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Tremendous Range of Shows Swamp the City

What: This Is Not Art, Sound Summit and Electrofringe
Where: The Cambridge Hotel
When: Wednesday September 26, 2001

OVER the next five nights This Is Not Art, Sound Summit and Electrofringe will assemble the largest collection of hip-hop and electronica ever in Australia.

Continuing until next Monday, the festival will feature over 180 acts, 220 performances and over 20 international guests.

Whether you like drum 'n' bass, electronica, hip hop or hardcore, you can be sure to find something that will satisfy your musical craving.

The festival is hosting ages gigs, under age shows in local clubs, hotels and other venues.

The festival will host a number of hip hop shows including one at The Palais Royale and Hotel CBD. Home Ground, an all ages show, will be held at The Palais on Friday night from 7pm to 11pm and feature an impressive line-up of acts including locals Fun-Q, Mathmatics, Blades of Hadez, Clear Options, Bric a Brac and Phonetix Experimentz. They will join Sydney's Terminal Illness and Adelaide's Terra Firma. Entry to the show is $7.

A second hip hop gig will be held as a Coolroom Special at CBD Hotel on Thursday night, featuring a number of hip hop acts including DJ Maniak, DJ Armee, Andre, Bric a Brac, Tha Mofokus, Mathmatics, Brad Strut and Solemon Kleptoe, Baldes of Hades, Cannibal Tribe, Terra Firma, Terminal Illness and a break battle between Robotech and Stawm. Entry is $8. The show begins at 8.30pm.

The biggest show is at The Cambridge Hotel on Friday night from 10pm to 5am and will feature former Resin Dogs members Two Dogs as well as 25 other acts.

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