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Lucid 3 and Police Work

1 August 2005

LUCID 3 AND POLICE WORK

Lucid 3 are currently in the studio, but it¹s not work on their third album that¹s being done. They are creating all the theme and incidental music for a new 13-episode police drama entitled Interrogation currently being made by South Pacific Pictures (Whale Rider, Shortland Street, Mercy Peak, etc).

Lucid 3 producer/drummer Derek Metivier has previously created many television tunes, but ŒInterrogation¹ marks a move to full soundtrack work, as well as the first time the entire band has been involved in the process. Interrogation¹ airs in New Zealand on the Prime Network in early September.

Artist site: http://www.lucid3.com

NEW ARTIST: REB FOUNTAIN A new name on the NZ music scene is Reb Fountain. Reb follows the grand tradition of musically talented women hailing from Christchurch (Bic Runga, Anika Moa, to name but two...) Her song ŒSweet Pea¹ has already been playlisted on Kiwi FM, a track you¹ll be able to find on her debut album which she is currently putting the finishing touches to. Take a listen at http://www.amplifier.co.nz/nzmusic/15999/reb_fountain.html

Catch Reb playing with two other outstanding artists, The Bads & Damien Binder (now resident in Australia, and back for one show only). Odeon Lounge, Auckland. Thursday 25th August, 8.30pm.

Artists sites: http://www.rebfountain.com, http://www.damienbinder.com, http://www.thebads.com

MARK ROACH GETS OPINIONATED...

Well, no surprises there to anyone who knows me; except now I¹m actually being paid for it! Tune into Radio Live on Saturdays 3-6pm for the music show ŒJulie Moffett' Jam'here myself and co-reviewer Dianne Swann cast our critical ears over the latest releases. Go to http://www.radiolive.co.nz for frequency & streaming details.

ENDS

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