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Amplifier Newsletter #170 - 25 May 2005

Amplifier Newsletter #170 - 25 May 2005

Kia ora , In the news this week, Dave Dobbyn is on a grass roots tour leading up to his new album release out on June 13, plus the Phoenix Foundation are also touring to promote their new album Pegasus. We have been busy adding back catalogues from various records labels, so check out some old favourites like Dave Dobbyn, Bic Runga, Chris Knox, Headless Chickens, Voom, Paul Ubana Jones and many more...

Ka kite ano.

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Latest Goodies

Track Danger - Verse Two

Danger is the first in release in ages from Verse Two. It will be on sale in a couple of months on limited edition vinyl. It features the vocals of Ladi 6 and was inspired by the events of September 11.

http://www.amplifier.co.nz/nzmusic/15249/danger.html

Classic Album Navigator - Che Fu

With Che Fu set to release a new album we thought it would be good to look back at the classic Navigator. Navigator Che Fu was made with The Krates, P-Money and The Villajah MC's. Navigator entered the NZ top 50 chart in 2001 at Number 1 and stayed there for three consecutive weeks.

http://www.amplifier.co.nz/nzmusic/15159/navigator.html

Video Getting Stronger - Adeaze

Getting Stronger from Adeaze, which features the amazing talents of vocalist Aaradhna, topped the Amplifier charts for several weeks. This video will show you why.

http://www.amplifier.co.nz/nzmusic/15399/getting_stronger_feat_aaradhna.ht ml

Track Baby Don't Go Home - OdESSA

Baby Don't Go Home is the first single from Wellington band OdESSA's debut album, Oak Park Avenue, which is due for release in July/August 2005. Fresh from supporting Goldenhorse and gigging with Flash Harry, Baby Don’t Go Home manages to capture the sheer energy of an OdESSA live show in a blistering two minutes and twenty one seconds.

http://www.amplifier.co.nz/nzmusic/15251/baby_dont_go_home.html

Classic Video Nice Day For An Earthquake - Jakob

Uplifting yet dark and intense, both sonically massive and delicately complex. Jakob defy definition and while many influences come to mind theirs is a unique sound. Nice Day For An Earthquake is a classic track from their album Subset of Sets. Sitting on a mountain top with a TV and an axe, the timing of the action is perfect!

http://www.amplifier.co.nz/nzmusic/15264/nice_day_for_an_earthquake.html

ENDS


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