We are very pleased to announce that after 2 years we have now reached that magic point where BNE – our archive of Brisbane independent electronic music production – has broken even as a project, and that this week we will be delivering on the project’s aim to donate all profits to the Brisbane Lord Mayor’s Charitable Trust, to assist the homeless and others in need in our city.
This is a direct outcome from the contribution and collaboration of all bands and artists appearing on BNE. Thank you!
We still have a handful of copies of the book+archive left: click here to obtain one of the final copies (+ 2 bonus Trans:Com CDs) before they run out forever.
Things have been bubbling away at Trans:Com since the gargantuan project that was BNE (www.projectbne.com). We’ve got some interesting times ahead – watch this space.
Our new digital album release is from Cyan Vow, titled ‘Play It Like A Machine’; the new outfit from Duncan Fairbrother, formerly of Sphere and Alieonix. See the release page for more information, and here is a preview track from the album to enjoy:
Preview / download another selection of the massive BNE set list with our very own 60 minute megamix.
The BNE book is on sale now. Click the BNE Project menu item above.
What a remarkable night, celebrating 35 years of Brisbane independent electronic music and the launch of the BNE Book and Music Archive. Click here to read our review of the event. Thanks to DJ Jen-E, The Megamen, Vision Four 5, Soma Rasa, and Boxcar, and all the BNE contributors for helping to make it happen, and all those who came, saw, danced, and enjoyed!
Preview / download a (very small) selection of the massive BNE set list, courtesy Brisbane DJ Jen-E’s 30 minute megamix.
The BNE book is on presale now, as are the tickets for the launch event. Both are strictly limited in number, so get in early.
Click the BNE Project menu item above.