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Amplifier Newsletter #139 - 6 October 2004

Amplifier Newsletter #139 - 6 October 2004

Kia Ora .

The first round of performers at the 2005 Big Day Out have been announced
with some top New Zealand acts in the mix... read the full story
http://www.amplifier.co.nz/amp/view?item_id=9216

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New Material

ALBUM - ARTIST
AIMING FOR YOUR HEAD - BETCHADUPA
Betchadupa release a stunning second album Aiming For Your Head.
Produced by Nick Launay (Midnight Oil, Nick Cave, The Living End), it is
without doubt one of the year's finest rock records.

http://www.amplifier.co.nz/amp/view?item_id=9162


VIDEO - ARTIST
DO YOU FEEL THE COLD? - TOURIST
Tourist release their latest EP - Do You Feel the Cold? A video for the
title track was produced by Amino Films, a night time sequence in an
elevated car park building just off Lambton Quay.

http://www.amplifier.co.nz/amp/view?item_id=9078


ALBUM - ARTIST - COMPETITION
APE TO ANGEL - PITCH BLACK
Michael Hodgson and Paddy Free of Pitch Black are proud to announce the
birth of their third child, Ape to Angel, a healthy album weighing in at
approximately 60 minutes of rollicking dub beats.
Be into win a copy of the album here... ENTER DRAW

http://www.amplifier.co.nz/amp/view?item_id=9194


FEATURED TRACKS - STAFF PICKS

Sunshine
Farmer Pimp
http://www.amplifier.co.nz/amp/view?item_id=9082

Call Out
Max Maxwell & Gypsy Pickers
http://www.amplifier.co.nz/amp/view?item_id=9014

Hot Shit
The Rainy Days
http://www.amplifier.co.nz/amp/view?item_id=7633

ENDS

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