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Strange Famous Forum > Old Shows. Come meet the ghost of performance past.

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UKDD



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sage in oz  Reply with quote  

i've read that sage will be performing with mr dibbs when he comes down here/ this news is very very cool and just wanna get you all excited. (if it is indeed true).

cheers
Post Tue Sep 03, 2002 8:41 am
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td3



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woah  Reply with quote  

i thought Sage was going to be in an upcoming episode of OZ on HBO

-td3-
Post Tue Sep 03, 2002 10:37 am
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Sage Francis
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Mr Dibbs is not going to be there, for he will be touring with Slug for the next two months.


but here's some new info I just got for my trip out there:

Newcastle Style - State Of Hip Hop & Electronica in Newcastle
Day/Time : Friday 4/10 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
Sound Summit Opening Session This session looks at what is going on in hip hop and electronic music in the Newcastle region. Why is such an industrial wasteland such a focal point for creativity?
With George Patsan / PDMS, Mark Newlands / Bloody Fist and Shane / Tunz

Independent Labels In Operation I
Day/Time : Friday 4/10 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
One of a series of workshops covering how independent labels operate, the challenges faced, and the state of play. Featuring Parallax View, Crookneck and Couchblip.
With *BVA / Crookneck, Amado Furniss / Dr Phibes / Next Level Records, Luke Killen / Disjunction Reunion and Melinda Taylor / Robokoneko

MMF Management - What Is It? Who Needs It?
Day/Time : Friday 4/10 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
An introudction to the world of music managers. Do you need one? How do you choose one? What do they do? How much do they cost? Sponsored by Music Managers Forum

APRA Royalties & Copyright
Day/Time : Friday 4/10 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
Discussion about different types of roylties and copyright for independent artists and label managers. Sponsored by APRA.

Pressing on vinyl & CD - Pitfalls & Opportunities
Day/Time : Friday 4/10 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
Workshop/discussion on how to get your music pressed up and what to look out for, who does it, what does it cost.
With Blaze / Jason Murphy, Lucas Abela / Dual Plover and Mark Newlands / Bloody Fist

MC Workshop with Sage Francis (Women-only)
Day/Time : Friday 4/10 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
An MC workshop run by and for women with honorary guest Sage Francis. facilitated by Ladiez of the Jump Rope 4 Art Skipping League (NYWF)
With *Jade Nemesis, *Maya Jupiter, Ladiez of the Jump Rope 4 Art Skipping League and Sage Francis

Bio / Press Release Workshop
Day/Time : Friday 4/10 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
A hands-on bio and press release writing workshop.
With *Sashya / Hive Creative and Chloe Sasson / Inertia Distribution

AIR National Licensing & Distribution
Day/Time : Friday 4/10 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
How do you license your music to a label in Australia? What are the options for national distribution? How do you choose a distributor and how does a distrubutor decide whether to take you? Sponsored by AIR
With *Heidi Pasqual, Mark Kneebone / Kog NZ and Nick Pontikos / Inertia Distribution

AIR Music Legal & Contracts Workshop / Q&A
Day/Time : Friday 4/10 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
AIR presents a workshop to answer your questions about legal and contractual issues relating to independent labels and artists.

Selling - Dealing With Shops
Day/Time : Friday 4/10 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
How do you sell your music direct to shops if you don't have a distributor? Which are shops who take stock on consignment? Is it really worth the hassle?
With Amado Furniss / Dr Phibes / Next Level Records and Shannon Kennedy / Ozi Batla

MMF Getting Gigs & Touring
Day/Time : Friday 4/10 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
What gig opportunities are there around Australia? How easy is it to get booked at venues? Do you need a manager? Who can help you?
With Shannon Kennedy / Ozi Batla

Independent Labels In Operation II
Day/Time : Saturday 5/10 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
One of a series of workshops covering how independent labels operate, the challenges faced, and the state of play. Surgery Records, Clan Analogue, Invada Records
With *Clan Analogue representative, *Surgery Records representative and Katalyst / Ashley

Women In Electronic Music
Day/Time : Saturday 5/10 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
A forum by and for women involved and interested in electronic music. Many different sounds from many different perspectives.
With Kate Crawford / Biftek, Kevin Blechdom / Kristin Erickson, Neotropic / Riz Maslen, Ruby Grennan / Inertia Distribution and Sofie Loizou / Southern Outpost

Re-Inventing The Remix
Day/Time : Saturday 5/10 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
Remixing workshop with DJ Soup, Ben Frost and Dsico. The presenters will show you what they've done and how they did it.
With Ben Frost, John Blake / DJ Soup, Luke Collison and Manitoba / Dan Snaith

P2P and Internet - Impacts On Independent Labels & Artists
Day/Time : Saturday 5/10 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
Contrary to the whining of the mainstream corporate music industry there are some interesting case studies of independent labels who have benefitted greatly from the rise of P2P and internet technologies.
With *Adam Rasibeck / Sense, *Giv Parvenah / Quark Kent, *Surgery Records representative, Kate Crawford / Biftek and Ruby Grennan / Inertia Distribution

Promo - Getting Your Music Publicised
Day/Time : Saturday 5/10 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
A forum on how to get your music publicised from the persepctives of an independent distributor, community radio, national radio, and music media.
With *Kirilleigh / Triple J, *Stuart Hitchings / Juice, Andrew Khedoori / 2SER, Mark Kneebone / Kog NZ and Ruby Grennan / Inertia Distribution

