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LOOP Recordings update - 24/06/05

LOOP Recordings update - 24/06/05

Farewell Rosie and Kezia!

We would like to wish all the best to Rosie Riggir-Cuddy and Kezia Hinchey who leave us in order to pursue their own careers as artists. Both have done a great job and put considerable effort into taking LOOP to the next level - Missing you both already!

- LOOP Hiring -

LOOP is looking to recruit an additional member to join the team. Reporting to the GM, this role is responsible for all accounting and royalty management. You'll be part of a small office team and will be involved in many aspects of operations including dealing with artists and clients. The successful candidate should have prior accounts experience, excellent presentation and a professional manner.

There is some flexibility with hours however the role will initially be approximately 4 days per week with the possibility of working from home.

To submit your application in strict confidence, please apply to: michael@loop.co.nz


Fly My Pretties Hits The Road

There are still a small number of tickets available for the Fly My Pretties concert at Leigh Sawmill Cafe. The Saturday night performance has already been sold out, and there are a strictly limited number of tickets left for performances on Friday 24th and Sunday 26th of June. Get in quick - Don't miss out!

The All-star lineup includes fellow Seeds Mike Fabulous, Daniel Weetman, and Jarney Murphy, as well as Brandan Moran (The Hasslehoff Experiment), Nato (Paselode), Module, Age Pryor and Tessa Rain (City Chorus) and Hollie Smith.

TOMMY will opening the circus act with a chilled out acoustic set. Tickets available from Real Groovy (AK) and the Leigh Sawmill Cafe.

A&R call for LOOP Select 007

This is the final call for all musicians, film-makers and 2D artists to submit work for the upcoming LOOP Select 007, scheduled for release in late July.

The response to our initial A&R call has been phenomenal - We've received some incredible stuff across the board and Select 007 is promising to be another huge release. So, no matter what your style or medium, no matter what software or equipment you use, if it's fresh, risky and cutting edge we will consider it for sure. All submissions have to be in by July 5th.

Send in your work for consideration to:

Att: Mikee Tucker LOOP Media Ltd. Level 7, 173-175 Victoria St Wellington

Check out this awesome link to 'The New Cool' Exhibition, sponsored by Westpac: The New Cool is an exhibition running NZ wide for 2 years, which features 12 of NZ's coolest creative companies:

http://www.dowse.org.nz/new-cool/TNC.html

Check out the latest LOOPKast at

http://psurkit.net/show/loopkast0 09.php> http://psurkit.net/show/loopkast009.php>http://psurkit.net/show/loopkast0 09.php --

Tim Beals

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

Listen and buy online: http://www.thegreenroom.co.nz

ENDS

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