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One Mail - Friday, November 23, 2007

One Mail - Friday, November 23, 2007

1 - ONEFEST SERIES PART SIX!
Surf’s Up in Dunedin! Shed a salty excited tear right now. It is with great pride that Radio One announces the majestic return of CHRIS HEAZELWOOD to our town. Probably best known as the founding member & guitarist of seminal nz psy surf outfit KING LOSER, Chris is one guy that knows how to melt faces with his flame handed six stringed shenanigans. Come December the 14th the Crown Hotel is headed for a Sonic super-free hi-fi party. Hazelwood & his hand picked backing band of musical mutants round off this year’s Onefest Series in true summer wipeout styles.

ONEFEST SERIES PART SIX
Starring CHRIS HEAZELWOOD

Support TBA
Friday 14th December
CROWN HOTEL
Free w/ your ANZ Onecard

2 - bNET NZ MUSIC AWARDS
The excitement at the 2007 bNet Awards was skyrocketing last Friday night. Radio One was there, at the grandiose Hopetoun Alpha in Auckland and so were all the bNet stars. There were kick-ass performances by the Phoenix Foundation, Pig Out, Surf City and the recently-reformed Garageland, if happiness was a drug there would be no need to snort it that night. The illustrious honour of the bNet Radio One Song of the Year award was bestowed on David Kilgour for his track 'BBC World'. Die! Die! Die! demonstrated wide-spread love by winning the bNet Rock Track of 2007 for '155' – another win for Dunedin. Yuss.
And it was Liam Finn who took out the awards in style; winning the bNet Pop Track of 2007, the bNet Song of the Year, the bNet Artist of the Year, and the bNet Album of the Year. Hopefully now his beard will be satisfied with his success and let him be.
For a full list of all the winners head along to www.bnet.co.nz

3 - VOTE AT WWW.R1.CO.NZ AND GET YOUR FAVOURITE LOCAL BAND PLAYING AT THE BIG DAY OUT
Hey Folks! get along to the website (www.r1.co.nz) & vote for for the track that does it most for you in this weeks heat of the ‘Win a Slot at the BDO 08’ competition. Three different tracks each week for you to peruse.

Congratulations to THE AESTHETICS – taking out heat 1 of the ‘Win a slot at the BDO 08’ competition with their crunchy little number ‘Pelvic Arcana in 78’ as voted by our listeners.

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.

4 - COMPETITIONS OOZING OUT OUR EARS!
Tune into breakfast tomorrow morning – we’ll be announcing the ‘Radio One’s Best Dressed Hipsters’ competition – your chance to score one of 20 tickets to the Big Day Out 08. Get your felt-tips ready.

Also on the show tomorrow, young Hawkins will announce the winner of the BDO bNET competition – some lucky person is off to the Gold Coast to see how they do the BDO over there. The winner will be drawn at 8.30am...it could be you! It really could be.

Next week we’ll fill you in on how you could win Radio One’s Top 50 albums of the year too!!! – let me tell you the CD stack is a musicaholic’s dream, entering the comp is easy and the Baby Jesus is smiling at all the love going down.

5 - GIVEAWAYS – LISTEN & WIN!
Be sure to tune into tomorrow on the Backstage Breakfast - your last chance to win tickets to The Phoenix Foundation live at the Glenroy Auditorium this Saturday!

We’ve got 5 double passes to the Ravi Coltrane Quartet concert on December 9th – proudly presented by R1’s Void Clothing Jazz Junction. Ravi is the second born son of legendary jazz couple John & Alice Coltrane. He’s an incredible saxophonist, bandleader and composer, and he is coming to Dunedin with his quartet to play the finest jazz show this city will ever see.

Also – we’ll be handing out passes to see Die! Die! Die! Live in action on the 29th/30th November at the Backstage – and a copy of the new album ‘Promises Promises’ for good measure.

Not only that, you can snaffle copies of hot new albums by The Killers, Pnau, P-Bass Expressway, The Checks & Les Savy Fav. Fuck me!

6 - FEATURE CD - TINY MASTERS OF TODAY – ‘Bang Bang Boom Cake’ Win it all next week.
With an average age of twelve and weighing in at a total of 120 lbs, Brooklyn's Tiny Masters Of Today are one of the youngest and tiniest bands toughing out the international club scene. Their debut is a stunning collection of songs that shows pop sensibilities that a group of any age strive for. Contributors include Russell Simins (Jon Spencer Blues Explosion), Kimya Dawson (Moldy Peaches), Fred Schneider (B-52s), Gibby Haynes (Butthole Surfers), Karen O, and Nick Zinner (Yeah Yeah Yeahs). Win ‘Bang Bang Boom Cake’ all next week at 8.15am on breakfast & 5.15pm on drive from the 26th November.

