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NZ Music Week May 7-13

As of Breakfast on Monday morning 95bFM commences another Mammoth series of New Zealand Music Week Live-To-Airs. There are 7 acts every day, from the famous to the not-so-famous, the Brand New to the somewhat seasoned, there's something to interest all music fans. Here is the line-up:

Monday
Breakfast 1 Garageland
Breakfast 2 HIP
10-12am Wireless
The Wire Hussman
2.pm-4pm Avotor
Drive Rainy Days
Drive 2 The D4

Tuesday
Breakfast 1 Plastic Junk
Breakfast 2 Grand Central Band
10-12am Pogo
The Wire Easy tiger
2.pm-4pm Betchdupa
Drive Pluto
Drive 2 The Mercanaries


Wednesday
Breakfast 1 Shayne Carter
Breakfast 2 Sola Rosa
10-12am Josephine
The Wire Bryan Bell
2.pm-4pm Rotor +
Drive Concord Dawn
Drive 2 King Kapisi

Thursday
Breakfast 1 Xanadu
Breakfast 2 Stayfree Carefree
10-12am Augustino
The Wire Dystopia
2.pm-4pm Manfat
Drive Bra Spender
Drive 2 Fanta Baby

Friday
Breakfast 1 Rubicon
Breakfast 2 K.H.P
10-12am Meterman
The Wire The Coolies
2.pm-4pm S.J.D
Drive Rubber Tarzan
Drive 2 Goodshirt

And Don't forget Freak The Sheep Live from the Kings Arms Wednesday May 9 from 8pm Featuring The Deceptikonz, Day One, Subware & Knowers Ark $10 or $5 with a Vodafone bcard


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