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New Directions In Music Tech At Siggraph

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Email Campaign to lobby against introduction of tafe fees

an email campaign to lobby the Premier of NSW to NOT
introduce course fees for TAFE has been setup - read more for details

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Throbbing Gristle reforms in 2004

Chris Carter, Peter Christopherson, Genesis P-Orridge and Cosey Fanni Tutti will briefly regroup to present RE~TG, a weekend of music, art, film and performance culminating in an exclusive set by the cult industrial band Throbbing Gristle. The location will be Pontin's Holiday Resort, Camber Sands, near Rye, England. RE~TG will take place on 14th-16th May 2004. Also expected for 2004 is a new Throbbing Gristle CD compilation entitled "The World According To Throbbing Gristle". Scheduled for release in 2004 on Industrial Records, it is an introduction to those previously unfamiliar with the sound and world that is Throbbing Gristle. More details to follow, check the band's website for more info.

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Side-Line recruits reviewers / journalists

Time has come to add some fresh blood to our editorial staff! In order to be qualified to join our staff, people need to have a background of our scene, preferrably DJ's, radio activists or journalists, and need to have appealing writing skills. Contacts in the music industry are a welcome extra. As well as already being serviced by various record companies for your current activities on the scene. Geographical location is not important as such, though living in Belgium (preferrably near Brussels) could be a plus. If you think you fit this description, send an e-mail to: with all of your details, your current favourite bands and an example of a review / interview you have made. We look forward discovering your talent!

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The Girls In Space report

The Girls In Space report written by Anita Egginton, has been posted on the Yspace web site at in the "New Resources" section. The focus of the Girls In Space action research has been, since 1996, to explore young women's recreation and leisure interests in public spaces in Brisbane. The women that this research is focused on are aged 12-25. The audience for this piece of work is diverse.

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