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Monday 19th August 11:00 to 1:00pm Lunch Gig – Oliver Goss Where: The Glasshouse 1:00 to 2:00pm

Didgeridoo Workshop With Koomurri Where: The Glasshouse

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2:00 to 4:00pm

How To Write Electronic Music With The Electronic Music Society Where: The Loft

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4:00 to 5:00pm

Vocal Workshop With Muscuts/Glee Club Where: The Loft

Tuesday 20th August 11:00 to 1:00pm Lunch Gig – Ash King Where: The Glasshouse 1:00 to 2:00pm

Artist Management Seminar With Rob Carroll – Off The Record Where: The Glasshouse

4:00 to 5:00pm

Muscuts Performance Where: The Loft

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Wednesday 21st August 11:00 to 1:00pm Lunch Gig – Bernie Segedin Where: The Glasshouse 1:00 to 2:00pm

African Drumming Workshop With Soul Drummers Where: The Glasshouse

6:00 to 7.00pm

Songs On Stage Where: The Loft

7:00pm until late Already Famous – The Getaway Plan Where: The Glasshouse

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Thursday 22nd August 11:00 to 1:00pm Lunch Gig – Dax Golding Where: The Glasshouse 1:00 to 3:00pm

Guitar Workshop Beginners With Harry Gusman Where:The Glasshouse

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3:00 to 4:00pm

How To Promote Your Music On The Radio With 2SER FM Where: The Loft

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7:00pm until late National Band Comp 2013 Where: The Glasshouse Friday 23rd August 11:00 to 1:00pm Lunch Gig – Aimee Francis Where: The Glasshouse 1:00 to 3:00pm

DJ Mixing Class With United DJ Mixing School Featuring STICKYBUDS – CANADA (Ghetto Funk/Good Groove Records) Where: The Loft

6:00pm until late Roller Disco Where: Roller Rink 7:00pm until late Open Mic With Glee Club, UTS Revue Society And Backstage Where: The Glasshouse Purchase your tickets at eventbrite.com.au/event/7495658717

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Event Highlights How to Write Electronic Music with the Electronic Music Society

African Drumming Workshop with Soul Drummers

2-4pm – 19th August – The Loft

1-2pm – 21st August – The Glasshouse

In this introductory workshop, the Electronic Music Society will run through the basic functions of ableton live. You will learn how to write beats and also use synthesisers and effects native to ableton, which will give you enough knowledge to help you to start writing your own music.

Everyone can benefit from the power of drumming and rhythm. Drumming is a great activity for celebration, releasing stress, having fun and connecting your body, mind and spirit. This dynamic and exciting workshop has the ability to uplift and heal at the same time as having fun. Learn something new whilst creating music with great people!

You will need to bring a laptop with ableton live 8 or 9 installed. If you are finding it hard to install or find the program email the electronicmusicsociety.uts@gmail.com.

Artist Management Seminar with Rob Carroll – Off the Record 1-2pm - 20th August - The Glasshouse Rob Carroll is from the tiny surf town of Bateau Bay on the Central Coast of NSW and has worked extensively in the Australian Music Industry. Working across artist management & development, promoting international and domestic tours, publicity, managing studios, tour management, booking venues, coordinating nightclub events and directing multiple businesses; Rob has a broad knowledge of how the music industry operates. During this seminar, Rob will explore the importance of an artist manager, what the role entails and how they impact the career of an artist and their brand. The course begins with the basics: why an artist needs a manager, the keys to finding the right partner and a typical management contract. From there, Rob will cover the details of planning an artist’s career, money management, and what to do when things go wrong. You’ll also examine the principles of leadership dynamics and motivation in order to focus and empower current and potential managers.

Guitar Workshop Beginners with Harry Gusman 1-3pm – 22nd August – The Glasshouse Understand how to choose the right guitar for you and learn to play simple songs you can pick up quickly. Harry is one of the finest guitar and bass teachers in Sydney and he will teach you the most realistic and practical method to master a guitar or a bass, improve your musical ability, learn your favourite songs in minutes, create your own melody and write your own music. If you don’t have a guitar yet, you still can come along and join the workshop.

How to promote your music on the Radio with 2SER Fm 3-4pm – 22nd August – The Loft Steve Ahern is an experienced news journalist, broadcast manager, trainer and curriculum consultant. He is the author of the textbook Making Radio and a specialist in programming, new media, and multi-platform broadcasting. Before founding Ahern Media & Training Pty Ltd and the International Media & Broadcasting Academy (IMBA), he was previously Director of Radio at the Australian Film Television & Radio School (AFTRS) and a senior executive at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). He is the Managing Director (acting) at 2SER FM and this talk you give you tips on how to get your music playing on the radio!


DJ Mixing Class with United DJ Mixing School Featuring STICKYBUDS – CANADA (Ghetto Funk/Good Groove Records) 1-3pm – 23rd August – The Loft DJ Mixing is the art of blending two or more musical tunes together by synchronising their rhythms and melodies. It has since not only crafted many top notch talents and well-known artists in the production industry, but has also groomed many musically-inclined home-based enthusiasts on their individual creativity, innovation and musicality. The United DJ Mixing School was founded in 1993 with the aim of Uniting the finest DJs in Australia to form one of the first structured DJ schools. The original course was structured by DJ KC with the aid of Nick Fish, Pee Wee, Paul Holden, and Chris Smith. The course has since evolved to provide the perfect environment for having fun, making contacts and learning the art of mixing from the experiences of established DJs. After 10 Years of operating the most successful and longest

running DJ School in Sydney, the crew has branched out to Melbourne for the long overdue expansion of the School. From the funkafied west coast of Canada, Stickybuds has been making his mark on music all over the globe. In the last few years he’s found himself performing in 14 different countries, captivating fans wherever he goes. His work ethic and passion have also earned him a residency at Canada’s Shambhala music festival (2005 – 2012), as well as performances at Glastonbury (UK), Splore Festival (NZ), Burning Man (USA) and the legendary Space club in Ibiza (ES). With 20 releases on multiple labels, Sticky loves to create and play dance floor friendly music and fills his sets with intricately woven funk, DnB, glitch hop, reggae and breaks.

Already FAMOUS Live at The Glasshouse:

The Getaway Plan

wednesday 21 august 7pm until late

On the road throughout August and September headlining shows for The Lovesick Tour, the Melbourne four piece bring their post-hardcore sound to UTS. With a new self-funded release this August, Almost Famous week is the only place to see TGP in Sydney – so get your tickets now!

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