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CAJID tour: melbourne, wagga, bendigo this weekend

cajid media produces and distributes audio/visual and web-based works of art, concentrating on australan experimental sound and video. Their first releases are intimacy, by thembi soddell and static tones, by bruce mowson. They are looking for more high quality material to release (audio, video, dvd, web) and encourage interested artists, male and female, to contact us regarding submission of works. visit http://cajid.com or read more for details. CAJID tour melbourne, wagga, and bendigo this weekend

Deluder "Omniality"

Release Date 1st August 2005 by Deluder Records. According to deluder 'Omniality' is 'the state of combining all things' and his stunning debut is just that: illustrating genres and scenes don't have to be as closely segregated as they often seem. He's a producer who'd love to avoid being pigeonholed, but does he really think it's possible? "People feel the need to categorize music" admits deluder "which I can understand, but sometimes it isn't the most constructive thing you can do for a artist, label, club or scene. I aim to get people saying 'yeah, but deluder makes house, progressive, breaks and chill too, not just trance!', which is true, but realistically most people will probably think of 'Omniality' as a trance album - because it's so damn melodic. I guess that's the one common theme throughout." mp3s and more information are available from http://www.deluder.net

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Electro Noise Industrial Performance DEMUS LIVE NITE

Catch noise veteran Bastich rip out some hard power electronics, recently Melbournized Mystral Tide dishing up chilled EBM tokyo style, and the superb intense industrial assault of Cassandra's Myth. Live, Local and Underground. August 12th 2005 at Absinthe: Esco (388 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy Melbourne). 9pm! Tickets at door $10. A night of cold, danceable darkness, hard beats, aggressive synths, riffs from hell and emotive melodics. read more or visit http://www.tidalportal.com/DEMUS for more details

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Thomas Brinkmann in Australia

For your pleasure ** THOMAS BRINKMANN and TBA in Australia ** Liquid Architecture presents Thomas Brinkmann (Germany) Live, plus Natalie Beridze aka TBA, (Germany) Live at the Public Office, Melbourne, Saturday July 2nd, 2005. Also featuring Steve Law launching his new Zen Paradox CD and a huge line up of local live artists. Plus visual artists and vj performances throughout the night. read more for details or visit http://www.liquidarchitecture.org.au/la6-program/

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certificate at the vic/melbourne

Dane Certificate will play the Vic hotel on Saturday the 4th June after returning from a tour in Albury supporting Magic Dirt. The Vic has had its wall knocked down and a new p.a in place.

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dane certificate at the empress melbourne

Melbourne's one man band 'Dane Certificate' will play at the Empress in North Fitzroy Melbourne, with the amazing 'Talkshowboy',on the 29th June. Certificate will be launching video clip GONE on a projection that night.Starts 9pm.

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Dane Certificate

Dane Certificate is going on tour beginning from Melbourne, starting with Albury/Wodonga on the 31st May,2005, supporting MAGIC DIRT, at SODENS HOTEL, playing the following night at Charles sTURT Uni's Sloshed Cod, and continuing to Sydney Venues, returning to Melbourne to plat at several venues with several supports, including TALKSHOWBOY.

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Free Play '05 announced

Free Play: The Next Wave Independent Game Developers' Conference, July 15-17, 2005 @ Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Flinders St, Melbourne, Australia. Free Play '05 will be Australia's 2nd independent game developers' conference. Free Play caters for independent and DIY game developers, game modders and mappers, creatively frustrated professionals, game development students and digital artists from every state in Australia. Its aim is to bring together these communities in a forum that is financially reasonable, with a programme developed by the communities themselves. read more or visit http://www.free-play.org for details

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