November 30, 2012
Plus More (tba)…
Dirty Deeds Art Exhibition:
Curated by Fire Gallery
This exhibition will highlight the negative impacts of nuclear power through art. Artists are asked to respond to the theme “Dirty Deeds” in its association to uranium mining. We are still taking expressions of interest. firstname.lastname@example.org
Location : Salgamundi Studios, 49 Bonar St Arncliff. From 6pm onwards
More Information https://www.facebook.com/events/241624495964120/
November 3, 2012 2:00 am 2:00 am
United Struggle -Global Justice Tour CD/DVD Launch
United Struggle Music videos and Documentaries screening from 8pm
Music from 9pm
Performing- Shoeshine Boy from Kenya
Burn City Queens
Saca La Mois DJ!!.. more acts to be announced
Entry $10 or $15 with CD
Free entry for those people that donated to United Struggle on Pozible .. come down and get ur free CD on the night..
August 25, 2012 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Please come along to this important event!
The Concert for Toolangi Forest aims to heighten awareness of the plight of the forest and its native fauna, and support our efforts for an alternative future that will protect the beauty and intrinsic values of our spectacular Mountain Ash forest in a new mountain sanctuary. Money raised by your attendance or donations will help us achieve this dream.
August 11, 2012
Pachakuti and Nahuatl Sound Kollective (calidad garantizada) present:
\\\\ REVOLUTION SOUNDS //// AZTEK ELECTRONIC MUSIC
The time is now! A night inspired by revolution happening all around the world – Specifically the protests currently happening in Mexico.
One more time, the PACHAKUTI crew (time and space revolution) is proud to present an amazing night, featuring the best live Aztek, Cumbia, Andino fusion with electronic music (Techno, Dub, DnB, Glitch) from Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela and Chile – in Melbourne.$10 ENTRY
THE NIGHTOWL – 33 ELIZABETH ST, MELBOURNE CBD (enter through the back alley) DOORS OPEN 9pm
July 14, 2012 3:00 am to July 18, 2012 3:00 am July 14, 2012 3:00 am to July 18, 2012 3:00 am
Lizards Revenge is excited to bring their 5 day festival to Roxby Downs, to protest at the door of potentially the world’s biggest uranium mine. The festival will include an amazing line up of musicians and artists from around Australia, as well as a solar powered sound system, wind powered cinema, mobile artworks and a very serious message from the 14-18th of July.
The festival includes a great line up of music for all ages; hip-hop, dub, reggae, electro, folk, punk, rock and world music. The event will be powered by solar and wind, demonstrating the viable alternatives to nuclear power.
The 5 day event promises to be inspiring and fun but there is also a very serious side to the event. With the disaster in Fukushima still effecting Japanese citizens, an international legacy of nuclear waste unaddressed, expansion of uranium mining industry in Australia would be a deadly investment suffered by generations to come.
June 30, 2012 6:00 am 6:00 am
30 June at 14:30 until 1 July at 01:00
Winter Day Party featuring.
SPOONBILL – Live with Dropbear Visuals.
MONSTER ZOKU ONSOMB- Live
HUGO + TREATS- Live
MEN IMITATING MACHINES – Live
INTERPULSE – Live
STINKWOOD – Live
The Low-Down: A theatrical Winter Day Party across 4 spaces at Revolt Art-space, a massive Steam-punk transformed 19th century factory! With fully decked-out crime decor by Revolt, Visuals by Rich on Film, and Funktion One Main-Floor sound, Revolt will be transformed to the ultimate crime hide-out for the day and night! Dress theme: Vintage Gangster/Crime.
Tickets: $27 at www.culturejam.com.au/tickets (500 Capacity event)
Set Times + info: www.culturejam.com.au/2012/06/unusual-suspects-set-times-info/