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Amplifier Newsletter #126 - 7 July 2004

Amplifier Newsletter #126 - 7 July 2004

Greetings .
The nominations for the Bnet 2004 NZ Music Awards have been announced -
make your choice by voting online.

New Material

The Fanantics

The Fanatics are an electro-rock band from Auckland, New Zealand. The
sounds of dark dance beats and squally, angular guitar are combined with
minimal lyrics. The Fanatics are a two-piece with David Green on
vocals/programming and Tom Clark on vocals/guitar.

Breakin Wreckwords

Breakin Wreckwordz is an independent New Zealand owned and operated
hip-hop label that was officially established in 2002. Breakin Wreckwordz
aim is to expose and support new and upcoming hip-hop artists. The label
is a non-profit orientated mindset with the artists benefiting from their
successes as opposed to the company.

Win Sommerset Album and Tix

New Zealand's premiere punk rock band Sommerset are poised to release
their, eagerly anticipated, third full length album 'Say What You Want',
which will be released on July 19, 2004 through Shock Records NZ Ltd. To
win a copy of the new album and a double pass to any one of their NZ dates
(we provide the ticket, you get your self there) just answer the following


Mars Loves Venus
The Brunettes
Buy it! $28.95

Buy it! $28.95

Panther Valley Country Club
Buy it! $15.95


What's Down Low
Baitercell & Timmy Shumacher

Post No Bills
The Mint Chicks

Fool$ Love
Misfits of Science


Loner - Goodnight Nurse

The George W. Bush Track - Take Aim

Not Many


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