Picture from Feedbacker blog – Scum System Kill at Maggotville
consolador de dos caras
la campana, 53-55 liverpool st, sydney
frequestra, oddfoot, nick(toy death) + hiro(defektro), marquis de sound
lots of live DIY electronics this week as well as the usual dj’s and diy markets
if you have some things to sell then bring them along and set up a stall!
Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price film screening
MGTVLE, 40 fitzroy street, marrickville
8pm $2 donation
Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price is the documentary film sensation that’s changing the largest company on earth. The film features the deeply personal stories and everyday lives of families and communities struggling to survive in a Wal-Mart world. It’s an emotional journey that will challenge the way you think, feel… and shop.
Released simultaneously in theaters and DVD in November 2005, the film has been seen by millions worldwide. Families, churches, schools, and small busineses owners have screened the film over 10,000 times and the world is taking notice. See the film, share it, and become part of the movement forcing companies to act responsibly.
see bravenewfilms.org to find out more about these doco’s and alternative media.
14th May 2021 – I came across a few cultural documentaries I thought others may be interested to see, so borrowed a projector and talked to the good people of Maggotville and set up these screenings – I think we did four in total.
Reminder – Public Forum Friday 29 February
Visiting US Labor Leader & Unions in the Anti-War Movement
Mark the date in your diary and come along for a great opportunity to hear about the US Labor Movement’s efforts resisting Bush’s war on Iraq and supporting workers and unionists inside Iraq.
Kathy Black, Co-convenor of US Labor Against the War (USLAW) and President of Coalition of LaborPublic Union Women (CLUW), will be on a National Speaking Tour of Australia between 28 February and 16 March, when she will address the Iraq Peace Rally in Sydney to commemorate the 5th Anniversary of the Iraq War.
US Labor Against the War ( http://www.uslaboragainstwar.org/) has played an important role within the US mobilising labour movement support for the anti-war campaign, under the slogan “Unions Yes, War No”. USLAW have also made links and supported unions inside Iraq.
The Public Forum on Friday 29 February will be an opportunity for dialogue between Australian and US unions and to hear first hand about USLAW anti-war campaigns as well as the opposition to the Iraqi Oil privatisation laws from unions and workers inside Iraq. Kathy will give a presentation on the real costs of war and what this means for working people in the US and Iraq, following a recent paper by Nobel Prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz and Linda Bilmes showing that the total cost of the Iraq war to the United States will be $2 trillion or even higher.
10am Friday 29 February
Unions NSW Auditorium
Ground Level, Trades Hall
Enter via Labor Council Building, 377-383 Sussex St, Sydney
Light Refreshments provided following the public forum
RSVP by Wednesday 27 February for catering purposes to Antoinette Abboud firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 92649343
MGTVLE, 40 fitzroy street, marrickville
INSECT WARFARE (HOUSTON, TX)
AGENTS OF ABHORRENCE
BEYOND TERROR BEYOND GRACE
a where(?)house near central
Castings, Ian Wadley, The Garbage & The Flowers, Milenasong
email me if you need location details
hornsby pcyc, 94 george st, hornsby (next to train station)
mind expansion kit, call the medic! call the nurse!, euripides berserker, shape, anti midas
14th May 2021 – I was so impressed with Euripedes Berserker at this show that I facilitated a posthumous release of their recordings and established a long running friendship with guitarist/singer and all round good guy, Dave Drayton.
WHAT: Westleigh, NSW, Australia screening of Garbage!
WHEN: Saturday, March 01 2008 07:30 PM
TICKET PRICE: $3
Attending this movie screening is a small, but important, step you can take towards saving the world from global warming.
This screening of the film “Garbage” is timed perfectly to inspire us all to help out the environment starting from Sunday the 2nd March “Clean Up Australia” day! then March 29th is Earth Hour in which cities worldwide will take part turning off lights to raise awareness of global warming.
HOSTED BY: Joss Johns
WHERE: Club House
Westleigh, NSW, Australia 2120
DIRECTIONS: The Sanctuary Club House is located in Sanctuary Gardens off Duffy Ave or Sefton Ave of Westleigh. You will find the club house on the street simply known as The Sanctuary.
see bravenewtheaters.com to find out more about these doco’s and alternative media.
please forward to anyone you know who may be interested! (reply to this email and i’ll pass on the details)
I AM LOOKING FOR:
-People with distros, authors, zine writers and artists to come
sell/exchange their wares on this day! They can come and set up by
1pm. Fee is $5. All proceeds go to Jura Books.
-more book/writing orientated activities, eg. someone to teach
bookbinding/hold reading circles/adjudicate mock debates.
Details so far:
LET’S TALK ABOUT TEXT book, zine and music fair
SUNDAY APRIL 6th
440 Parramatta Rd
Music from 2pm:
When Chimps Attack
Do Not Resuscitate
Vegan food by FOOD NOT BOMBS
Dress-up theme is LITERATURE/PHILOSOPHY
There will be:
-1pm skillshare huddle/DIY living discussion with everyone!!! just
turn up, introduce yourself and see what you wanna learn!
-a zine-making /advice table and origami nerdouts facilitated by Steph Thaw and Luke Subverts
-woolly story-telling/knitting lessons with Miss Helen
-make awesome stencils with Bekkah
-make messages with needle and thread (info on sewing and patches) with Kira
-active listening/sharing and caring skills with Bekkah
-a vegan cupcake station with icing options, etc, facilitated by Kat Thaw
-alternatives to consumer feminine hygiene products (with Kira)
-drawing jam space (unfacilitated)
-writing jam corner (unfacilitated)
-book binding (looking for someone to facilitate!)
i keep forgetting to mention my distro which i often cart around and setup at shows. i stock a wide range of alternative music from all over the world – you can check out the list here:
new stock this week are two 7″ releases from the UK documenting the rise of independent music in beijing. first is a split 7″ with joyside and the scoff (two drunk on life rock n roll bands) and second a 7″ by sonic youth favourites car-sick cars. both are beautifully packaged and $10 each.
one last shout out whilst i remember.
i’ve gotten some new ‘lucas stories’ recently (check them out here:
http://www.tenzenmen.com/lucas/TZM_lucas.shtml). but i need more! if you have any crazy tales from the life of lucas abela (aka justice yeldham, dj smallcock, a kombi etc) please email them to me.
++ i’ll either be at these events or wishing i was there ++