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Amplifier Newsletter #149 - 15 December 2004

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[amplifier] 15 December 2004 - Flip

Amplifier Newsletter #149 - 15 December 2004

Kia ora . The amplifier website has been reworked from the ground up and is now live for your musical pleasure, we hope you are enjoying the new look and functionality. Some of the new features include stored credit, magazine section, photo galleries and more. To read more detail about what we have done click here. http://www.amplifier.co.nz/nzmusic/13436/Welcome_to_the_new_Amplifierconz. html amplifier

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Competition Big Day Out Amplifier.co.nz, the home of NZ music online, in conjunction with Juice TV and 95bFM, is giving you the chance to attend this year's Big Day Out in style. Four lucky people will watch the biggest gig held in NZ from the comfort of the Amplifier.co.nz corporate box. You'll be ensconced in air-conditioned catered comfort for the whole day. ENTER DRAW http://www.amplifier.co.nz/promo/bdo2005/

Amplifier Free Money The new amplifier site allows you to purchase credit and then use it, at any stage, to buy tracks. We are offering a 20% special, for this week only, where you get a bonus %20 of your purchased credit amount. Spend $100 and receive $20 free! It translates into $20 discount from albums or 1 track free for every 5 purchased. http://www.amplifier.co.nz/basket

Complilation Album Loop Select 006: Kono Kono means to form a loop; or to form the handles of a basket. LOOP select 006 brings you three baskets full of creative content from Aotearoa. (2x CDS and a DVD). KONO promises to be a sensory explosion with crammed full of local music, short films, music videos, and an exclusive documentary of the popular Fly My Pretties. http://www.amplifier.co.nz/nzmusic/13396/Loop_Select_006_Kono.html

Album Slow-Burning - Katchafire Katchafire's Slow-Burning, their second release, fulfills the promise shown by there first album Revival. Here was a band schooled in roots reggae, that has honed its professionalism on the road, and has within its ranks songwriters who can take their place alongside the best Aotearoa has had to offer.

http://www.amplifier.co.nz/nzmusic/13437/Slow_Burning.html

Video The Vibesmen - 4th Element The Vibesmen - 4th Element, MC Arme and Bones Hex-1 - ride a stunning Kinetic track in animated form courtesy of the talents of South Seas Animation. Join the boys as they kick back relax and take you on a voyage into their care-free days of growing up in West Auckland. http://www.amplifier.co.nz/nzmusic/13404/The_Vibesmen.html

Artist Flip Grater Influenced by many musical genres, Flip Grater is creating her own chanteuse niche in New Zealand. With a honey coated voice that is both versatile and varied, Flip brings a highly personal viewpoint to her intelligent self-penned songs. Check out the tracks - Blue Valentine, Nameless, Passage and Knowing You.

http://www.amplifier.co.nz/nzmusic/10589/Flip_Grater.html

STAFF SELECTA

MARK G unknown variable SOUNDWORKER http://www.amplifier.co.nz/nzmusic/13219/Unknown_Variable.html

STEPHEN Lifestyle - Twinset http://www.amplifier.co.nz/nzmusic/13388/Lifestyle.html

MARK K Superman You're Crying - SJD http://www.amplifier.co.nz/nzmusic/8135/Superman_youre_crying.html

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