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Loop Recordings - What's Up...

Loop - What's Up...

Heya.... and a big ol' Kia Ora from LOOP Recordings,

In this update:
THE 2005 BNET AWARDS
THRIVE WELLINGTON
RHIAN SHEEHAN VIDEO RELEASE PARTY
RHIAN SHEEHAN LIVE AT SANDWICHES THIS SAT
THE GREEN ROOM 003

THE 2005 BNET AWARDS

This year we have LOOP artists nominated in two categories.

Best NZ Remix:

TUBBS is up for for his funkified take of Five Day Night featuring Dallas. (Fat Freddy's Drop Mix)

Best Downbeat Release.

And (oh dear) we have TWO artist's nominated in this category Age Pryors beautiful City Chorus and The Video Kids fresh and neon release Prototype

Voting for the 2004 bNet New Zealand Music Awards is now open at http://www.bnet.co.nz/

THRIVE WELLINGTON 2004

Want to succeed big time?

Attend THRIVE 2004 - WELLINGTON'S biggest show for business. You'll get absolutely inspired to "go for growth" by business and sporting heroes including:

MC RAYBON KAN
JOHN BARNETT, PRODUCER, WHALE RIDER
GRAHAM LOWE, SPORTING LEGEND
SAM MORGAN, TRADEME
EMILY LOUGHNAN, DIRECTOR, CLICK SUITE
TONY MARKS, PACIFIC BLUE
MICHAEL TUCKER, LOOP RECORDINGS
AND MORE...

A unique full day experience covering all the basics of growing a business, with entertainment by DAVE DOBBYN, RHIAN SHEEHAN & JESS CHAMBERS and a FASHION SHOW for only $125+GST or $95+GST to EMA Members!

THRIVE WELLINGTON - Wellington's biggest show for growing your business.

For information and bookings visit: www.thrivewellington.co.nz

August 19, Westpac St James

RHIAN SHEEHAN VIDEO RELEASE PARTY - THIS FRIDAY

Rhian Sheehan's video for his stunning single, Sunshine feat Jess Chambers is about to be released to all TV nationwide. The Video is made up of 6000 still images from locations all over our beautiful country.

If you are are invited to Sandwhiches on Friday the 27th, for The video release party at 6pm.

RHIAN SHEEHAN LIVE AT SANDWICHES THIS SAT:

42 Below, LOOP, Chelsea Records, and Sandwiches present:

Rhian Sheehan Live at Sandwiches

With Jeramiah Ross on keys,

Vocalist Jess Chambers,

and flute/koauau player Kirsten Johnstone.

With a solo set from electro whiz kid Module, and DJ's Recloose and Mu. Visuals by xulf and Mike Busy.

Saturday August 28th,

$15 pre-sales from Chelsea and the CD Store Lambton Quay.

THE GREEN ROOM 003

The third installment in this successful compilation series which aims to combine positive messaging with creativity. The next edition is out in September and includes exclusive tracks from Fat Freddy's Drop, Emma Paki, Tony Allen, The Strike Boys, Rhian Sheehan, Tommy, Carl Hancock Rux and more....

Righto, that's it for this week... hopefully well catch you at Sandwhiches...

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LOOP Promotions

LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa http://www.loop.co.nz

Listen and buy online: http://www.thegreenroom.co.nz

Phone/Fax: +64 4 803 3055 Post: PO Box 9123, Wellington, New Zealand Courier: 7th Floor, 175 Victoria St, Wellington, New Zealand


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