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SUPER MASSIVE @ Beach Hotel (Byron Bay)

Super Massive play @ Beach Hotel, Byron Bay shows
Sat 11th & Sun 12th Nov

read http://www.aliak.com/node/2444 for more details or visit www.myspace.com/supermassivesounds

SUPER MASSIVE @ Beach Hotel (Byron Bay)

SUPER MASSIVE play @ Beach Hotel, Byron Bay shows
Sat 11th & Sun 12th Nov

read http://www.aliak.com/node/2444 for more details or visit www.myspace.com/supermassivesounds

Super Massive - Huge new electro/rock sounds

The drummer formerly known as Bryan Ferrysexual has shifted into high gear song-writing wise and screeched out of 70s funk and into the shimmering future of funky dance-based, electro-rock music on this new leg of his spectacular musical journey. Grab your friends and come along for the ride! .............

Formed in 2006, and Sydney based, Super Massive have played a handful of shows around Sydney at venues such as Spectrum, @Newtown, The Excelsior Surry Hills, Lansdowne and the Agincourt Hotel.

They will be playing two shows at the Beach Hotel, Byron Bay, this Saturday 11th November, 9:30pm, and Sunday 12th November at 4pm, with special guest appearance by The IT Boys, featuring 3K Short (MGF), returning to Sydney to play The Annandale Hotel on November 16.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/supermassivesounds

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Subterran

About Subterran

Subterran is a work in progress. We are an events and music organisation based in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, S.E.Qld, primarily involved in outdoor music events with an environmental focus. Subterran aims to push the outdoor party format deeper. Our belief is that to stay true to the original intention of outdoor dance parties: earth reconnection and exploration of fringe electronic music, the culture needs to start connecting and giving back to the earth in action, not just intention, and to be able to reinvent itself to match the high pace of evolution of electronic music. Subterran is committed to pushing environmental and community intentions to the forefront, and also to showcasing exciting new music.

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Earthdance Global Festival for Peace

On September 17 and 18, Melbourne and Sydney unite with 200,000 people dancing for peace around the Australia and the world. In conjuction with the United Nations World Peace Day, Earthdance creates global unity through the creative platforms of music, art and self expression. Earthdance is a global movement which unites socially and environmentally conscious people in more than 50 countries around the world in a celebration of peace and community.

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Beatroot - new release from Soup due September

"Beatroot" (the edible root of the beat), Soup's new 14 track album will be released on September 11th on Invada Records. You can catch Soup performing at gigs around Australia on his tour from September - December. read more or visit http://www.sampology.com/ and http://www.invadarecords.com for more details.

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uLTRA pSYCHEDELIC f0REST d00f

Strange Music Society presented by -sMs- Easter Long Weekend** uLTRA pSYCHEDELIC f0REST d00f - Saturday 10th April, 2004. DJs: Luke Psywalker (Digital Psionics -Byron Bay) , Franny (Demon Tea/Sundance) , GETTAFUKT (Giiwa Recs - Byron) , RaptoR (Mechanik Sound), BeKa (Turbo Trance Records, France), TracT (Strange Music Society), Sam I Am (Dadastream), Ming D (Yak n Yeti), Femme (Blue Sol), Mash, Psyanide<>Daheen

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TKCB - Its Not a Drug, It's a Lightshow

TKCB - Its Not a Drug, It's a Light Show

Travelling KaleidoscopiK Candle Bonanza, or Damo as he is known by his friends has being hiding behind the scenes in Brisbane for longer than most of us have being listening. Specializing in light as an artistic medium, Damo started out by doing "cans" and "spots" for some of Brisbane's more rock and punk orientated bands before moving into rave and dance culture. Responsible for many shows at some of Brisbane's earliest "old school" parties, he programmed lights and rigged bank upon bank of strobe and other rave orientated effects at parties such as NASA, Creation, Adrenalin and Black Out at venues such as The Site, B.E.C (Nasa/Adrenalin) and The Roxy.

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