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ENZYME 7 - Live experimental industrial and electonica in Melbourne. Friday Nov 28.


Non profit underground music entity DEMUS, is proud to announce...

FRIDAY 28th NOV 2008
Blue Velvet - 60 Smith Street Collingwood
8pm Start - $8 at Door

Live music performances by:

SAROPHONY
http://www.myspace.com/sarcophony
Melbourne based Industrial Metal producer is releasing his new CD "TV is Bad For You" on the night, featuring remixes from local and international artists, and rare tracks.

DJ SARCO vc DJCMYTH
Will be playing sets of local music, tracks from the Sarcophony release and a dark range of other goodies.

DJ INFECTIOUS UNEASE
http://www.infectiousuneaseradio.com
Need we introduce the wide ranging Noir tastes of the founder of Infectious Unease Radio?

MxDxM
http://www.kostar8.com
http://www.myspace.com/kostarproductions
MxDxM (aka K.O. StaR) specializes in creating Underground Electronic Metal Dance Music. MxDxM's approach is based on simplicity and minimalism.

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LIVE PERFORMANCE OF EXPERIMENTAL + NOISE + ELECTRO + DARK AMBIENT + POWER ELECTRONICS + BREAKCORE

A rare night of live local Melbourne extreme, intense, creative and underground music!
Live: Noistruct, Nothinghunger, BasticH, Manticle & Doll Disorganation, Digital Assassin, Mystral Tide
Lounge Sunday 27th May 7.30pm - 243 Swanston Street Melbourne CBD - LIVE PERFORMANCE OF EXPERIMENTAL + NOISE + ELECTRO + DARK AMBIENT + POWER ELECTRONICS + BREAKCORE

A rare night of live local Melbourne extreme, intense, creative and underground music!

Live: Noistruct, Nothinghunger, BasticH, Manticle & Doll Disorganation, Digital Assassin, Mystral Tide

DJs: TBA

Venue: Lounge Bar Club Cafe , 1st Flr,243 Swanston St, Melbourne

Tickets: Free entry before 8pm, $4 @ Door, $3 with Flyer

Time: 7pm - 12am

Sound: Loud!

Melbourne is proud to unleash some of its local talent at this evening of unique music.

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