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Chateau Rdio – The Music Everywhere Party

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May 3, 2012
7:00 pm
7:00 pm

Rdio is an online subscription service that allows you to tune into any music you like online or on your phone. It’s apparently pretty big stuff and is getting a really big push within the music industry.

To celebrate the launch of their website, Rdio brings an awesome line-up of artists to Melbourne. Goldfields, Cut off your hands Die! Die! Die!, Love Connection, Forces, and Indian Summer DJs (+ more) will have the dance floor packed for the love of online music. If you’re interested in the evolution of the digital music industry, you might like to come here to network with others who are too.

WHEN: Thursday, 3 May – 7pm-late
WHERE: The Workers Club, 51 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy
WEB: http://www.facebook.com/rdio/app_325583240830345


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