books

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The BNE Project - Transcom's Brisbane Archive book

The BNE Project celebrates 35 years of independent electronic music production in Brisbane from 1979 to 2014, through the release of a hardcover book and unique music archive featuring 140 bands & artists and over 260 tracks. It was put together by Dennis Remmer of trans:com label and his crew, and is an amazing resource for music researchers and fans wanting to know more about Brisbane's electronic music.

http://transcomblog.wordpress.com/bne-project

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Mon, 2014-11-10

chromapark berlin techno art parties

am looking at old books "Localizer 1.0" and "technoart" (chromapark technoart issue) for inspiration for my final print (assignment). came across this vid https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HhbL5Yh54Ws (& (slightly related) old netttime ZK proceedings http://www.medialounge.net/lounge/workspace/nettime/) don't think I have any "frontpage" mags from then but would be good to find some.

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Sat, 2014-08-30

Postcards From The Pits

Postcards from the Pits book

http://postcardsfromthepits.com

‘Postcards from the Pits’ provides a pictorial history of the Brisbane music scene in the last decade of the 20th century.

Working for Scene Magazine photojournalist Jeff Polley roamed the streets of the city and Fortitude Valley, capturing both the musical acts of the day and the people who came to watch them.

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Thu, 2014-01-30

FreeNRG - Notes from the Edge of the Dancefloor

available for download @ http://undergrowth.org/free_nrg_notes_from_the_edge_of_the_dancefloor

http://undergrowth.org/system/files/%5Beb06%5D_FreeNRG.pdf

FreeNRG is a collection of frontline communiques on technotribes, contemporary musical practices and events transpiring on the fringes of Australian dance culture throughout the nineties. The anthology's 13 essays are written by specialists and affiliates of a spectrum of youth phenomena found at the edge of the dance floor.

Edited by the radical anthropologist Graham St John, FreeNRG describes a series of Australian subcultures who subscribe to an economy of mutual-aid and co-operation, are committed to the non-commodification of art and embrace freedoms of experience and expression. Artists and activists, their cultural output is a product of novel mixtures of pleasure and politics. technicians and esotericists, they pirate technologies in the pursuit of re-enchantment and liberated space.

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