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Amplifier Newsletter #123 - 16 June 2004

Amplifier Newsletter #123 - 16 June 2004

Greetings .
Check the release of 2017 Pacific Ultrasound compilation from Sugarlicks,
some tasty treats to explore. Also check Bannerman below, a haunting lofi
experience, well worth a listen.

The Nabatean

The man at the controls of Sugarlicks studio's triple stereo valve sound
lounge, Lukas Farry produces under the Nabatean guise.


You found Bannerman through the music right? Maybe you heard "House of
One" on the b-net and wanted to find out all about us. Ahh yes, good old
Amplifier will have all the answers...

Ghost Tones

A new collaboration between Maya and g-muva exploring afro-beat and hip
hop dub in a pacific context. Their second single and video is released on
pacific ultrasound 2017 - "material girl".


Dedicated 88-91 - Upper Hutt Posse
Buy it! $25.95

2017 Pacific Ultrasound (Sugarlicks)
Various Artists
Buy it! $28.98

Tongan Chic - Soane
Buy it! $28.60



Not Given Lightly
Chris Knox

Exit To The City
The D4

Loner - Goodnight Nurse

The George W. Bush Track - Take Aim

Not Many - Scribe


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