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Trance - Localizer 1.0 article by Holger Kalweit

Trance - Localizer 1.0 article by Holger Kalweit

DJ Damage - myspace bio

Having first fused with his decks in 1992, and being the proud owner of a comprehensive wax collection that was started almost 10 years earlier, DJ Damage's obsession with music and turntable skills left no one in doubt about the path his music career would take. Over the years this passion has provided the opportunity to work with some of the forefathers of the Brisbane/Australian Hip Hop scene as well as some of Brisbane's finest jazz & funk musicians.

"We call it Techno" documentary dvd - Germany

We Call it Techno google video :

http://www.sensemusic.de/ - WE CALL IT TECHNO! tells the story of a tempestuous phase in music history, the first time that pop culture was created significantly in Germany. With exclusive interviews and comprehensive, mostly unreleased film and photo archive material from the years 1988-1993! - OST: http://www.discogs.com/release/1388974

Eurodancehits.com dance dictionary

Eurodancehits.com dance dictionary is a dictionary of Dance Music genres from 1995, originally from AUTOBAHN RECORDS newsletter

attached page archived 25/04/2209

4ZzZfm Market Day archive page

4ZzZfm Market day archive page

4ZzZfm Market Day 2008 - no Market Day held in 2008

4ZzZfm Market Day 2007 - no Markey Day held in 2007

Market Day 2002 Bananageddon
Market Day 2002 was held on October 26th at Davies Park in West End.

The artists that played on the day were:

Zed main stage
After a traditional opening ceremony

the KT26ers, Doch, Japunga, the Aampirellas, Rival Flight, Women in Docs, Furious Turtles, Vicious, Further, Mess Hall, Brides of Frank, Sekiden, Anubian Lights, Celibate Rifles, Sixfthick, Ed Kuepper, Spiderbait

All star tattoo stage
the Vagrants, Dr Octopus, New Settlement Rogue, Mouthguard, King Mungi, Sakkuth, Gazoonga Attack, the Disables, Post Life Disorder, the Quickening, Conation

Doof tent
Paul Abad, Emetic, Collapsicon, Symbiotek, Klika, Team Plastique, Kid Kay Ferris, Aniki, Original Drum Click, Bubble and Squeak, the Nam Shub of Enki, Mark N (Bloody Fist Records)

Groove inn

DJ Edwin - ITM interview

interview with DJ Edwin on ITM - by Miss Wright 15/02/2007

page archived 16/02/2009 - see attached (right click to save file locally - there will be an error if you try to open in another web browser page/tab)

DJ Cam - audio recording of chat

Brisbane Dance Parties Archive - DJ Cam interview part 1 - original - original recording - needs editing 14/09/2008

mp3 download

Brisbane Dance Parties Archive - DJ Cam interview part 2 - original - original recording - needs editing - recorded 14/09/2008

mp3 download

Brisbane Dance Parties Archive - DJ Cam interview part 3 - original - original recording - needs editing - recorded 14/09/2008

mp3 download

DJ Cam

DJ Cam
aka C:1, DJ Thor

Brisbane DJ - member of Junglettes

DJ Dizzy - audio recording of skype chat

DJ Dizzy - audio recording of skype chat

Brisbane Dance Parties Archive - DJ Dizzy interview part 1 - original - original recording - needs editing
direct audio file download
13/09/2008

Brisbane Dance Parties Archive - DJ Dizzy interview part 2 - original - original recording - needs editing
direct audio file download
13/09/2008

*** note these recordings need editing and transcription ***

Vision Four 5 - myspace biography

Vision Four 5 - myspace biography

http://www.myspace.com/visionfour5

About Vision Four 5

Vision Four 5 In 1990, "Vision Four 5" was formed as a live dance music act that challenged the perception of what live music could be, with interactive video technology and immersive live performances. The line up changed through the first few years to settle from 1993-1997 with members Noel Burgess (Music), Tim Gruchy (Video/Interactives), Ben Suthers (Music) and Al Ferguson (Video/Animation).

In this time Vision Four 5 produced 2 albums, Texture (1993) and Humid (1995) and numerous singles on Volition Records/Sony Music They toured Australia constantly playing Big Day Out, raves and clubs and remixed many other artists.

The rave hit "everything you need" was one of the highest selling Australian 12" singles and the more radio friendly "Funkify Yourself" crossed over to become both a club and national radio hit.

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