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Radio Active 89FM NZ Music Week 2001

Radio Active 89FM NZ Music Week 2001 - Upcoming Events Schedule

Export gold presents...
rua tekau ma wha whitu Radio Active 89FM NZ Music Week Monday 7th to Sunday 13th May, 2001

totally immerse your senses in the sounds of the long white cloud

Shining brighter than the Southern Cross - broadcasting 100% non-stop live-to-air for 10080 minutes - Radio Active 89FM will feature artist interviews, live and pre-recorded gigs, label mixes & the abundance of calibre tunes - all NZ made. View the globe as the rest of the planet should? with New Zealand at the top and www.radioactive.fm at the gateway - you'll do yourself some good by soaking in the hot tub of our own homegrown.

tune in and smell the pohutakawas

Radio Active 89FM NZ Music Week Events Schedule

Musician Forums (bought to you by the Wellington City Council) Monday 7th May - Music Funding Forum @ MacKenzie Theatre, 7pm, FREE Once you're happy with your own music, is it then simply a question of getting the cash to get it out there? Find out the what's and whys of government grants to help the industrious musician on their way to recordings and videos? Speakers: Jeremy Winter (CreativeNZ); Brendan Smythe (NZonAir)

Tuesday 8th May - Music Promotion Forum @ MacKenzie Theatre, 7pm, FREE So you've got a song - now what? There's more to being a musician these days just just making music - for to have an audience you need to find an audience. Listen as experts within the industry discuss the various means of getting your music to the people Speakers: Allan Clark (Wishbone Records); Mikee Tucker (Loop); Teina Herzer (Morse Media); Brent Gleave (SmokeCD's)

AOTEAROA - FRESH & LIVE Wednesday 9th May - Jazz under the Kowhai Tree @ Bodega, 8pm Wellington is one of New Zealand's strongest centres for Jazz Musicians as a result of the Conservatory. Get a taste of the diverse jazz flavours of our local improvising connoisseurs in a dark and comfy environment - just as good jazz should be appreciated! Featuring: BobCat; CL Bob; Antony Donaldson & Sunburst Finish; Jonathan Crayford; Twinset MCs: The Invincible Massive

Thursday 10th May - The Waka of Dub @ Valve, 8pm If there is one genre re-defining the Wellington sound, then dub is the main contender. A wealth of booming bass textures bought together with the roots styles. The waka of dub will carry all the popular crews making headlines in the kiwi groovefloor scene. Featuring: Dub Connection; Fat Freddys; Optimus Prime; TrinityRoots MC: Imon Star

Friday 11th May - Stars in their Ears Wha - NZ Covers Band Night @ Indigo Fourth time fantastic - fitter, flasher and just dripping with feta cheese? NZ bands risk more than reputation in their attempt to re-create the ¼ acre patch, drunk on milo and finally performing in Stubbies like they've always dreamed? Stars in their Ears - not just a Kiwi covers band night Featuring: BlackSeeds; Dunedin Omegas; Dana Eclair; Grand Prix; Hairy Lollies; Marineville; Mince; Optimus Prime; Paseload; Twinset MC: Peter May & Andy Miers (The Session boys aka Deep & Minimal)

Sunday 13th May - 103% Wellington Electronika @ Bodega Performed and broadcast live-to-air, the freshest textures in Wellington styles exhibit their wares in an upbeat, mellow, ambient & happening environment. A talent-fest soiree of local electronic artists? Featuring: Rhombus; Cuffy & Leon D, EBB MC: Mikke Tucker aka [mt] & special guests

$10 or $5 w/ActiveCard. Gigs start at 8pm

For any enquiries, please don't hesitate to get in contact. Choice, Robyn

Robyn Walker... aka Rockgirl Radio Active 89FM this station rules the nation ph 04 8019899 fax 04 8019879 studio 04 8019089 email robyn@radioactive.co.nz


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