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Amplifier Newsletter #152 - 19 January 2005

Wed, 19 Jan 2005

Amplifier Newsletter #152 - 19 January 2005

Kia ora . Congratulations to Hannah E and Matthew S, the winners of the Big Day Out ticket upgrade competition. They will be rockin out in style this Friday, if you are planning to head to the BDO then check out the guide to public transport available on the day. Be into win the Sony Hi MD Walkman, its the last week for entries!


Latest GoodiesAlbum Pitch Jumping (Limited Edition EP) Pitch Jumping is the new single from Lucid 3. The band have released it as part of an EP package with a host of extra goodies: radio edit versions of West & A.M Radio, the A.M Radio music video, plus more... This release is not available in stores! html

Video Never Again - Stylus This low budget Wildside-financed video for Never Again was shot at a packed Albany Hall (North Shore, Auckland) all-ages gig, and it captures the energy of Stylus live.

Artists Midnightt Russlerz Midnightt Russlerz, Aotearoas premier Te Reo Maori hip hop crew, comin straight outta Tuwharetoa, bring the heat on this Urban Pacifika produced track "Hikoi_Maori Get Ya Walk On". Crew members Hawera, Ngahere and Beckz represent for the township of Waitahanu, found on the cool shores of Lake Taupo. 5.html

Track A Man For All Seasons - Concord Dawn A Man For All Seasons, featuring Paul McLaney (Gramsci), from the forthcoming album due mid year 2005. cLaney.html Staff Selecta

Stephen Miss Daisy Jamie Gray

Mark Metro Sound Romantech

Richie Cigarettes and alcohol Bloody Mary


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