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Undergrowth

UNDERGROWTH ::: {we live not underground, but in the undergrowth} ::: A nu world is growing through the cracks of the old in UNDERGROWTH, a quarterly PDF digizine being launched in early 2004, UNDERGROWTH will feature an ongoing collection of some of Australia`s cutting edge guerilla ontologists using science fiction as a medium of exploring consciousness and playing mind games with what they find. From sustainable eco-tek communities to shamanistic modes of perception on the street and the youth culture of tomorrow - UNDERGROWTH is the sprouting of a new wave of writers and artists and a new type of psyence fiction as cyberpunk becomes psyberdelic... visit http://groups.yahoo.com/group/undergrowthdigizine/ for more details

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UNDERGROWTH

UNDERGROWTH
{we live not underground, but in the undergrowth}

A nu world is growing through the cracks of the old in UNDERGROWTH,
a quarterly PDF digizine being launched in early 2004, UNDERGROWTH will feature an ongoing collection of some of Australia`s cutting edge guerilla ontologists using science fiction as a medium of exploring consciousness and playing mind games with what they find. From sustainable eco-tek communities to shamanistic modes of perception on the street and the youth culture of tomorrow - UNDERGROWTH is the sprouting of a new wave of writers and a new type of psyence fiction as cyberpunk becomes psyberdelic.. This mailing list is to facilitate and nurture the development of the UNDERGROWTH COLLECTIVE for the production of the quarterly digital magazine - UNDERGROWTH.

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endoPHONIC

endoPHONIC home of cactusman/greg jenkins & richard wilding - sonic texture and spatiality manipulators

endoPHONIC - music for your inner ear

An electronic/acoustic/organic fusion with influences running the
gamut from ambient to bleeding edge classical music, endoPHONIC
present a live mixture of pre-digested and improvised material
that ensures each performance is a distinctive event. With
elements including home-made MIDI controllers, electronic
transformations of acoustic sound sources and real-time software
synthesis the emphasis in each performance is on the exploration
of sonic textures and wefts. The result is a swirling morass of
haunting sonorities and addictive beats.

endoPHONIC is greg jenkins and richard wilding. Both are graduates
of the Queensland Conservatorium of Music and have together worked
on various film soundtracks and as part of the composer's

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Contemporary Arts Organisations of Australia

Regional Arts NSW

Regional Arts NSW : Projects & Creative Volunteering

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This Is Not Art festival

This is Not Art is an annual music, arts, youth festival held in Newcastle, Australia

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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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"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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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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