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Feb 27 – CRUNCHY

Thursday 27 Feb
Sideway
10pm-late

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šŸŒ¶Vessel presents: CRUNCHYšŸŒ¶
Come out of your shell for a night of delicious dance music. Vessels friendz will be frying up only the crispiest and crunchiest of tunes. Vessel’s first club night of the year is guaranteed to leave you hungry for more.

This line up is a snack:
10 pm Tsotsi
11 pm Preto E Branco
12 pm Cuubed
1 am Justharry
2 am Blanket

Cashew there!

graphic by niamh

We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which this event takes place, the Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples. We pay our respects to Elders past present and emerging, and recognise that sovereignty was never ceded.

No discrimination, no harassment, no anti-social behaviour. At any time, if you feel uncomfortable or unsafe, Sideway staff and security are on hand. If you experience or witness any discriminatory, unsafe or coercive behaviour, please talk to the Sideway staff, Joanne Leong or Dot Mason. You safety and comfort is always our number one priority. You can also contact us on 0432511573.

Familiarise yourself with Sideway’s space policy before you come: https://sidewaybc.com/spacepolicy-1

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Feb 21 – ANU O-Week Beginners DJ Workshop

Friday Feb 21
Ambush Gallery

Session 1:
1:00-2:30 pm
Session 2: 
2:30-4 pm

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Welcome to ANU! This event is part of the ANU Student Association’s O-Week program. We’re so excited to meet you.

This free DJ workshop is intended for beginners. You don’t need any previous music or equipment knowledge to participate! It’s also open to anyone looking to practice mixing and make new DJ friends in a friendly environment.

The workshop will kick off with Canberra-based DJ friends sharing the basics of DJing: what the buttons do, how to mix tracks together, how to beat-match and so on. Following that, you’ll get a chance to play around what you’ve just learnt. The workshop will finish with a casual panel discussion on topics like organising your music, the Canberra music scene and where to borrow gear.

We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which this event takes place, the Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples. We pay our respects to Elders past present and emerging, and recognise that sovereignty was never ceded.

You do not need to prepare anything or bring anything for the workshop. However, if you’d like to experiment with music of your choice, bring a USB with your songs loaded onto it using the free program Rekordbox. Here’s a quick tutorial on how to do that.

 

 

Facilitators

Dot (justHarry)
Joanne (Blanket)