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"Habitat" Environmental Sound Research, nominated for 2003 DMA

A shortlisted nomination in the 2003 Australian Dance Music Awards, Clan Analogue and Creative Vibes present.. Habitat - Environmental Sound Research. After a gestation period spanning decades, the long-awaited Clan Analogue compilation Habitat resonated into existence in September 2002. Habitat received extensive airplay on public radio such as Melbourne's PBS-FM, who nominated it CD-of-the-week, and exceptional critical acclaim in publications such as TRM, Drum Media, Cyclic Defrost and Time-Out. As a shortlisted nomination in this year's Australian Dance Music Awards, Habitat: Environmental Sound Research is now starting to generate the interest which it deserves amongst the record buying public.

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Clan Analogue gets defocused with new compilation CD

Clan Analogue Recordings is proud to announce the release of its newest compilation CD, "Defocus". Three years in the making, "Defocus" brings together a hugely diverse collection of low resolution electronic productions from artists across Australia. Anti-production, incidental noise, low bit-rate recordings and recordings and analogue tape dropouts make sporadic appearances throughout the release, resulting in a CD that invites listeners to question their received notions of electronic production and to locate the sound inside the error messages. For more information visit www.clananalogue.org

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Popcorn Taxi - Watch the films, Meet their makers!

Wednesday October 29th - 7:30 pm : MULTI AWARD WINNING FILM EDITOR JILL BILCOCK ASE, one of the creative forces behind the BAZ LUHRMANN "Red Curtain Trilogy" STRICTLY BALLROOM, ROMEO + JULIET and MOULIN ROUGE, plus ROAD TO PERDITION, THE DISH, MURIEL'S WEDDING, EVIL ANGELS, HEAD ON, ELIZABETH and most recently JAPANESE STORY. http://www.popcorntaxi.com.au

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Around the Galleries - Newcastle exhibitions

Around the Galleries highlights upcoming gallery exhibitions in Newcastle. Check out www.ArtsHaus.com.au/gallery

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Team Plastique Suck

Team Plastique held a cd launch for their new release "SUCK" on October 11. http://www.team-plastique.com/suck.htm - visit their website for details on where to get your copy as well as photos of their latest antics

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TOTEM 1 : A PUBLIC COMMUNITY ART PROJECT

This Wednesday - October 15th marks the 50 year anniversary of

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AFTRS NICHE MARKETING: SCREEN PACKAGING & PRODUCING SEMINAR

SATURDAY 18 & SUNDAY 19 OCTOBER : This weekend, Chris Auty, CEO of major UK production and finance outfit, The Film Consortium, will join leading Australian film industry players to examine problems confronting the industry and explore solutions, with emphasis on niche markets, at the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS). Visit http://www.aftrs.edu.au for details.

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Lost at Sea : Sydney Harbour Cruze

LOST @ SEA Harbour Cruze - Friday 24th October DJ Freestyle (Brisbane) Andrew Burge, Illya, Jilbert, Alan White, Mendoza & Robby K ONLY $22 - From 8pm to 2am After party held at Bohem Lounge. contact www.breakevencrew.com for details

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THE SECOND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE FUTURE OF THE BOOK

Following the success of the 2003 conference, held in Cairns, Australia, the Book Conference 2004 will provide a forum for participants in the book publishing industry, librarians, researchers and teachers from around the world to discuss the future of the book. The conference will include a mix of keynote address, paper, workshop and colloquium sessions, with speakers discussing topics as varied as: the effects of print on demand and ebooks; the future of the book from a library perspective; emerging standards for electronic and printed books; learning in the electronic age; trends in reading and literacy; and strategies to enhance the viability the publishing industry. Beijing, China, 29-31 August 2004 : http://www.Book-Conference.com.

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Creative Volunteering Workshops in Newcastle

The new Hunter Region Course timetable of Creative Volunteering Workshops: Six nationally accredited one day skills development workshops at only $25 each. The course is made up of six self-contained one-day workshops that focus on the day to day and practical challenges that face every community based organisation where volunteers do most of the work. Topics such as: Networking in the Community; Carry out Business Planning; Develop Funds + Resources; Work with Collections; Undertake Marketing; Plan + Program Events. Read more for details or contact Regional Arts NSW - Creative Volunteering @ http://www.regionalartsnsw.com.au/projects/c-vol/c_vol.html

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DEAD in sydney

A good dog is a bad dog is a dead dog

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Openspace Brisbane

OPENSPACE is about safe walls, music, skateboarding and a general "get together" of creative minds. Last time OPENSPACE got heaps of artists in a warehouse to paint it up. Open to all forms and styles of creativity. BYO : paint, stencils, stickers.. etc.

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Tribal Shift : 25th October - Outdoor Party

From the crew behind last years biggest one night outdoor party, ASTROPHYSIA, comes a party to top them all! Presenting for the very first time ever LIVE in Australia, one of the biggest and most popular acts currently out of Europe...HYPER FREQUENCIES (Mechanik Sound Records/Mac Ben Music, France) exclusive Australian show + DJ sets from NEUROMOTOR (aka Thy-LAN) (Aka E.S.X.S., Plastyk Elephant, Crazy Lion's Cult, Master Mind /Spain), Gill Beraud (France) (Aka Hyper Frequencies, Crazy Lion's Cult), Illusion Of Self Live (Tribeadelic Records, Melbourne), Luke Psywalker (Digital Psionics Records, Byron Bay), Franny (Demon Tea/Sundance Records, Byron Bay). Read more for full details or visit http://www.australiens.net/tribalshift/

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last frigid sunday 28th sept - 7 years on

Frigid, the weekly electronic music Sunday nighter, is sadly coming to an end on September 28. The last Frigid will feature Sub Bass Snarl, Ollo, Prince Valium (of The Herd) and Clark Nova for one final mashup of old favourites and new necessities. In it's seventh year, Frigid has been showcasing both local, interstate and international quality electronic and hip hop artists to Sydney audiences. Don't miss the last night.

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Electrofringe Shop details

Combining Electrofringe, Sound Summit, National Young Writers, Radio Active, Student Media and Critical Animals, the event will bring together Australia's key arts, music and new media figures and international guests for 5 days of panels, workshops and live gigs. This year, there will be an official TINA shop, where product from artists and associated speakers will be available to purchase. If you are interested in having your product sold at the TINA Shop - please email Tim Colman at shop@thisisnotart.org for more details.

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