7 - ON THE RADIO...
BREAKFAST

For Maximum Results, Take For Three Hours Daily

After a hectic week of re-integration, Aaron is most certainly back in the breakfast saddle. Which can only mean two words - 'Giddy Up!' Ever want to be a marine biologist? On the show tomorrow (Friday) marine biology takes centre stage on When I Grow Up ..., now proven to be 45% more effective vocation training than playing Xbox all morning. Next week on Breakfast, Monty Python funnyman turned perpetual traveler Michael Palin joins us while, ironically, touring to promote his new latest book New Europe. Also, veteran Australian journalist Tracee Hutchison (from the incredible 3RRR.FM in Melbourne, and also a weekly columnist for the Melbourne Age) will be back to talk about the aftermath from Australia's federal government elections, Renee Jones brings her monthly roundup of indie success from the Independent Music New Zealand offices, and Sub Pop's founding father Jonathon Poneman talks about taking over the New Zealand pop and folk comedy scenes. Plus plenty of damn fine music and Mandroid's Tin Foil Hat. Sweet.

8 - OLD FANGLED ACTION – THE SAINTS

Friday – the best day of the week by far. What better way to head into your weekend than by tuning into the Friday morning spectrum & catching Old Fangled at 10.30am. Paris will tell us about 70s Australian punks The Saints and their debut 1977 album (I'm) Stranded and why they are hugely influential and why they aren't famous and why this album still sounds f**king great. (Paris is excited).

9 - NATURAL SELECTION – ‘Ghetto Women: The Finest in Female Rap’ w/ Manick & Michael Schraa. Sunday 25th November, 6 – 8pm,

To carve out as a space as a lady emcee, you have to think outside the box. So to speak. Featuring MC Lyte, Queen Latifah’s Native Tongue, modern militants Ursula Rucker and Roxanna Ashante, pop sensation MIA and plenty more B-sides, check out the Ghetto Women Natural Selection: The Finest in Female Rap, with Manick and Michael Schraa. Sunday, 6-8pm, only on Radio One.

10 – GLOBAL VILLAGE THIS WEEK
Senegalese music is probably some of the best known African music to reach Western ears. Traditional Senegalese music comes from the Mande music tradition and many modern Senegalese performers are descended from 14th and 15th century Mande griots (hereditary praise-singers). This week on Global Village Justine explores the traditional and not so traditional music from Senegal. 8 – 9pm on 91fm.

11 - THE POOLHOUSE / RADIO ONE TOP 11.
Results for Tuesday 20th November -
1 – Kora (nz) - Skankenstein
2 – Liars – Freak Out
3 – Flight of the Conchords (nz) – Robots (live)
4 – The Phoenix Foundation (nz) – Gandalf
5 – Die! Die! Die! (dn) - Blinding
6 – The Upbeats (nz) – Thinking Cap feat/ Georgia Fisher
7 – Pendulum - Granite
8 – P-Bass Expressway (nz) - Easyride
9 – Delgirl (dn) - Promising
10 – The Puddle (dn) – No Sequels
11 – The Heavy - Girl


Hit Picks
Little Bushman (nz) - Mary
Solaa (nz) – Speak Your Mind

Vote for a track on the top 11 this week before 5pm on Tuesday 27th November & be in to win this lot:
Pig Out - Club Poems
George and Queen - City
EvergreenTerrace - Wolfbiker
Arch Hill Compilation - The Hills Have Ears
The Politik – Self Titled
Jay-Z - American Gangster
Vote at the Radio One reception or online at www.r1.co.nz.

12 - RED BULL STUDIO LIVE SESSIONS – Thurs 29th November / 3.30pm – GARAGELAND
The Red Bull Live Sessions stream every week across the bNet from the fancy Red Bull Studios in AK. Next week – Garageland. Garageland are back - fit and ready to charm all rock and roll revolutionaries. The spacesuits are on and the rocket ship tank is full as they prepare to end their 7 year absence and restart ALL engines on their "magical musical mission to pop mars".

13 - RADIO ONE GIGGY ACTION

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

The Void Clothing Jazz Junction presents
RAVI COLTRANE QUARTET

Dunedin Town Hall
Sunday 9th December

ONEFEST SERIES PART SIX
Starring CHRIS HEAZELWOOD

Support TBA
Friday 14th December
CROWN HOTEL
Free w/ your ANZ Onecard

ENDS

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