references & sources

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references and sources

"We call it Techno" documentary dvd - Germany

We Call it Techno google video : - 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: dance dictionary dance dictionary is a dictionary of Dance Music genres from 1995, originally from AUTOBAHN RECORDS newsletter

attached page archived 25/04/2209

Graffiti and Urban Space by Ilse Scheepers

Graffiti and Urban Space
by Ilse Scheepers

Honours Thesis 2004 - University of Sydney (Australia)


1. Glossary
2. Introduction
3. Urban Space
4. Gender and Identity
5. Internet
6. Conclusion
7. Bibliography

archived page 10/12/2008 - attached - right click to save locally (if you try to open in another tab/browser page there might be an error)

Aussie Underground - Sound Art article

Aussie Underground by Jon Dale (January 2001) is an article about Australian sound art and experimental music artists.

Beneath the Mirror Ball documentary - ABC TV

this spraci post mentions a Dance Culture show on 4 Corners - ABC Monday, 4th June 2001

the ABC website has a site for it : Beneath the Mirror Ball

here's the transcript

also related :

thanks & credits

a HUGE thank you to everyone supporting this project and giving permission for use of photos, flyers, stories, ideas and memories!

the site is (slowly) being updated - apologies if I'm a bit slow..

I'm uploading the flyers, photos to the site so a local url will be used, mostly to try stop information being lost if internet links on other sites change (as has happened in the past). Links to the original urls and credit to the owners will be mentioned in the posts.

especially these people (no particular order) :

access date: 
Fri, 2014-01-31

initial questions for the dance party people

some initial questions to ask the dance party people for submissions to this site. I'm out of practice with interviews so these might progress as I think of more / get replies

short version :
I'd like to speak with people and record / document their memories about the people, places, music, fashion and other aspects of the community that they can recall. how it started - how it developed - where it is now. those sorts of things. take a look at the sections / lists @ and record any memories about these things, as well as suggestions for these lists on what I've missed or haven't got to yet.


long version :


PANDORA - National Australia Library archive

I've asked if PANDORA would be interested in archiving the site to the National Library

and they've said yes!

it can be accessed via
(see site footer also)



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