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nine09 records

Nine 09 Records is an Australian electronic music label

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Groove Scooter Records

Working out of Sydney, Australia, Groovescooter is a two person outfit, operating as an independent record label, hard disk recording studio, production team and remixing service. As well as presenting a weekly radio show, Groovescooter offers services in media and promotions, including original music production, biographies & web copy. The label's first outing was in 1999, featuring 15 electro groove tracks from Australian artists called Beatscootin.

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L'Audible / Impermanent audio

Established by caleb.k in 2000, impermanent.audio is concerned with the performance of new musics, focused hearing, still contemplation of abstract audio and the action of listening itself. To date impermanent.audio has produced over fifty evenings of sonic experimentation in new improvisation, computer mediated digital audio and acoustic research. The website has links to other sound art artists information, and details of the impermanent audio events - visit http://laudible.net for more details

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Pacifica Vinyl Services

Pacifica Vinyl Services is a Vinyl and CD services company - vinyl manufacturing, vinyl distribution, remix production, radio edits and reproductions, dj mix and compilation production, final mastering. visit http://www.pacificarecords.com.au for more details

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TaikOz drummers

Taik Oz drummers / performers - East & West, old & new, drums & flutes combine in shows of staggering energy, endurance and strength. visit http://www.taikoz.com for more details

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Parramatta Sun

Parramatta Sun - Parramatta's community newspaper

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disorientation in June : Donna Hewitt, Julian Knowles, Pimmon

Disorientation is a monthly night of electronic audio-visual performance at Lanfranchis Memorial Discotheque in Chippendale. The event aims to present innovative work by both established and emerging electronic artists while simultaneously expanding the audience for such work. June's artists include Terre Thaemlitz (USA), Pimmon, Donna Hewitt & Julian Knowles Team Australia. Read more or visit http://aliasfrequencies.org/disorientation for more details.

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LoveBomb : TERRE THAEMLITZ Lectures and Performances around Aus

Terre Thaemlitz (USA/Japan) is an award winning multi-media producer, writer, public speaker, educator, audio remixer, DJ and owner of the Comatonse Recordings record label. For the better part of a decade, Terre Thaemlitz has been at the beating heart of electro-acoustic and computer based musics, completing a role as one of the central figures of the ambient scene of the mid-nineties. His work critically combines themes of identity politics - including gender, sexuality, class, linguistics, ethnicity and race - with an ongoing critique of the socio-economics of commercial media production. This
diversity of themes is matched by Thaemlitz' wide range of production styles, which include electroacoustic computer music, club oriented deep house, digital jazz, ambient, and computer composed neo-expressionist piano solos. Terre Thaemlitz is in Australia to present his Lovebomb performance - read more for details on Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne lectures/performances.

Camera Obscura features >>backup festival<< films in June

This month's Camera Obscura plays host to the screening programmes from the 2003 >>backup_festival : new media in film<<. Started in 1999, the festival traces "the convergence of new media and the medium of film". In 2003, the festival received 1,100 entries submitted by artists from 44 countries. Screenings of a selection of the main programme, backup.award, and a special selection of experimental music videos, backup.clipaward will take place. As a side note, the call for entries for this year's Backup Festival 2004 closes on July 15. (http://www.backup-festival.com). read more or visit http://obscura.lanfranchis.com for more details on the other film showings

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Free Tickets to International Festival of Cinema and Technology

The International Festival of Cinema and Technology will be holding two independent film festival events this month which are both free of charge. For tickets, just email dmin@ifct.org">admin@ifct.org including attendee names, and which city you plan to attend. You will receive a confirmation that your tickets are reserved. The IFCT Brisbane and Sydney events are part of the IFCT 2004 World Tour which is also taking place in London, Orlando, New York, and Toronto. Please visit www.ifct-tour.org/australia.htm for more information on both city's film line-ups and screening schedules. Films participating in the festival originate from around the world and represent "truly independent cinema."

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Clatterbox

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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