Song Competition

AuStrALiA's DeADliEst tALent qUeSt.....
"Cyanide Idol" is open to any original song or spoken word about issues relating to cyanide-leach mining and Lake Cowal. (this can include topics such as dangers of mining, corporate greed, theft of Indigenous land, protection of water ways, impact of mining on communities...). there's stacks of prizes to be won- movie ticktets, cds, gift vouchers and more. Plus all entries get to go on the CD. All styles of music welcome. For more information on the issues and for inspiration check out the website www.savelakecowal.org

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Improvised music from Japan

Improvised music from Japan label

Circuit bending resource site

links to circuit bending sites and artists

Database of experimental music resources

It is hoped that this database will house as many online resources for experimental music as possible. This is divided into seven sections: digital music, festivals, labels, performers, radio, shopSpaces and magaZines. An eighth section, links, leads to other sites where more detailed information about specific types of music may be found

Australian Music Centre

The Australian Music Centre publishes Sounds Australia magazine twice a year and is an invaluable resource to Australian composers of varying music genres

1/4 Inch with music software (AudioMulch) creator Ross Bencina

1/4_Inch is proud to present another wild night of entertainment on Thursday 29th July from 8pm. This event will showcase 3 Interstate artists and promises to be more lively than a feral monkey with fleas. Artists performing on the night are Ross Bencina (Melbourne), Scott Sinclair (Brisbane), and Hydatid (Brisbane)

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clatterbox believes that the creation of experimental musical instruments plays a vital role in the development of unique musical cultures. The clatterbox.org website has been created to document and explore experimental musical instrument building in Australia. visit http://www.clatterbox.org for more details

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Mixing It @ BBC Radio

Mixing It has long been celebrated as a bastion of experimental music radio. It covers a wide range of styles, including left-field areas of modern classical, dance, rock and world music. Hosted by Robert Sandall and Mark Russell.


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