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Amplifier Newsletter #116 - 5 May 2004

Amplifier Newsletter #116 - 5 May 2004

Greetings .
May is NZ Music Month - check out news section for regular updates on
events and links to nzmusic month sites.

Tinpot Guru

The drumming skills of Luke Casey are widely known in the NZ music scene,
from the early days with 7 Dials and Eye TV to the most recent
inspirations with Dan Sperber and The Relaxomatic Project. Now producing
his own project Tinpot Guru, Luke showcases his own writing skills and
interweaves other musical duties from a line up of special guests.

Meterman - Sun Blind

Meterman demonstrate their presence with pinpoint timing, minimalism and
solid song structure. Latest single from Meterman - Sun Blind. Available
off a Meterman EP due mid 2004. Recorded by Clint Murphy at York St. Mixed
and Mastered by Dale Cotton.

Pan Am on Tour in May

Announcing an 11 date nation-wide tour extravaganza of sight and sound.
All through the music month of May the band will visit the main centres in
both islands and a few of the more far flung bastions of rock 'n roll in
our fair land - Barrytown and Raglan are two typical west coast examples.
In support will be some local acts such as Daisy Chain Halo, Gestalt
Switch & Pilot.


Something To Live By - Ian Rushton

we've done so much good for so many people - DeAd pAN ranGeRs

Tiny Blue Bioshpere - Rhian Sheehan


Not Many - Remix Scribe

Doot Dude - Nathan Haines

Simple Days - Stardrunk

#1 Pop Chart
AM Radio - Lucid 3

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

#1 Urban Chart
Not Many - Scribe

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