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Coke New Releases: Fresh Music from the fridge

Coke New Releases: Fresh Music from the fridge

Saturday 30 July, 11am-12pm TV2

This week on Coke New Releases….

With Phil Bostwick still on holiday Dave Gibson of Elemeno P takes the reigns for another show!

We have awesome videos from up and coming bands Motion City Soundtrack, Rooster, Drag and singer songwriter Tristan Prettyman. As well as new ones from old favourites Faith Evans, Donovan Frankenrieter and the Dandy Warhols.

Katchafire's new video is also on the show, along with fresh clips from Tadpole and Billy TK Junior.

Plus don't forget to vote for your favourite artist to be in to win the fantastic Aiwa Stereo!

Top of the Pops

Saturday 30 July, 5pm-6pm TV2

This week on the show check out a fabulous live performance from Fourth Member - these guys are going to be huge!

We've also got great performances from the Bodyrockers, Maroon 5, Lemar, Gwen Stefani and fresh from his Auckland gig on Thursday we've got Nelly with 'N Dey Say!'

Don't miss Top of the Pops this Saturday, 5pm TV2.

Coke Countdown

Sunday 31 July, 10am-12pm TV2

It's another huge week for the chart with 5 more new entries! Eminem makes it in at Number 21 and Rogue Traders have entered with their hit song Voodoo Child. R Kelly and UB40 are also there with new singles and Stereophonics are back!

New Zealand artists get their share of the action with great new clips from Black Seeds and The Bleeders. Plus there's a lot more NZ music from Dave Dobbyn, Papa pa, The Feelers and Goldenhorse.

We have another great giveaway this week -The Black Seeds album 'Into the Sun.' To enter go to and enter key word 'countdown.'


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