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WOBBLE

A new monthly night of psychedelic funkyness, exploring tripped out sounds for your mind and moneymaker. Sat 26 July. Dj

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HOWLfest - women's creativity festival in Newcastle

HOWLfest is a festival of women's creativity happening in the lovely coastal city of Newcastle, NSW 28 Jan - 1 Feb 2004. HOWLfest aims to promote women who perform original work, independent artists, women who have not had the opportunity to perform or exhibit their work before, as well as established artists in all forms of creative expression - music, film, art, theatre, spoken word etc.

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What's On @ The Zoo, Brisbane (Tues 15/07-Sun20/07)

Band listings from Brisbane's live music venue

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Melting the Razor Wire

A jazz concert to raise funds for asylum seekers in Australia. Does it get any better than this? Vince Jones, The catholics, and Jackie Orszaczky. Three great acts donate their talent for a great cause at Sydney's top live music venue, The Basement, on Sunday 20 July. All funds raised will go direct to help asylum seekers in Australia who are escaping religious or political persecution.

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THE LOOP ORCHESTRA TONIGHT + more from theNOWnow

this week
TONIGHT Sunday, July 13 // MEMORY LAPSE the Loop Orchestra

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2004 DIY Music Festival Call for Entries & Sets Prizes

Deluxe Prize Package and Showcases Slated For Festival's Third Edition

LOS ANGELES
(July 11, 2003) _ The 2004 DIY Music Festival is now
accepting entries for its annual awards ceremony and showcase, which teams top independent talent with nationally-recognized acts as part of the 2004 DIY Convention in Los Angeles.

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ISEA Symposia Guidelines & Call for Bids

> The series of symposia known as the International Symposium on
> Electronic Art was initiated in 1988 to create and maintain an
> international network of organizations and individuals active in the
> field of electronic arts. In 1990 this network took shape as an
> association, founded in The Netherlands, called the Inter-Society for
> the Electronic Arts (ISEA).
>
> ISEA was established to oversee the continuance of the symposia and each

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B-Boy Crumbs, Katsu, Takashi & Thomas Hergenroether to judge Aus BOTY @ State Sport Centre, Sydney Olympic Park

[ Australia's break dancing finals are being held Sat August 9th @ State Sport Centre, Sydney Olympic Park with judges Thomas Hergenroether, founder of international BOTY comp, along with B-Boy Crumbs (Style Elements Crew / Tribal Clique/USA), Katsu & Takashi from Japan. Promising to be a sell-out event (so get your tix early), this is your chance to see Australia's best breakers in action as they vy for the honour of performing at the world finals later this year. ]

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Ladies First, female hip hop night @ Bar Broadway, Sydney, 15/05/2003

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Photos taken at Ladies First, female hip hop night @ Bar Broadway, Sydney, 15/05/2003

event listing from inthemix.com.au

http://www.inthemix.com.au/news/aust/10038/tmpl_news.php

The women of hip hop will take center stage at Bar Broadway on Thursday 15th May at Ladies First , a night dedicated to showcasing and paying well deserved respect to some of this countries leading ladies of hip hop.

The night kicks off with a screening of 'All the Ladies', a 25-minute documentary by Colleen Hughson and Mary Quinscara (AKA MC Q), about women in Australian hip hop.

review : Scratch World Tour 2002

The Scratch DJ Tour hit Sydney with the arrival of hip hop legends Q-Bert, Jazzy Jay and J-Rocc. All these guys have been major influences in the hip hop community and are revered by up & coming and established turntablists/hip hop producers alike.

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Oliver Ho @ Tech-ni-kal

Tech-ni-kal
Chinese Laundry, Sydney
Friday July 19th 2002

If you're not familiar with the Sydney techno clubs/nights, Tech-ni-kal is held fortnightly at Chinese Laundry underneath the Slip Inn on Sussex St in Sydney. Tech-ni-kal, as the name suggests is a night of techno, electro and ghetto tech featuring plenty of the techno world's favourite visiting international & national djs as well as live artists and local djs. There are two rooms, the main room and the cave - the comments you're most likely to hear about the venue is that it gets crowded pretty quickly and the ceilings are very low - it creates an intimate vibe, though often it's hard to find a spot to yourself on the dance floor if you like your personal space.

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