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Radio Active 89FM NZ Music Week - 100% NZ Music

Radio Active 89FM NZ Music Week - 100% 24/7 NZ Music

6 May, 2001

Export Gold & NZOnAir in association with Wellington Rock Shop & the Package are very proud to support...

Radio Active 89FM NZ Music Week

Starting midnight tonight for one whole week, 100% 24/7... nothing but NZ Music will be broadcasting to your ears!

89FM On-Air Highlights
Live at 5pm on Drive Mon Letterbox Lambs
Tues Warryn @ TrinityRoots
Wed Jet Jaguar
Thurs Barnaby @ BlackSeeds/Dub Connection
Fri Mina @ Wai100

All throughout the week there will be numerous local and national interviews, producer picks and specialist show specials.

For Musicians keen to get ahead with their own music - check out the Free Musician Forums this Monday & Tuesday at 7pm, MacKenzie Theatre, Capital E
in the Civic Square
1. How to score government funding for recording/videos with Brendan Smyth of NZOnAir and Jeremy Winter of Creative NZ
2. How to promote your music to NZ and the world with representatives from Wishbone Records, Morse Media, Loop & SmokeCD's

And to get you away from the radio and enjoying Aotearoa Fresh & Live - check out the events! $10 or $5 with ActiveCard

Wednesday 9th at 8pm, Bodega
Massey University in association with Radio Active 89FM presents Jazz Under
the Kowhai Tree With hosts Hamie the Invincible and Twig van Milos (Tuesday Drive 4-7pm) Featuring... Jonothan Crayford, Twinset, Antony Donaldson with Sunburst Finish and CLBob

Thursday 10th at 8pm, Valve
Hemp Beer presents Waka of Dub With hosts Grasshopper & MC Imon Star (Homebass - Thursday 11pm) Featuring... Optimus Prime, Fat Freddys, Dub Connection and TrinityRoots

Friday 11th at 8pm, Indigo
Export Gold presents Stars in their Ears Wha (4) Kiwi Covers Band Night With hosts Andy and Pete (The Session - Thursday 9pm) Featuring... Paseload, Mince (nee Mink), Grand Prix, Hairy Lollies, Dana Éclair, Dunedin Omegas (aka Cloudboy), Marineville, Twinset, Optimus Prime and the BlackSeeds

Sunday 13th at 8pm, Bodega
103% - also being broadcast live-to-air With host [mt] (Tick - Mondays 7pm) Featuring... Ekto, Rhombus, Cuffy & Leon D

Breathe deep the smell of pohutakawa - for more info please don't Hesitate to contact infopimp@radioactive.co.nz or check out the website at www.radioactive.fm

Robyn L. Walker... aka Rockgirl
Programming & Promotions
Radio Active 89FM
this station rules the nation
ph 04 801 9899 studio 04 801 9089 fax 801 9879 email
robyn@radioactive.co.nz


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