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Hip Hop Workshop

By Youth Project Officer - 6 March 2008 36

Hip Hop Workshop with Karuna

2 – 5pm Saturday 15 March

A youth workshop with the talented Karuna Bajracharya (ex-Bumblebeez). Participants will compose and write a song/sound piece, made from the ground up using only what’s available in the room. Everyone will be asked to contribute sonically to the experiment. Bring your iPods or similar mp3 playing devices. Karuna will be driving the workshop but it will be up to participants to steer its creative direction. Bring your voices, lyrics or poems and an instrument (percussion – makeshift, anything that makes an interesting sound). This workshop is part of the ANU Writers Group and ACT Writers Centre program for young writers (under 30).

 

Venue: The Front Café, Lyneham Shops.

 

Cost: $10 for ACT Writers Centre members / $35 non-members.

 

Only 12 places – book early on 6262 9191.

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Hip Hop Workshop
Thumper 2:01 pm 07 Mar 08

Wipe the tears from your eyes princess.

I didn’t citicise your precious little hip hop.

At least we can play instruments and sing.

papadoc 1:58 pm 07 Mar 08

Just what the world needs Thumper, another pop funk band…

I thought you guys would’ve died along with the Gypsy Bar.

hingo 1:50 pm 07 Mar 08

I don’t need a workshop to learn how to be a wigger. YouTube has plenty of Vanilla Ice clips.

papadoc 1:45 pm 07 Mar 08

“Did I ever ask you to listen to it?

Do I give a f*ck if you don’t listen to it?

Somehow you seem to have mixed me up as someone who is bagging hip hop. True, I can’t stand it, but if that’s what some poeple like then so be it. I have nothing against it.

I don’t like opera either, but others do. No drama.

Pull your head in sunshine and stop jumping to conclusions.”

Hit a raw nerve did I? It just seemed like you thought you were above hip-hop with your little comment.

Why did you feel the need to comment anyway? No-one cares about your instrument or how you play with it.

You’re probably the sort of fag who plays bass with a pick anyway.

“Pull your head in sunshine and stop jumping to conclusions.”

WTF? Like you’re the sort of cock smoker I should be listening to. Grow up and show some fucking respect.

Mælinar 1:31 pm 07 Mar 08

Actually, I’m into wave modulators. I’m still plucking up the courage to tell Thumper I want to get about 50 of the little fuckers and jam with his band by dancing like a ninja who lied down on an ants nest.

Absent Diane 12:10 pm 07 Mar 08

actually – australia has a lot to do with hip hop.. given that the first sequencer designed by an australian.. and the sequencers main first use was hiphop or rap was.

anyway who gives a fck if it is not australian.. patriotism is a morons game 🙂 seriously for the stupid – if it sounds good or appeals to you then that is fantastic. if it doesn’t who cares.
word.

Mr Evil 10:52 am 07 Mar 08

“If you limited your musical and dance outlook to things traditional here you’d be limited to square dancing to a lagerphone.”

Gee, I didn’t know that those Indigenous people who’ve been here for a few years didn’t have a long history of musical talent?

Thumper 10:30 am 07 Mar 08

Did I ever ask you to listen to it?

Do I give a f*ck if you don’t listen to it?

Somehow you seem to have mixed me up as someone who is bagging hip hop. True, I can’t stand it, but if that’s what some poeple like then so be it. I have nothing against it.

I don’t like opera either, but others do. No drama.

Pull your head in sunshine and stop jumping to conclusions.

papadoc 10:10 am 07 Mar 08

And we’ll stick to not listening to it…

Thumper 10:07 am 07 Mar 08

I’ll stick to playing bass, singing, and writing my recording my own stuff 😉

caf 10:02 am 07 Mar 08

Yeah, about as aussie as jazz, pop, rock, blues, or symphony orchestras.

If you limited your musical and dance outlook to things traditional here you’d be limited to square dancing to a lagerphone.

Mr Evil 9:36 am 07 Mar 08

I prefer interpretive dance with Llamas, Graffitti ‘artists’ and Toastmasters.

Hip Hop – another great Aussie tradition. 🙁

Ralph 9:15 pm 06 Mar 08

I prefer interpretive dance, with castanets.

barking toad 8:39 pm 06 Mar 08

And ralph

barking toad 8:38 pm 06 Mar 08

Thumper, Maelinear and Growling Ferret should really hook into this!

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