[cc-community] Festival in Portugal
zotz at 100jamz.com
Mon Jan 2 12:21:13 EST 2006
I went to Simuze.
Is there some way to sort the materials by license?
I am only interested in BY and BY-SA works.
all the best,
On Monday 02 January 2006 10:47 am, Bjorn Wijers wrote:
> Hi there,
> We're a foundation called Open Media (http://www.open-media.nl) that
> works on projects that promote creativity and openess. We aim to combine
> Free/Open Source ideologies and methodologies and we've created a
> website called Simuze (http://www.simuze.nl) with loads of interesting
> musicians that offer music under a CC licenses. Its in Dutch, but I
> think you'll be able to listen to the music without too much hassle.
> Have a look at http://www.simuze.nl
> Ps On Simuze I would recommend the following musicians:
> Kismet (Indie-rock):
> EXCON (almost classical, postrock:
> Headcollision (triphop?):
> We Vs Death (movies without the movie?):
> Not on Simuze, but well also well worth listening:
> Banda Tre (Polish dancehall):
> Pourquo me Reveiller (Dutch indie weirdness)
> JCastro wrote:
> > Hi everyone!
> > We are preparing an Anticopyright Festival in Portugal, and are looking
> > for artists and performers, DJ's and VJ's who are into Free art and
> > culture. Creative Commons is not yet implemented in Portugal, though
> > work is being done in that direction. We aim to give a kick start to
> > the concept wich is virtually unknown here. This will happen in April.
> > Anyone interested or just curious please contact us at
> > huinghuinghuing at yahoo.com
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