Hip Hop Production Workshop
Day/Time : Saturday 5/10 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
Production techniques and skills with some of the best hip hop producers demystifying their sounds. With Danielsan (Koolism) and Ashley (Katalyst)
With *Danielsan/ Koolism and Katalyst / Ashley

Neotropic & Kevin Blechdom Production Workshop
Day/Time : Saturday 5/10 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
Production workshop with Neotropic, Kevin Blechdom.
With Kate Crawford / Biftek, Kevin Blechdom / Kristin Erickson, Melinda Taylor / Robokoneko, Neotropic / Riz Maslen and Sofie Loizou / Southern Outpost

MC Workshop with Sage Francis (Anticon)
Day/Time : Saturday 5/10 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
MC workshop with hosts Sage Francis (Anticon), Ozi Batla, Quro and others. Hands-on battling and rhyme-stylin.
With *Quro / Reference Point, Sage Francis and Shannon Kennedy / Ozi Batla

Sampling & Sample Manipulation Workshop w/Manitoba
Day/Time : Saturday 5/10 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
Sampling workshop with DJ Soup and Manitoba
With John Blake / DJ Soup and Manitoba / Dan Snaith

AIR International Licensing & Distribution
Day/Time : Saturday 5/10 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
How do you license your music to labels and compilations overseas? What to watch out for and what you can expect. Sponsored by AIR
With *Peter Pasqual / Creative Vibes, Evan Short Concord Dawn / Kog NZ, Mark Mitchell / Clue To Kalo and Nick Pontikos / Inertia Distribution

Boogie Down Oz Style - Techno Production Workshop
Day/Time : Sunday 6/10 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
Production workshop with Funkarmor (Japan) and operatives from the Sydney-based Detroit techno and electro conspirators Southern Outpost.
With Funkarmor / Kawachi Shigeru, Phil Chan / Southern Outpost and Sofie Loizou / Southern Outpost

Mastering Workshop - What To Listen For & How To Do It
Day/Time : Sunday 6/10 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
Mastering workshop with Kog New Zealand and guests.
With Evan Short Concord Dawn / Kog NZ and Mark Kneebone / Kog NZ

Scalene and Laptop Production Workshop
Day/Time : Sunday 6/10 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: Unscheduled! Get onto it hehe
Learn about the mutlifacted Scalene project and its 7 core outfits. Featuring Mitchell Akiyama, Battery Operated and guests.
With Bee Woo (Scalene), Emma McRae (Scalene), Identification / DJ Luv (Scalene), Mitchell Akiyama (Scalene), Paul Armour / Music Business Adelaide, Private Benjamin (Scalene), Toby Neal / Battery Operated (Scalene) and TomKz / Battery Operated (Scalene)


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Post Tue Sep 03, 2002 11:51 am
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what exactly do you do at these workshops Sage? I mean are you actually teaching? This all seems kind of strange but also kind of cool. I'm conflicted.

Do you do a lot of these type of things?

And finally how did you learn to emcee? Just listening to rap music growing up, or did someone actually sit you down and teach you things?

I know this seems like a lot of questions, but I am reletively curious.

oh and is there a stateside equivelent to this?
Post Tue Sep 03, 2002 12:26 pm
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Sage Francis
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I will explain as much as I can to the best of my ability.

That's not my forte...but it's what have been asked of me.
Post Tue Sep 03, 2002 5:24 pm
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MC Workshop with Sage Francis (Women-only)

what if one tries to step?
Post Tue Sep 03, 2002 5:55 pm
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Prontoid



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that all seems a bit bizarre to me...

these sorts of "workshops" seem to be becoming quite fashionable around these parts....but i guess thats New South Wales for ya....

are you actually still gonna be doing shows mang?

your are coming to Melbourne arent you?
Post Tue Sep 03, 2002 5:57 pm
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Aroen wrote:
MC Workshop with Sage Francis (Women-only)

what if one tries to step?

With the Ladiez of the League presiding over proceedings there will be no steppin' out of bounds, no condescending or demeaning, no steppin' over the lines, no unsanctioned rhymes, one foot is to remain on the court at all times. Under strict skiphop supervision, only federation moves will be approved to use, so first sign of abuse, the silver whistle will be used.
Femineminem - Da League Team Captain
Post Tue Sep 03, 2002 9:18 pm
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Aroen wrote:
MC Workshop with Sage Francis (Women-only)

what if one tries to step?


'Steppers' can expect repurcussions as enforced by forum facilitators Ladiez of the Jump Rope for Art Skipping League.

Under section 3.7 of The League Handbook pertaining to the Ladiez Official Code of Conduct, Ladiez of the Jump Rope for Art Skipping Leaguemay evict 'steppers'with due force, to be determined by the Ladiez and in cases of extreme dispute may be settled by a Skip Off* as defined under section 8.1 'Glossary' of the League Hanbook.

*Skip Off: a battle between two opposing teams or individuals incorporating key elements of skipping, namely rhyming and jump rope. Points are scored on contestant's ability to embody the League's smut-casual philosophy both physically and verbally.

skip up or step off

-Damnzel
Media Liason Officer
Ladiez of the Jr.FArt League
Post Tue Sep 03, 2002 9:53 pm
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