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State of the Music Nation report released

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Wednesday 8 June

State of the Music Nation report released

The New Zealand Music Industry Commission (NZMIC) is pleased to release the latest in the 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.

Please find attached the report, covering the quarter from January 1st to March 31st 2005. The report for the subsequent quarter will be forthcoming soon.

If you would like to be involved in submitting information for these reports, please contact Tom Clark: tom@nzmusic.org.nz

ENDS


NEW ZEALAND MUSIC INDUSTRY COMMISSION

T E R E O R E K A O AOTEAROA

STATE OF THE MUSIC NATION REPORT

TIME PERIOD: 01 JANUARY 2005 > 31 MARCH 2005

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

RIANZ CHART FIGURES

[TOP 40 ALBUMS]:
POS. WEEKS TITLE ARTIST
1 13 MAGIC CITY P Money
2 13 SLOW BURNING Katchafire
3 9 WHAT TO DO WITH DAYLIGHT Brooke Fraser
4 13 EVERYONE IS HERE The Finn Brothers
5 13 SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT Fast Crew
6 8 PLAYGROUND BATTLE The Feelers
7 4 PIPELINE UNDER THE OCEAN Pluto
8 2 FIRST EDITION Dei Hamo
9 1 THE SOUND INSIDE Breaks Co-op
10 2 OUT OF MY HEAD The D4
11 1 NO PLACE TO LAND Michael Murphy
12 3 ONE DROP EAST: OUTTAKES & REMIXES Selmonella Dub
13 2 ALWAYS AND FOR REAL: BONUS EDITION Adeze
14 2 THE MAD LOVE 48 May
15 1 MOS PRESENTS Misfits of Science

[TOP 10 COMPILATION ALBUMS]:
1 12 CONSCIOUS ROOTS Various
2 3 NATURE’S BEST: OUR TOP 30 Various
3 1 TRIUMPH: THE BREAST CANCER CD Various

[TOP 40 SINGLES]:
1 13 WE GON RIDE Dei Hamo
2 10 STOP THE MUSIC P-Money feat. Scribe
3 12 GETTING STRONGER Adeaze feat. Aaradhna
4 11 FOOL’S LOVE Misfits of Science
5 6 IT’S THE INCREDIBLE Fast Crew
6 9 ARITHMETIC Brooke Fraser
7 9 WON’T GIVE IN The Finn Brothers
8 8 LEATHER & TATTOOS 48 May
9 5 I GOT Fast Crew
10 4 SO LONELY The Bleeders
11 7 FIJI BABY Goodshirt
12 3 SU’AMALIE / AIN’T MAD AT YOU Tha Feelstyle
13 1 SNOOPY’S CHRISTMAS The Wobbles
14 1 TAKING OVER / LONER Goodnight Nurse
15 1 GO Steriogram

[TOP 10 DVDS]:
1 4 THE GALA CONCERT Dame Kiri Te Kanawa & Friends
2 1 BILLY T LIVE Billy T James
Top 40 Charts from 1/10/2004 to 31/12/2004. Calculations are made as follows: A number one hit gets 40 points, a number two gets 39 points and so on.
Then all weeks are added together. DVDs are calculated in the same way, except using a maximum of ten points per week.

IMNZ CHART FIGURES

[IMNZ TOP 10 ALBUMS]:
TM ARTIST TITLE LABEL DISTRIBUTOR
1 Katchafire Slow-Burning Mai Music Shock
2 Shapeshifter Riddim Wise TrueTone Rhythmethod
3 Kora Volume EP Kora Border
4 Various LOOP Select 006: Kono LOOP Border
5 TrinityRoots Home Land & Sea TrinityRoots Border
6 Fly My Pretties Live At Bats LOOP Border
7 SJD Southern Lights Round Trip Mars Universal
8 Pitch Black From Ape To Angel Kog Rhythmethod
9 P-Money Magic City Dirty Records FMR
10 TrinityRoots True TrinityRoots Border

VENUES

[KINGS ARMS - AUCKLAND]
3 BIGGEST NZ SHOWS:
1 February 26 SKA BBQ feat: WBC, Stichface, Quarter 2, Jonny Doom & The Forcefeilds
2 March 11 Deja Voodoo, The Unusuals & The Power Lordz
3 March 28 Managers, We Dunno, Roofdog & Twitch

[DUX DE LUX - CHRISTCHURCH]
3 BIGGEST NZ SHOWS:
1 January 7 Otautahi Allstars
2 January 13 Into The Void
3 February 25 Departure Lounge

[THE STUDIO - AUCKLAND]
3 BIGGEST NZ SHOWS (TICKET SALES):
1 SJD/Dimmer 720
2 Pitch Black 650
3 Scribe/P-Money 500

MUSIC TELEVISION

[C4]
TOP 5 MUSIC VIDEOS PLAYED:
1 48 May Home By 2
2 Goldenhorse Run Run Run
3 Savage Swing
4 Fast Crew Suburbia Streets
5 Dei Hamo To Tha Floor

WEB

[WWW.AMPLIFIER.CO.NZ] TOP 5 PURCHASED DOWNLOADS:
1 Fat Freddy’s Drop Hope
2 Fat Freddy’s Drop Runnin’ (Styles Mix)
3 Joe Dukie & DJ Fitchie Midnight Marauders
4 Shapeshifter When I Return feat. Ladi 6
5 Joe Dukie & DJ Fitchie Seconds

RADIO

RADIOSCOPE MOST PLAYED NZ TRACKS:

[ALL RADIO]:
1 The Fear the feelers WEA/Warner
2 Keep On Calling P-Money feat. Akon Dirty/FMR
3 Without You Brooke Fraser SBME
5 The Other Side Breaks Co-Op Capitol/EMI
6 Go Steriogram Capitol/EMI
7 Stop The Music P-Money feat. Scribe Dirty/FMR
8 Suburbia Streets Fast Crew Akrite/Universal
9 Won’t Give In The Finn Brothers Capitol/EMI
10 Being OpShop Siren/EMI

[ROCK]:
1 The Fear the feelers WEA/Warner
2 Go Steriogram Capitol/EMI
3 Alive Shihad WEA/Warner
4 Sake Bomb The D4 FlyingNun/FMR
5 Being OpShop Siren/EMI

[POP]:
1 Keep On Calling P-Money feat. Akon Dirty/FMR
2 The Fear the feelers WEA/Warner
3 Suburbia Streets Fast Crew Akrite/Universal
4 Go Steriogram Capitol/EMI
5 Stop The Music P-Money feat. Scribe Dirty/FMR

[EASY]:
1 Without You Brooke Fraser SBME
2 Won’t Give In The Finn Brothers Capitol/EMI
3 The Other Side Breaks Co-Op Capitol/EMI
4 Getting Stronger Adeaze feat. Aaradhna DawnRaid/Universal
5 Maybe Tomorrow Goldenhorse Siren/EMI

[ALTERNATIVE]:
1 Flashback Fat Freddy’s Drop TheDrop/Rhythmethod
2 Man For All Seasons Concord Dawn feat. Paul McLaney Uprising/Universal
3 Emily The Shocking Pinks FlyingNun/FMR
4 Buddy The Fanatics Capital/SBME
5 Radio Crimes Pluto Capitol/EMI

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