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Colour Out of Space

The events described in the above link occurred in Brighton, UK, so I probably won't go to the next one, but if you happen to be located near there and are interested in that sort of thing...

"Welcome to the second Brighton festival of exploratory sound - three days of sound poets, feral choirs, avant-noise collagists, ecstatic free-jazz, folk-primitives, home-spun electronics, free-yodelers and more. Colour out of Space brings together some of the boldest current innovators in experimental sound with a host of pioneering presences from its last forty years. This year's festival is all under one roof (and garden too - weather permitting) - the newly refurbished Sallis Benney Theatre."
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Copied from [livejournal.com profile] corvaxgirl's journal:

[livejournal.com profile] salonconvention & [livejournal.com profile] salonannounce

This convention was created by [livejournal.com profile] corvaxgirl, [livejournal.com profile] arxacies, and friends. Last year's was very good, according to reports.


May. 8th, 2007 08:11 pm
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At the Spoutwood Faerie Festival, one of the musicians in particular stood out from the rest. She was Caera, a Celtic harpist. Well, so ok, an elven harpist. Several of her CDs that are available from CD Baby.

Wake the Dragon
Listen to my Story
Through Misty Air (solo album)
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For anyone interested, this is the website of the fairie festival at Sproutwood Farm in PA. If you like to see (or be) perky little people wearing sparkly things or buy/admire sparkly things, this is the place for you...
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An Aussie gather - in January 2004 (early summertime, if I'm not mistaken). Reasons for visiting Australia seem to be proliferating at a rapid rate...

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Thanks to everyone who made the gathering what it was. I was left with more food than I started with. The place was left cleaner than it was before the gathering. All the dishes were mysteriously washed. [livejournal.com profile] dhermit helped shovel the cars out of the great snowy goodness (TM). Everyone made it home alive (I had expected everyone to cancel but they didn't). What's not to love...

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