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York Street Studios Acid Test-this sun


York Street Studios Acid Test-this sun

Hi there

Since the last update we've had 2 fantastic heats in the York Street Studios Acid Test with a total of 7 acts making it through to the semi-finals (6th, 7th, 13th and 14th of September)

Runninghouse www.runninghouse.co.nz Goon www.goon.co.nz Simon Hislop Luke Bodle Shaky Ground Pierced www.pierced.co.nz Manu Bennett

The next heat is this coming Sunday 3rd August starting at 7pm sharp Frogletter www.frogletter.com Ian Anderson Tin Eye Grin Michael Renkema Seclusion www.seclusion.net.nz

It'll be an awesome night of entertainment and what else is there to do on a Sunday night, so pop along and check out Auckland's best variety of up and coming talent!

There are still a few spaces available for performers in The York Street Studios Acid Test, enter online at http://www.temple.co.nz/York_Street_2003.htm or pick up an entry form off the front door of the Temple at any time.

With over $15,000 worth of prizes, the competition is a fantastic chance for musicians to not only take advantage of these prizes, but also; the exposure, industry networking, career development and other great opportunities this competition affords.

The impressive prize packages include: 1st Prize * $5,000 recording and mastering package at the prestigious York Street Studios www.yorkstreet.co.nz * Duplication of 500 CDs at SOFTWARE IMAGES - New Zealand's leading replicator of digital media www.softwareimages.co.nz * Guaranteed airplay on Channel Z www.channelz.co.nz * An advertisement in NZ Musician Magazine www.nzmusician.co.nz * Guaranteed airplay from www.vision100.com PLUS $100 of petrol vouchers * The Index Music Directory www.theindex.co.nz

2nd Prize * 20 hours of recording at MAINZ (Music and Audio Institute of NZ) www.mainz.ac.nz * 100 x 4 colour CD-R's in plastic wallets from SOFTWARE IMAGES www.softwareimages.co.nz * The Index Music Directory www.theindex.co.nz

3rd Prize * 20 hours of recording at MAINZ (Music and Audio Institute of NZ) www.mainz.ac.nz * 50 x 4 colour CD-R's in plastic wallets from SOFTWARE IMAGES www.softwareimages.co.nz * The Index Music Directory www.theindex.co.nz

Music in Parks Gigs * For 3 of the finalists

All Finalists * The Index Music Directory www.theindex.co.nz

Pie Mania - Auckland's leading gourmet pie café are also proud to be supporting NZ music by providing food for the judges. www.piemania.co.nz


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