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Amplifier Newsletter #119 - 19 May 2004

Amplifier Newsletter #119 - 19 May 2004

Greetings .

Minuit release LP in aussie, Baitercell and Timmy Shumacher drop a 12", Play It Strange is building up for the 24 hour nz music blast National Anthem. All that and more in the news section


A sophisticated yet versatile package, Mojave is a contemporary jazz quintet exploring jazz, latin, lounge and other energetic grooves.

D1 Entertainment

D1 Entertainment is about to hit you airwaves with their debut release 'Koko Luv' A song featuring Dominique who is also the music producer and a director of D1 Entertainment.

Taming of the Wasps - Paselode

Paselode's long-awaited debut album has finally arrived and to celebrate this momentous occasion Radio Active 89fm will host a special launch gig at Indigo Bar on Friday the 21st of May before the band embark on a massive 20+ date national tour.


East of Eden - Graham Brazier Buy it! $22.75

Painkillers - Stylus Buy it! $22.75

Ristretto - Mojave Buy it! $33.75


Baggy Trousers - Dark Tower

Crowded Room - Michelle Kazor

Staring at the ocean - Heavy Jones Trio

Charts Pop White Trash - Steriogram

Dance The George W. Bush Track - Take Aim

Urban Not Many - Scribe


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