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Amplifier Newsletter #113 - 6 April 2004

Amplifier Newsletter #113 - 6 April 2004

Greetings . Applications can now be made to play live-to-air on 95bFM during New Zealand Music Week. Bands and producers are invited to register their interest by filling out the application form - check the news story >

Keep'n it real

Paselode >

Wellington sleaze rockers Paselode have been impressing the pants off rock fans around the country for the last 3 1/2 years and are preparing to take their unique mix of retro keyboard tinged rock with a progressive edge to the world.

Nat Rose

>From the first word of her opening song Nat has audiences falling in love with her rich vocal style. By the end of her set they are desperate to know when they can hear her again. She has the finesse of Lauren Hill, the soul of Jaguar Wright, the passion of Erica Badu and the voice of Jill Scott


SONIC is a modern rock based group with a 4 piece line-up including female lead singer, bass player and guitarist Nikki Hartnett-Clarke. Song writing influences are wide and varied and feedback suggests a sound reminiscent of international band NO DOUBT and Kiwi Band STELLAR.


Salon Kingsadore - Salon Kingsadore

Beginning of the World EP - Tourist

Melodius Beats Volume 1 - Mark de Clive-Lowe


Rosary - Marvey King >

Secret Garden - Mestar

Hope - Fat Freddys Drop

#1 Rock Chart Sensible - Sonic

#1 Dance Chart The George W. Bush Track - Take Aim

#1 Contempory Chart All the Kings Horses - Billy Tahana

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