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Amplifier Newsletter #68


Amplifier Newsletter #68 - 5 May 2003

Last weeks Tui awards were filled with winners who are independent of the majors, just another reason to keep pushing the unsigned talent. Check out your local scene this month for live-to-airs, releases, gigs and more! Love Amplifier

The PM is back from Europe.

Ramekin Formed in '96, their music is heavy, hard-driving, groove-based rock/metal. Gaining airplay on 95bFM & The Rock plus winning a $10,000 music video grant courtesy of the Jim Beam / m2 Video Scheme for their song Clay. Also recording a 6-song E.P. 'Nota Bene' with Andrew Buckton.

NZ Music Month T-Shirts Support NZ Music during Music Month with a T-Shirt - 3 styles in 3 sizes!

Billy Williams - Retrospect Playing professionally for 35 years from 1968 with the 'Classic Affair' in Auckland, Billy has played with many varied and talented bands to this day. The release of his Retrospect CD is a time piece displaying his talent from within bands as 'Ticket', 'Space Farm', Monsoon & more.

1. Nesian Mystik For the people

2. Jester Fries with that

3. Take Aim The George W. Bush Track

todayinhistory: Marianne Faithful English rock star and Rolling Stones girlfriend plays @ Christchurch's Theatre Royal 1991

Check out the Raw and Dance channels on XtraMSN

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