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Amplifier Newsletter #133 - 24 August 2004

Tue, 24 Aug 2004

Amplifier Newsletter #133 - 24 August 2004

Kia Ora . Voting for the 2004 bNet NZ Music Awards closes this Friday August 27 at 5pm. The last week for the public to post their votes. Get into it!

New Material

TRACK - ARTIST JAMES DUNCAN ARTIST JAMES DUNCAN James Duncan creates demented soundscapes and wild plasti-pop crossover tunes with a simple home PC and an electric guitar. When he is not playing effected guitar for SJD, he can generally be found hiding out in his home studio where he is currently producing his first album.

VIDEO - ARTIST A BLEEDING HEART - THE BLEEDERS Boasting a line up of musicians all of whom have had vast experience as part of the New Zealand Punk / Hardcore scene in such acts as, DSM, Evil Priest, Malcontent, Smooth Jimmies, Kid Nuisance & AOV. The Bleeders bring together a innovative sound, drawing influence from Punk, Hardcore & Rock.

ALBUM - ARTIST THE GUNS EP - MINUIT Minuit have been developing their sound and fan base progressively since their album 'The 88' hit the streets. A new release is here with 7 live tracks and 4 videos to keep you pumping.

COMPETITION STARDRUNK Stardrunk are about to release their debut album Complete Control. The are playing the Studio this thursday... win tickets to the Stardrunk live show and a copy of the debut album!


Urban I Got - Fast Crew

Dance The George W. Bush Track - Take Aim

Rock Taking Over - Goodnight Nurse

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