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Sketch The Rhyme: spontaneous performance art

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By Jason Howe in New Events on Saturday 25 June 2011

I’m happy to be involved with this audio/visual experimental, improvised performance troop consisting of four artists, three freestyling MCs, and a live four piece band. Inspired by Pictionary, Mr. Squiggle and animation, Sketch the Rhyme incorporates live drawing projected for the audience to see, rappers freestyling, and it’s all being inspired by the sketching.

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Battles: Ice Cream (Featuring Matias Aguayo)

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By Jason Howe in New Music on Saturday 25 June 2011

I’m always drawn to originality and a contemporary beyond the new, especially in the fine art of painting, but also, just as importantly, in music. Pushing the boundaries of what is rock, Battles create a sound I think a group of five year olds would make if they had twenty years musical experience.

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Big Village records: Sydney underground hip hop

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By Jason Howe in New Music on Saturday 25 June 2011

Big Village is a newly formed Sydney underground hip hop label. Containing MCs from Sketch the Rhyme, each member is from their own individual bands and contribute their expertise to the running of the organisation.

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Internet Pinball Database

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By Jason Howe in Cool Websites on Wednesday 22 June 2011

The Internet Pinball Database is great for all things Pinball related. For all those enthusiasts still stuck in the 70s and early 90s that struggle to be torn away from the classic Bally/Williams machines (like me), the IPDB will help your gameplay on all those other machines now that Bally/Williams have shut up shop. With […]

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Lisa Jane Shipman

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By Jason Howe in New Art on Tuesday 21 June 2011

Lisa Shipman is an New Zealand-born, English fine artist who creates oil and charcoal paintings and drawings. Surreal, cartoon inspired with a specialist painting technique, Shipman’s art has a slightly twisted but serious narrative vibe to it.

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