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Coke New Releases: Fresh Music from the fridge

Coke New Releases: Fresh Music from the fridge

Saturday 10th September 11am-12pm, TV2

On Coke New Releases this week….

The Sugababes are back with a video that takes catching the lift to a whole new level! Plus new videos from Kaiser Chiefs, Spiderbait, Brakes, Trey Songz, Dem Franchise Boyz, Kano ft Mike Skinner from The Streets as well as a crazy video from rock and roll bad boy Pete Doherty and his band Babyshambles.

Plus Che Fu drops into the studio to talk about the release of his new album 'Beneath the Radar' and we have 5 copies to giveaway!

There's also the chance to win to meet Jesse McCartney and Simple Plan before their Auckland concerts later this month plus the AIWA mini system to give away too - all you have to do is vote for your favourite artist from this weeks show.

Top of the Pops

Saturday 10th September 5pm-6pm TV2

This week on Top of the Pops we have, all the way from Detroit U.S.A, electronic funk DJ Recloose who has teamed up with some of New Zealand's finest on his latest album 'Hiatus on the Horizon.' He'll be bringing members of Trinity Roots, The Black Seeds, and Opensouls, when he comes to play live in our studio!

Also on the show this week we have New Zealand Hip Hop legend Che Fu back in the Top of the Pops studio to perform his latest single off his new album 'Beneath the Radar,' and this time he has his band, The Krates, with him!

Plus don't miss great international performances from Coldplay with their new single 'Fix You,' Rhianna with 'Pon de Replay', and an interview with James Blunt!

Coke Countdown


Sunday 11th September 10am-12pm, TV2

There are more hot new entrants in the chart this week! Pretty Ricky enters with his new single 'Grind With Me,' and Gwen Stefani, James Blunt and Gorillaz all crash into the top 40.

NZ fresh clips this week come from Aucklanders Venture Electric and Friends From Sweden. Plus there's loads more kiwi music in the charts!

Also this week there we've got hot giveaways … there's a ticket to the sold out Roots Manuva gig in Auckland, a double pass to a Shapeshifter concert near you, and we also give you the chance to win one of three yearly subscriptions to urban hip hop magazine Back2Basics!

ENDS


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