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A LOW HUM have got a plan

Fri, 08 Oct 2004

A LOW HUM have got a plan. a big plan, a crazy plan.

For our December issue, we are doing something very special. Instead of our usual tour, we are having Xmas partys around the country in co-operation with our favourite NZ supporting radio stations. The entry to these shows will get you a very special issue of A LOW HUM, not with CD, but with 1 or 2 DVD's of heaps and heaps of unreleased, rare and ace New Zealand music videos!

We are aiming to get anywhere upto 100 music videos. But we need some vids. We've already got a pretty good start, but need more. We got some seriously good stuff already.but to make this happen, we need more.

We're looking for anything. Home made, funded, non-funded, whatever.If you've got 5 minutes of cloud patterns set to music it sounds good to me. Mini documentarys, live videos, whatever!

But.I need it all by Nov 1st. That is less then a month away.

If you've got a video and are keen for it to be on this mega compilation, send an email to . I'll then email you back with specs etc.



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