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Amplifier Newsletter #145 - 17 November 2004

Amplifier Newsletter #145 - 17 November 2004

Kia Ora . We are stoked this week with the addition of the famous Dawn Raid entertainment label. Check out tracks from Adeaze & Mareko and check back soon for more great acts from the Dawn Raid crew, Decepticonz, Ill Semantics and the new Savage album coming soon... amplifier

New Material

TRACK GETTING STRONGER - ADEAZE Adeaze have created a pure slice of soul rhythm with the track Getting Stronger. Featuring label mate Aaradhna, this track has been a sure thing on the top 40 charts for the past 15 weeks.

VIDEO MAREKO (HERE TO STAY) - MAREKO Mareko with his South Auckland based crew Deceptikonz, has contributed to the shaping of an entire generation of New Zealand hip hop music. Here to Stay was the first single from the album White Sunday.

ALBUM FLY MY PRETTIES 'Fly My Pretties' is an incredible multimedia concept assembled by Black Seeds front man Barnaby Weir, along with the good people at Loop Recordings. A musical collaboration performed, filmed and recorded over four nights at Bats Theatre in Wellington, the 'Fly My Pretties' cast includes members of the Black Seeds, Fat Freddy's Drop, Phoenix Foundation and Paselode.

ARTIST LUCID 3 Lucid 3 are one of the most critically acclaimed bands to have been produced by these shores in recent years. There new single Pitch Jumping has been released - catch them performing at the Grey Lynn Park Fest this weekend. COMPETITION SONY HI-MD WALKMAN, Juice TV's NZOWN and Sony are giving you the chance to win a brand new Sony Hi-MD Walkman this summer. With 1 week left to go you have plenty of time to peruse the site, sip a coffee and contemplate the uses of your brand new HI-MD walkman. ENTER DRAW


RICHIE Politician - Kora

STEPHEN Let Me Be Your Lover - Rootskonductor

MARK Beautiful - Mano


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