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State of the Music Nation report released

Friday 12 November

State of the Music Nation report released

The New Zealand Music Industry Commission (NZMIC) is pleased to release the first in an ongoing series of quarterly State of the Music Nation reports.

The reports contain figures collated from different areas of the NZ music industry including radio, television, retail, venues, and websites. The purpose of the reports is to provide a basis for periodic comparison of the NZ music industry. Over time, these reports will map the sector's growth, and highlight various achievements of NZ artists and companies.

The State of the Music Nation reports will provide readily accessible data about the NZ music industry for use by government departments, musicians, media, businesses, academics, or anyone with an interest in the NZ music industry.

Quarterly Report

This is a quarterly report to provide a snapshot of the NZ music industry. It is a basis for periodic comparison in order to map the growth of the industry and to help publicise the various achievements of NZ musicians and music companies. Some of the categories will change from quarter to quarter. If you would like to be involved in submitting information for these reports, please contact Tom Clark: tom@nzmusic.org.nz www.nzmusic.org.nz VENUES

KINGS ARMS TAVERN (Auckland) 3 biggest NZ gigs Apr 01 – Jun 30 2004: 1 PLUTO WITH GUESTS UNUSUALS & LIG (14th May) 2 MASTERS OF METAL & GUESTS POWER LORDZ (30th April) 3 PASELODE, THE LARRY NORMANS & THE FANATICS (8th May)

WEB [www.amplifier.co.nz] TOP 5 DOWNLOADED TRACKS: 1 FAT FREDDY’S DROP Midnight Marauders 2 JOE DUKIE & DJ FITCHIE Seconds 3 FAT FREDDYS DROP Runnin’ (Styles Mix) 4 STERIOGRAM White Trash 5 GOODNIGHT NURSE Loner

[www.amplifier.co.nz] TOP 5 PREVIEWED TRACKS: 1 SCRIBE Not Many 2 TAKE AIM The George W. Bush Track 3 P-MONEY Remember (Feat. Scribe) 4 NESIAN MYSTIC For the People 5 GOODNIGHT NURSE Loner I

MNZ CHART FIGURES

TOP 10 ALBUMS: TM TITLE ARTIST LABEL/DISTRIBUTOR 1 SHAPESHIFTER Riddim Wise TRUETONE/RHYTHMETHOD 2 SOANE TonganChic IN MUSIC/IN MUSIC 3 ALL STARS Pelea Ea LE FIAFIA/KING MUSIC 4 TE VAKA Tutuki WARM EARTH/KING MUSIC 5 KATCHAFIRE Revival MAI MUSIC/SHOCK 6 HUMMEL mediOCHRE MONKEY RECORDS/MONKEY RECORDS 7 MINUIT The 88 TARDUS/UNIVERSAL 8 SARA-JANE AUVA'A Sara-Jane SARA-JANE LTD/KING MUSIC 9 LUCID 3 All Moments Leading To This LUPIN MUSIC/GLOBAL ROUTES 10 ADEAZE Always And For Real DAWN RAID/UNIVERSAL

MUSIC TELEVISION [C4] Top 10 Music Videos Played: 1 ADEAZE How Deep Is Your Love 2 SOANE All I Need 3 LAZRUS Scribble 4 ELEMENO P Claim To Fame 5 DAWN RAID ALLSTARS Hook Up VENUES IMNZ CHART FIGURES MUSIC TELEVISION WEB

RADIO

RADIOSCOPE MOST PLAYED NZ TRACKS: Rank Title Artist Label

[ALL RADIO] 1 SAVING THE WORLD Brooke Fraser SONY MUSIC 2 THEY CAN'T TAKE THAT AWAY Ben Lummis BMG 3 AT SEVENTEEN Amber Claire SONY MUSIC 4 HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVE? Adeaze DAWN RAID/UNIVERSAL 5 SHE GLOWS Zed UNIVERSAL

[POP RADIO] 1 SAVING THE WORLD Brooke Fraser SONY MUSIC 2 SHE GLOWS Zed UNIVERSAL 3 THEY CAN’T TAKE THAT AWAY Ben Lummis BMG 4 DON’T WORRY BABY Zed UNIVERSAL 5 DREAMING Scribe DIRTY/FMR

[ROCK RADIO] 1 CEMENT goodshirt CEMENT/EMI 2 WEAPONS OF WAR the feelers WEA/WARNER 3 BUCK IT UP goodshirt CEMENT/EMI 4 BEERS Deja Voodoo LIBERATION/WARNER 5 ROADTRIP Steriogram CAPITOL/EMI

[URBAN RADIO] 1 DREAMING Scribe DIRTY/FMR 2 HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVE? Adeaze DAWN RAID/UNIVERSAL 3 HOW IT IS Frontline DIRTY/FMR 4 ALL I NEED Soane feat. Boh Runga IN MUSIC 5 GETTING STRONGER Adeaze feat. Aaradhna DAWN RAID/UNIVERSAL

[AC RADIO] 1 SAVING THE WORLD Brooke Fraser SONY MUSIC 2 AT SEVENTEEN Amber Claire SONY MUSIC 3 NORTHERN LIGHTS Goldenhorse SIREN/EMI 4 SAVE YOURSELF Greg Johnson CAPITOL/EMI 5 THEY CAN’T TAKE THAT AWAY Ben Lummis BMG

[EASY RADIO] 1 AT SEVENTEEN Amber Claire SONY MUSIC 2 LIFELINE Brooke Fraser SONY MUSIC 3 SAVE YOURSELF Greg Johnson CAPITOL/EMI 4 SAVING THE WORLD Brooke Fraser SONY MUSIC 5 THEY CAN’T TAKE THAT AWAY Ben Lummis BMG

[ALTERNATIVE RADIO] 1 MODELS The Fanatics SELF-RELEASE 2 PROFILE Usual Suspects BREAKIN' WRECKWORDZ/SHOCK 3 SUPERMAN, YOU’RE CRYING SJD ROUND TRIP MARS/UNIVERSAL 4 SONG FOR SESILIA Soane IN MUSIC 5 BLACKEN MY THUMB The Datsuns HELLSQUAD/SHOCK

RETAIL: [THE WAREHOUSE] 3 Biggest NZ acts for the chain: 1 NZ IDOL THE FINAL 10 Homegrown 2 WHAT TO DO WITH DAYLIGHT Brooke Fraser 3 ALWAYS AND FOR REAL Adeaze

PPNZ CHART FIGURES [TOP 5 NZ ALBUMS] 1 WHAT TO DO WITH DAYLIGHT Brooke Fraser 2 PURE Hayley Westenra 3 BEAUTIFUL COLLISION TOUR PACK Bic Runga 4 ALWAYS AND FOR REAL Adeaze 5 THE CRUSADER Scribe

[TOP 5 NZ SINGLES] 1 HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVE? ADEAZE 2 YESTERDAY WAS JUST THE BEGINNING OF MY LIFE NZ IDOL 3 THEY CAN’T TAKE THAT AWAY BEN LUMMIS 4 DREAMING SCRIBE 5 SAVING THE WORLD BROOKE FRASER RADIO RETAIL PPNZ CHARTS

ENDS


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