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Amplifier Newsletter #118 - 14 May 2004

Amplifier Newsletter #118 - 14 May 2004

Greetings . Amplifier in association with the Auckland Art Gallery bring you shows from acclaimed New Zealand musicians, on two consecutive Saturdays, May 15 and 22, to celebrate New Zealand Music Month. Check the article below...
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Music at the Auckland Art Gallery http://www.amplifier.co.nz/amp/view?item_id=8101

Saturday 15 May features Rootskonductor at 1pm and a showcase from the up-and-coming D1 Entertainment label at 3pm. On Saturday 22 May you can catch Gramsci at 1pm and Lucid 3, appropriately, at 3pm.

The WBC - Recline Dub http://www.amplifier.co.nz/amp/view?item_id=8105

"Recline Dub" is just about getting away from it all and in this instance follows a group of friends on a road trip North to the coastal town of Baylys Beach (near Dargaville). This was inter-cut with footage of the band rehearsing. .

Very Short Films - DVD http://www.amplifier.co.nz/amp/view?item_id=8084

This year, Flying Nun presents its very first DVD titled, Very Short Films cited for release on May 10th, 2004. It contains a mammoth 41 videos produced for Flying Nun Records artists from 2004 back to 1981.

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