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Clan Analogue shifts into Doppler gear

Clan Analogue, Australia's premier electronic arts collective, is completely freaked out to issue forth their new compilation Doppler Shift: electro selections (catalogue no. CA034). The new CD is rammed full of the latest electro selections from the cream of Australia's electro and synth-pop artists. Available through Australian distributors Creative Vibes, look for Doppler Shift at all record stores across the electro-magnetic spectrum from july 5th 2004. read more for more information or visit www.clananalogue.org

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Switch Vs McGuyver - "Big Banana" - Beat Code 004 released May

Pulse Radio's Switch Vs McGuyver's debut release on Beat Code will be released next week. Keep an ear to the ground for "Big Banana". catalog# Beat Code 004 is available now via Covert and SWAG, plus others including juno, primal etc first week of May. It's already receiving rave reviews from those in the know, so you better be quick if you don't want to miss out on your copy. click here or copy this link into your mp3 player to listen to a preview of Big Banana

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"Habitat" Environmental Sound Research, nominated for 2003 DMA

A shortlisted nomination in the 2003 Australian Dance Music Awards, Clan Analogue and Creative Vibes present.. Habitat - Environmental Sound Research. After a gestation period spanning decades, the long-awaited Clan Analogue compilation Habitat resonated into existence in September 2002. Habitat received extensive airplay on public radio such as Melbourne's PBS-FM, who nominated it CD-of-the-week, and exceptional critical acclaim in publications such as TRM, Drum Media, Cyclic Defrost and Time-Out. As a shortlisted nomination in this year's Australian Dance Music Awards, Habitat: Environmental Sound Research is now starting to generate the interest which it deserves amongst the record buying public.

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Clan Analogue gets defocused with new compilation CD

Clan Analogue Recordings is proud to announce the release of its newest compilation CD, "Defocus". Three years in the making, "Defocus" brings together a hugely diverse collection of low resolution electronic productions from artists across Australia. Anti-production, incidental noise, low bit-rate recordings and recordings and analogue tape dropouts make sporadic appearances throughout the release, resulting in a CD that invites listeners to question their received notions of electronic production and to locate the sound inside the error messages. For more information visit www.clananalogue.org

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freeNRG : notes from the edge of the dance floor

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freeNRG : notes from the edge of the dance floor - AliaK

AliaK spoke with Graham St John regarding his new book about Australian electronic music community, travelling sound systems and DiY party culture.

GRAHAM ST JOHN : EDITOR AND COMPILER OF "freeNRG : notes from the edge of the dance floor" @ FRIGID (HOPETOUN HOTEL, SYDNEY)
SUNDAY 17 MARCH

"Late Set" from Clan Analogue`s Dark Network

Dark Network is a collaboration between Bo Daley and Tim O`Loghlin, who have been working together in various musical incarnations since 1994. Having also worked in seminal outfits such as Critical Frequency, Clone, Terry Nation and Suspect, Dark Network have an impressive pedigree in Australian electronic music and are part of the Clan Analogue collective. Together they compose seductive lo-fi electronic improvisation pieces based around a hub of rare and remarkable analogue machines. For more information, visit : www.clananalogue.org, www.darkwork.net & www.cvibes.com

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Team Plastique Suck

Team Plastique held a cd launch for their new release "SUCK" on October 11. http://www.team-plastique.com/suck.htm - visit their website for details on where to get your copy as well as photos of their latest antics

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New Aussie production duo grab Digweed

Australian production duo Arcane Rhythm exploded onto the scene last week when John Digweed, arguably the world

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