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Coke New Releases: Fresh Music from the fridge
Saturday September 17th 11am-12pm, TV2

We talk up a storm this week on Coke New Releases. Savage and Aaradhna drop into the studio for a chat and we meet up with Silver Scroll winners Evermore to talk about how life is for the three kiwi brothers in Australia.

Will Smith is back with another Party Starter, and we have videos from Super Furry Animals, Bodyrockers, The Cardigans, The Feelstyle, Steriogram, and a beautiful clip from Supergrass to name a few.

There’s also a chance to meet Simple Plan before their Auckland concert later this month up for grabs AND we give you the chance to win a Roots Manuva ticket!

The AIWA mini system is waiting to be won too – all you have to do is vote for your favourite artist from this week’s show.


Top of the Pops
Saturday September 17th 5pm-6pm, TV2

Straight off the soundtrack from up-coming New Zealand movie Sione’s Wedding, comes the new single from Savage and Aaradhna, ‘They Don’t Know.’ They’ll both be down at the studio this weekend to perform it live for the first time!
Also live in the studio this week we’ve got Lucid 3 with their brand new cowboy themed single ‘West.’

Plus this week we have awesome international exclusive performances from The Pussycat Dolls with ‘Don’t Cha,’ Daniel Powter with ‘Bad Day’ plus New Zealand’s own Elemeno P with 11.57 and an interview with local Silver Scroll winners Evermore!


Coke Countdown
Sunday, September 18th 10am-12pm, TV2

Two new entrants and one re-entry this week keeps the chart fresh and frisky!

Kiwi’s Frontline jump straight in at number 16 and to celebrate we have 5 copies of ‘Breathe With Me’ to give away. Also up for grabs are tickets to see Method Man and Redman so make sure you watch the show to find out how!

Plus we’ve got fresh kiwi clips from Dave Dobbyn, Steriogram and Tha Feelstyle so be sure you don’t miss em!

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