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Greetings All! It's B-Net New Zealand Music Awards


Greetings All! It's B-Net New Zealand Music Awards

(and a VERY belated Happy New Year from the crew at LOOPŠ)

It's B-Net New Zealand Music Awards time again, and we are keen to congratulate our very talented artists, producers, and designers who have been nominated for awards. For those unfamiliar with these awards, the B-Net is a network of independent radio stations dedicated to promoting music from Aotearoa's music underground. The awards are chosen by the public, so be sure to vote and recognise your favorite kiwi artists.

LOOP has 12 nominations & here's what we're up for:

So help Wellington clean up and vote on http://www.95bfm.co.nz

Best Compilation

LOOP Select 006: KONO

Best Pop Release

Fly My Pretties - Live at Bats

Best DVD

LOOP Select 006: KONO

Fly My Pretties

Best Album

Fly My Pretties - Live at Bats

Best Producer

Lee Prebble - Fly My Pretties

Best Cover Art

Fly My Pretties - Live at Bats

Most Outstanding Musician

Rhian Sheehan

Barnaby Weir

Best Electronic Release

Rhian Sheehan - Music for Nature Documentaries

Best Downbeat Release

Tommy - 4000 Years

Remember:
vote vote vote!

http://www.95bfm.co.nz

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LOOP Promotions

LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa
http://www.loop.co.nz


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