potential as an arts and events space.
Global Village was the first And More - Various - Every Picture Tells A Story: Volume 3 its kind in Australia, and possibly the world - a local council approved venue that allowed for total freedom to create any style of event without noise restrictions or hours of operation.
It hosted a range of events, from a Melbourne Fashion Festival show, art exhibitions such as Mind a Maze and dance parties. Over sixty events were held, and the final, Shut-Down, party was held on 22 February The afternoon of the party, the building's owners attempted to stop it taking place by locking the organisers out and putting security guards in place.
However, due to its popularity and the size of the crowd, and the fact that no problems had ever arisen at previous events, the police allowed the party to go ahead fearing a riot may take place if they intervened. Woodman described Global Village as "artistic hub of like-minded people that came to dance, laugh, and express themselves in a safe, inspirational environment that was unique to the 90's.
This was too big for one or two artists to handle; it needed 20 artists to make the thing come together. Melbourne journalist and former editor of Zebra dance music insert in Inpress magazine, Andrez Bergen aka Little Nobodydescribed the venue: "Global Village was one of the most important semi-institutions in Melbourne in the mid '90s especially.
The crew behind Global Village, namely M. It also gave audiences the opportunity to see these guys because at more mainstream parties or Fuga, De Cosas De España De Manuel Ponce - Andrés Segovia - Andrés Segovia more mainstream music was played. She continued, "It's true that Every Picture parties always seem to attract quite a younger crowd, but — as per usual — there was stunning decor, a great venue, and great local acts.
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