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AMPLITUDE - The LOOP Music Emailer

AMPLITUDE

The LOOP Music Emailer

20 June 2000

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B.net Music Awards

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Finalists have been announced for the third annual b.net radio network New Zealand Music Awards, to be presented on August 26 at The Powerstation in Auckland. 18 of these awards are decided by public vote, so get yourselves to http://www.b-net.co.nz from July 1 and judge for yourself.

CATEGORIES + NOMINEES

BEST COVER ART

Mobile Stud Unit: Blood Spew

Various: Dub Combinations

Shihad: The General Electric

Various: Flying Way Too High

Smoothy: The Shock Of The Smooth

Mark De Clive-Lowe: Six Degrees

BEST NZ MUSIC WEBSITE

Radio One: http://www.r1.co.nz

Noizyland: http://www.noizyland.com

Freq Records: http://www.freq.co.nz

Upload TV: http://www.uploadtv.com

Loops & Samples: http://www.loopsandsamples.co.nz

BEST DJ

Soane

Mu

Downtown Brown

Chelsea

Manuel Bundy

Lemon

Greg Churchill

OB1

BEST TURNTABLIST

P.Money

Raw

Rockhead

Sub Zero

Main Sauce

Mickey D

MOST PROMISING DJ

Phillipa

Nick D

Shan

John Saunders

Sean Deans

Scientific Crew

BEST LIVE ACT

Shihad

The Subliminals

King Kapisi

The Hasselhoff Experiment

Nuvonesia

HDU

BEST LIVE EVENT

Big Day Out 2000

Roots Foundation Tour

2000 AD

One Love

Gathering 2000

Rippon Festival

MOST OUTSTANDING MUSICIAN

Brendan Moran (Hasselhoff/Subliminals)

Luke Casey (Eye TV/Relaxomatic)

Godfrey De Grut (New Loungehead)

Bob Cardy (Shaft)

Sola Monday

Mark De Clive-Lowe (Nuvonesia)

Mike Fabulous (The Star Factory)

Nathan Haines

BEST VOCALIST

Dallas Tamaira (Bongmaster/Crackhead Experience)

Demarnia Lloyd (Cloudboy/Mink)

Shayne Carter (Dimmer)

Julia Deans (Fur Patrol)

King Kapisi

Jordan Reyne (Dr Kevorkian)

Dave Yetton (Stereobus)

Che Fu

BEST HIPHOP/REGGAE/DUB RELEASE

Various: Dub Combinations

The Nomad: Second Selection

Various: Southside Story

D'Cypher: Gift Of Sound (EP)

DLT: I'm your MC (single)

King Kapisi: Reverse Resistance (single)

BEST ELECTRONICA RELEASE

SJD: 3

Various: Algorhythm 2

Jedeye: Reflector

Various: Sampler - Genetic Engineering

Sola Rosa: Entrance To Skyway (EP)

House of DownTown: Whatever Comes (single)

BEST ROCK/POP RELEASE

D4: The D4 EP

Shihad: The General Electric

The Hasselhoff Experiment: Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned

Jakob: Jakob

Stereobus: Brand New

Garageland: Do What You Want

BEST INDEPENDENT RELEASE

Jakob: Jakob

Inspector Moog: Wait

Splitter: Stereo Happiness

SJD: 3

Various: Flying Way Too High

Fader: The Moth Record (EP)

Sola Rosa: Entrance To Skyway (EP)

Mestar: Steamer (EP)

BEST UNRELEASED SONG

Confucius: Maceo

Golden Horse: American Wife

Fang: Employee of the Month

Dub Connection: All The Goodness [from LOOP CD3... go the Dub!]

Concord Dawn: Styx

The Relaxomatic Project: Every Day There's Something

The Datsuns: Super Gyration

Kitset: Sunset Loan

BEST NEW ACT

Rubicon

Confucius

Jakob

The Relaxomatic Project

The Datsuns

Concord Dawn

The Black Seeds

Shapeshifter

BEST MUSIC VIDEO

Shihad: My Mind's Sedate

Dimmer: Evolution

King Kapisi: Reverse Resistance

Salmonella Dub: Johnny

Furpatrol: Now [coming soon... on the next LOOP CDrom]

House of DownTown: Whatever Comes

BEST SONG

King Kapisi: Reverse Resistance

The Nomad: Look Around

DLT: I'm your MC

House of DownTown: Whatever Comes

The Hasselhoff Experiment: Brown Paper Bag

Dimmer: Evolution

BEST ALBUM

Various: Algorhythm 2

The Nomad: Second Selection

Various: Dub Combinations

The Hasselhoff Experiment: Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned

Jakob: Jakob

Shihad: The General Electric

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