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"Neo-Futurist Moment with an Unknown woman on the 86 tram" 2006

"Neo-Futurist Moment with an Unknown woman on the 86 tram" 2006
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In The Light Of Reason

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In The Light Of ReasonWriting as a religious ritual. From the Heart yet in the light of Reason. by Levin Daitschenko

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Photos from the Dreamspheres workshop at Irenes Community Art Warehouse in East Brunswick. (click on images to see full size). Workshops held every sunday 10am - 4pm, 5 Pitt St.

The Dreamspheres Project

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Presented by the Melbourne Environmental Arts Festival Collective Dreamspheres will be a living breathing geodesic dome city filled artist’s installations, sound scapes, animation sets and sculptural works. It will be a land mark event of the Sustainable Living Festival , Feburary 16-19 2007.

'Gumtree' by Spoonbill + Aphid

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From the Undergrowth archives: VJ King Aphid's anarchic video clip to Spoonbill's glitch ode to the Australiana classic 'Gumtree'

Video: Aphid (aka Jonno Chong)


Sneaker by Spoonbill

4:58 minutes (4.55 MB)

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With an infectious double bass groove, layered with glitch beats and rhodes, Sneaker is one of the many stand out tracks from Spoonbill's MEGAFAUNA album, released in 2005.

 Sneaker features Bryson Mulholland on the rhodes and James Maguire on the double bass.


WW III for Dummies> by Ralf

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The need for a comprehensive peoples movement against the warmongers has now moved beyond just the scope of ones own personal moral issues with the “War On Terror” and is fast becoming a desperately needed countering force if civilization itself is to survive. It appears that we are indeed dealing with madmen in the White House who are willing to risk the veneer of democracy, the entire economy and possibly whole countries – including those of their allies as they pursue their hegemonic goals and push the world to the brink -- and beyond – of World War III. With global warfare at perhaps the most pivotal moment in all of modern history, one must ask why the average person either doesn’t care or doesn’t have a clue. In a 21st century where the media plays a vital role in social engineering, many people may find it hard – or overwhelming -- to join the dots. Here then, is a regularly updated primer of current global conflicts, the political machinations behind them and speculation on where it’s all going that I call – World War III for Dummies…


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Mark's Knee by Isnod

2:01 minutes (2.43 MB)Take the last century of music, put it into a blender and serve under some moody lighting, with chilli and cocktail umbrellas. Out pours ISNOD, a moody, molasses-smooth mélange of many a genre - the soundtrack of the fall of the current roman empire. Expect small moments of beauty and chaos through sound and di
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Refugee by Combat Wombat

2:01 minutes (2.43 MB)

Woomera photo by Tim Parish

up at the camp, over the fire
we heard about something that required
immmediate action to be taken
coz real bad shit was in the makin'
at an ex army u.s. base station
another dodgy enterprise of the nation
was under way on dis desert day
a refugee hostage situation
500 people had escaped a compound
of which against their will had been confound
with no connection to the outside world
they had been locked away without being told
of their future destination
a real dodgy situation
a total human rights violation

innocent people men women and children
come a long way lookin' for their freedom
what once was their home
is now a war zone
under dictatorship, in poverty
their only choice was to flee
just to end up behind lock and key
but the crew from camp knew what they what they had to do
so they all chucked in and bought heaps of food
to take down to the refugees
that were hangin' by the supermarket waiting for a feed
but the cops had barricaded the shops
police harassment 3 day non-stop
the cops said you can't give them anything to eat
or we will arrest you for walking down the street
after three days the cops had starved them out
we tried to show solidarity with screams and shouts
some so weak they were taken back in buses
dont even know if they heard our fusses
some stayed storng as they walked along at gunpoint
back to the place they fled from
now their back behind bars
and i can still see the scars
of human rights abuses
why the inoccent the losers?

Lyrics by MC Izzy


The Last Redoubt by Filastine

3:04 minutes (4.88 MB)Filastine portrait Filastine creates music and live sets that wreck genre, charting a new sonic map by synchronizing mutated hiphop, smashed-up beats, and international obscura. This year Filastine dropped Burn It on dj/Rupture's Soot Records. A pair of 12" vinyls on Soot and Shockout Records will be out in the fall, and a few scattered tracks can be found on compilations, in films, and a 7".