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Radio One Bulletin

Radio One Bulletin

1 - bNET NZ MUSIC AWARDS
2 – ‘WIN A SLOT AT THE BIG DAY OUT’ COMP
3 - GIVEAWAYS – LISTEN & WIN!
4 - FEATURE CD  - TIKI
5 - DALE COTTON ON THE LOCAL
6 - OLD FANGLED
7 - NATURAL SELECTION
8 - THE POOLHOUSE / RADIO ONE TOP 11
9 - RED BULL STUDIO LIVE SESSIONS
10 - RADIO ONE PRESENTS!


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1 - bNET NZ MUSIC AWARDS. BROADCASTING LIVE THIS FRIDAY 16th
Ohgollygoshmygoodness!!! It’s the 10th Anniversary bNet Awards!!!!!!
On Friday November 16th this little baby we like to call ‘bNet Awards’ turns 10. To celebrate join us tune in across the bNet stations on Friday November 16th to the hear the bNet awards, being broadcast live on the radio and on ALT TV in a delayed visual format. The entertainment will be oh yes, awesome. The whole event will be hosted by the illustrious and rather dangerous Matt Heath and Chris Stapp.

There'll be performances from Surf City, Garageland, Phoenix Foundation and Pig Out. Plus a few surprises thrown in for good measure. Tune into Governor’s Drive on Friday Night from & listen to the action unfold from 6.30 to 10.30pm.

2 - VOTE AT WWW.R1.CO.NZ AND GET YOUR FAVOURITE LOCAL BAND PLAYING AT THE BIG DAY OUT
Radio One is giving a band/artist the opportunity to open at the BDO 08.
The ‘Win a slot at the Big Day Out’ comp is well underway. Every week the three best tracks will be posted on our website (www.r1.co.nz) and available for a good old listen. Check out the tracks & flick a vote the way of your favourite song. At the end of the week we tabulate & the winner goes up against the other heat winners to battle it out  to be the Radio One Supreme Nominee & face off against the other bNet winners to score an opening spot at the Big Day Out 2008

If you play in a band or make music get your red hot track to us asap. We could be rocking it with the big boys come BDO 08.  Entry conditions for this competition can be found on our website

3 - GIVEAWAYS – LISTEN & WIN!
We have double tickets to The Phoenix Foundation & Grand Prix (24th Nov at The Glenroy Auditorium) for your good selves.  There’s also 6 packs of Asahi beer up for grabs on drive this week. Surf City’s Self titled EP has dropped at the station & we’ll give you the chance to score that all next week, and heaps more so keep your ears tuned!

4 - FEATURE CD  - TIKI – ‘Past, Present, Future’ Win it all next week.
Pick yourself up the highly anticipated solo album from Tiki Taane. Tiki emerges from the studio with Past, Present, Future, his first solo offering, that is musically fearless, intensely personal and culturally significant. This album is the culmination of a musical journey that has already spanned more than a decade. "I feel like I've completed a fifteen-year apprenticeship," Taane reflects. "But I've never worked so hard, ventured so deep or asked so much of myself as I did during the production of this album. It feels like a graduation."...Win ‘Past, Present, Future’ all next week at 8.15am on breakfast & 5.15pm on drive from the 19th November.

5 - DALE COTTON ON THE LOCAL – Thurs 15th November
This week The Local hosts highly regarded sound engineer Dale Cotton in the studio. Having come to prominence as the 'fourth member' of High Dependency Unit, his recording (and engineering) talents have been in demand by New Zealand's discerning underground and has lead to recording the likes of Die! Die! Die! and (more recently) Hannah Curwood. 2003 Also saw the release of his first solo record under the moniker Conray, a surprising blend to those of us expecting something more akin to what he was known for recording from other bands. Dale was also head hunted to remaster the infamously gutless Toy Love album, which he lists as a career highlight. We'll try to find out his other favourite New Zealand music when he joins us live in the studio this Thursday. Join Dale Cotton on The Local with Dave,  Thursday the 15th November from 7-9pm

6 - OLD FANGLED ACTION - NAS
Tune into the Friday morning Spectrum this week. Amy Joseph holds down the sliders & plays the sweetest of songs. Then, come 11am, Boof  jumps in to present this weeks edition of ‘Old Fangled’ – this week taking a look at Nas’  stunning debut album ‘Illmatic’. Nasir Jones made this first record at the age of 20, already armed with the calm perceptiveness and been-there-done-that attitude of a much older ghetto vet. Illmatic is a look back at a life spent in the culture of the projects, acknowledging joy as much as pain and taking note of violence as a fact of his environment rather than a focus of his life. It's enlivened by Nas's kicky, deep-threaded multiple rhymes and cameos from a bunch of all-stars, including the Large Professor, DJ Premier, and, most memorably, Q-Tip ("One Love"). --*Douglas Wolk

7 - NATURAL SELECTION – ‘Australian Gothic’ w/ Paul Ramaeker. Sunday 18th November, 6 – 8pm,
This Sunday, Paul Ramaeker guides you through the dark world of Australian Gothic, the post-punk movement that draws inspiration from the literature and music of the American Deep South.
The twisted tour starts in the late seventies with groups like The Triffids and The Scientists, before visiting The Dirty Three, The Drones and bands beyond Australia influenced by the genre. Above it all looms the dark spectre of Nick Cave, from The Birthday Party to The Bad Seeds. Join Paul on the Australian Gothic Natural Selection from 6-8pm on Radio One this Sunday, for a trip through Southern Gothic music from the great
southern land.

8 - THE POOLHOUSE / RADIO ONE TOP 11.
Results - 
1 – Kora - Skankenstein
2 – Flight of the Conchords (nz) – Robots (live)
3 – Sigur Ros - Hljomalind
4 – Liars – Freak Out
5 – The Phoenix Foundation  (nz) – Bright Grey
6 – The Puddle (dn) – No Sequels
7 – The Heavy - Girl
8 – Die! Die! Die! (dn) - Blinding
9 – The Upbeats (nz) – Thinking Cap feat/ Georgia Fisher
10 – Battles - Tonto
11 – Robyn – Konichiwa Bitches

Hit Picks      
P-Bass Expressway (nz) - Easyride
Delgirl (dn) - Promising

Vote for a track on the top 11 this week before 5pm on Tuesday 20th November & be in to win this lot:
Les Savy Fav – Let’s Stay Friends
Beastie Boys – The Mix Up
Lindon Puffin – Show Pony
Shock Records Alt Radio Sampler – It’s a Boy
George & Queen - City
+ the latest Real Groove magazine.

Vote at the Radio One reception or online at www.r1.co.nz.

9 - RED BULL STUDIO LIVE SESSIONS – Thurs 22nd November / 3.30pm – QUARTER ACRE LIFESTYLE
The Red Bull Live Sessions stream every week across the bNet from the fancy Red Bull Studios in AK. Next week – Quarter Acre Lifestyle. Quarter Acre Lifestyle was founded in New Zealand by two brothers, drummer Aaron and bassist Cameron Pollock. In 2000, Aaron moved to the US and the band consequently became a global effort. Since recording a self-titled album in Minneapolis, Minnesota in early 2006, their music has evolved into a sound they can call their own in a brand-new second album, Blood on the Lawn. The bands influences range from Massive Attack and Portishead, to Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails and Brian Eno.

10 - RADIO ONE PRESENTS!
 
THE PHOENIX FOUNDATION
With support from Grand Prix
24th November @ The Glenroy Auditorium
$23 w/ ANZ Onecard or $28 without

+ plenty more in store for you in the summer months.


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