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Associations & Unions : Music Victoria

melza writes"A new representative body for the Victorian music industry

Music support agencies Australian Music Industry Network (AMIN), Arts Victoria, APRA, AIR and The Push have formed a partnership to investigate the establishment of a new Victorian music industry representative body to provide advocacy, resources and services for individuals and businesses in the Victorian contemporary music industry.

Music makers and businesses across diverse music genres and activities are now being consulted to identify needs and issues. If we are to have a new Victorian organisation, what would this look like? What would its activities be and how could it add value to the music sector? We need your help!

Through December 2009, people participating across the wider music industry are invited to provide their views in the survey available via this website, or to make a submission to further contribute ideas and highlight relevant issues.

There is currently no active peak body representing the Victorian music industry. Most other Australian states and territories have an established state organisation that provides significant benefit to their local music makers and businesses. These bodies make up the Australian Music Industry Network (AMIN), which provides national industry development activities. There is now a vacant seat at the national table for an effective Victorian body.

A Victorian representative body could be a powerful advocate on issues impacting on the Victorian contemporary music industry such as support for the creative development of our talented local artists, music export assistance and policy to build industry capacity and innovation.

It could harness the expertise and experience of the Victorian music community in order to strengthen and build opportunities for its members and deliver services for professional development to support career development and industry growth.

Following a series of workshops completed with leading music organisations and artists in November 2009, a shared view is already emerging that supports a new body able to provide industry development and effective advocacy on issues, such as the impact of Liquor Licensing regulation on small live music venues.

Please let us know what you think.

Your valuable feedback will be acknowledged and will support decision making about a new body once research is completed in early 2010. Interested contributors will be able to stay informed and it is anticipated that interested parties would move forward to constitute a new organisation.

Thanks,

Music Victoria Project Steering Committee "

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News : 16 Push Over Festival Additions + Special Ticket Offer!

thepush writes"The Push announce the addition of 16 killer new bands to the Push Over all ages music festival 2010 line up, Sunday 7 March at The Abbotsford Convent, plus a special ticket offer thanks to AFENDS.

New band announcements include, three awesome acts from the heavy, hardcore and rock scenes including, Carpathian, In Trenches and Regular John.

They’re also joined by nine upcoming bands from around the state, including, 8 Bit Love, Arrowfield, Ayera, Barking Sparrows, Masketta Fall, Sheer Abandon, The Cactus Channel, The Houses and Vixia, who will be fighting it out to be crowned FReeZA Push Start competition winner for 2010!

Finally, in the Push It! hip hop arena, presented by Oz Hip Hop, the ‘Push Underground’ Showcase will feature tasters from Anon Speak, B Wiv Deece, Bidla and The Creep Team, plus MC, DJ and 3 on 3 Breakin’ Battles hosted by Yung Philly. There are only a few spots left, but MCs, DJs and breakers can still sign up for the battles via www.thepush.com.au/html/pushitbattlesregister2010, so get in quick! Prizes include cash, Oz Hip Hop advertising and clothing/accessories from This Is It.
They join an already massive line up of all Australian hardcore, indie rock and hip hop acts, across four stages, including, 50 Lions, Break Even, Built on Secrets, City Escape, Dash & Will, Heroes for Hire, Horrorshow, I Explode Like, Kisschasy, Lovers Grave, The Mission In Motion, The Sundance Kids, Urthboy, Wherewolves, Yacht Club DJs, Young Heretics and Yves Klein Blue.

Buy your tickets from Moshtix or Oztix before January 31 and go into the draw to win a $300 AFENDS clothing and accessories prize pack.

The Push is proud to announce
that triple j, jmag and Fasterlouder join in presenting the 18th annual Push Over Festival. Push Over 2010 is also supported by MySpace Music, FReeZA, FReeZACentral, Victoria Rocks, Victorian State Government, Mistake Clothing, Speaker TV, Oz HipHop.com, Plakkit, Take This Pic, Afends, This Is It, Kill Your Stereo, Bombshellzine and Broken Glass Online.

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Bands & Artists : MLG Presents Storytellers feat. Fahrenheit 43

fahrenheit43 writes"Come one, come all & support Fahrenheit 43 as they duke it out for title honors in the MLG Presents: The Storytellers Acoustic Competition!

F43 will be debuting their new single "Get Out" in a one-off show before heading into the studio to cut some new tracks!!

Don't miss your chance to see the band in all their glory! Elmo said he'd take his shirt off and squash cans with his calves of steel!! You definately don't want to miss out on that action ;)

Plenty of merch & if you haven't already, grab your copy of "The 6 Degrees EP"


Tickets are $13. For presale contact any of us..we've got the hook ups :P

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Bands & Artists : Rouge Foncé

MichelleRouge writes"Rouge Foncé (pronounced roozh fon-SAY) are a new dark cabaret rock band from Melbourne, Australia. Formed in late 2008, they have exploded onto the live scene in 2009, playing at venues such as Ruby’s Lounge, the Esplanade, the Public Bar, IDGAFF, the Brunswick Hotel, and more. They have supported many artists including Yohosie, Dave Graney, Sleeplever, Dirty Canary, The Black Popes, and others. They have received airplay and been interviewed on 3WBC 94.1 FM (Melbourne).

Rouge Foncé bring provocative vocals, haunting melodies, and macabre storytelling rock to the burlesque revival scene. In the spirit of bringing together the worlds of rock and burlesque, they often have burlesque dancer KerryX perform a fan dance during their set.

Rouge Foncé’s debut EP, ‘Retrograde Amusia’, has just been released. Comprising of 4 tracks, ‘Retrograde Amusia’ was recorded at Soundpark Studios in Northcote, Victoria, and recorded and mixed by Brent Gray.

Visit: http://www.rougefonce.com or http://www.myspace.com/rougefonce
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News : VAMP 7'' Vinyl Launch Tour Announced For Victoria!

PixieMusic writes"Alt-rocker trio VAMP are set to break boundaries with their brand new 7” vinyl, due for release January 2010.

Modestly self-titled, this limited edition vinyl is VAMP’s debut release and also the debut release from indie record label (record of course in the truest sense of the word) Last Heat Decider.

All-girl affair VAMP took assault on Newcastle’s The Studio mid-2009 to lay down three of their signature tunes, plus a tasty little cover (which may surprise!) with local engineer Kenny Jewell.

“ I honesty feel this recording captures VAMP's true essence; We don't do things in a girly, princess-like fashion”, Lead singer/guitarist Harmonie Harris exclaims, “We want our music to be an audible smack across the face, and I feel we've achieved that with this release!”

Harmonie, along with fellow VAMP-sters bassist Corie Chambers and drummer/backing vocalist Libby Jones, have been together only a year, but in this short period have certainly started paying their rock dues, playing gigs from Newcastle to Port Macquarie, at Sydney’s infamous Annandale Hotel, supported The Pictures and are set to play a massive Mardi Gras party in 2010!

These three girls were born to unleash their own brand of music on the stage, a heady mix of old school rock and roll, some-what controversial lyrics, solid musicianship, with a heart of gold underneath it all.

VAMP cannot wait to rock you as they tour the Nation in 2010! 

Get your hands on a limited edition VAMP vinyl at their live shows, online (myspace.com/vamptheband) or at Beaumont Street Beat in Newcastle.

VAMP Vinyl Tour Dates VIC – Jan/Feb 2010

13th Jan @ the Espy, St Kilda VIC
14th Jan @ Beav’s Bar, Geelong VIC
15th Jan @ Pony, Melbourne VIC
16th Jan @ the Arthouse, Melbourne VIC"

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