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Amplifier Newsletter #88 - 28 October 2003

Amplifier Newsletter #88 - 28 October 2003

Greetings music lovers. The APRA Silver Scrolls are on tonight! Big night for the songwriters of NZ... vote for your nominee and be into win nz music month t-shirts and natures best CDs. ENTER HERE Love Amplifier

Latest Goodies

Cause 'B' EnKrYpTa

The advancement of technology is leading artists to the very source of sound itself, an awareness in the individual of infinity... This album is the exploration of an intrigued mind into the electronic phenomena known as 'drum&bass'. The debut album from BoP D&B DJ/Producer 'EnKrYpTa'


Mozelee formed in March 2002. The band spent their first year writing and gigging throughout the Auckland area. In late 2002 Mozelee was awarded a grant from NZ on air to record their debut single "Complete". Runner up at the Battle of the Bands 2003, Mozelee are destined for bigger things.

Songbook The Nudie Suits

After years of erratic live gigs that blended genius with chaos, and endless hours of home recording to refine their unique sound, Lil' Chief Records have persuaded the Nudie Suits to allow the release of 12 of their most popular recordings.

Recent Additions

Season for Assault - 8 Foot Sativa

At A Lucid End - Trillion

Slowpoke - Phelps & Munro

top 3 tunes

URBAN 1. Scribe 2001 - P-Money

POP 2. Redlight - Stoods

DANCE 3. Morning Light - Concord Dawn

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