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OneMail 50: OneFest Part 6 Tomorrow Night

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It’s getting hot in here, so take off all your clothes.

ONEFEST SERIES PART SIX – TOMORROW NIGHT!
Cash Guitar (Chris Heazlewood) and the Silver Dollars, The Futurians
& the Haunted Turnies Crew. Friday 14th December at the Crown Hotel.
Free w/ your ANZ Onecard, $10 Doorsales.

Radio One does it again: fetching Chris Heazlewood home as Cash Guitar and the Silver Dollars for Onefest Series part 6. They'll be decking the halls on the 14th of December at the Crown, and the best part is it's free for those with ANZ Onecards, and just $10 on the door for everyone else.
Heazlewood is one of NZ’s most enigmatic & influential guitarists & musicians, being the idol of every kid with a distortion pedal, guitar, home recording device & fire in the belly. Not being content with just any old backing band, Heazlewood has drafted together some of Dunedin’s most respected musicians as his rhythm section –these people being one Peter Gutteridge (The legendary front man for Snapper & a true Dunedin icon in his on right!), Todd Knudsen (current Drummer for The Chills) & Gavin Shaw (Bass player in The Puddle).

Cash Guitar and the Silver Dollars will be flanked by retro-futuristic space-invaders The Futurians. Duckling, CJA, ISO12 & Mandroid are armed with nuclear weapons of sonic destruction and will unload their jarring hypnofest until the room is total mess of ectoplasmic brain jelly tranceness. Although this is their first Dunedin appearance in over two years, The Futurians have been hitting the record button since the dawn of time with over 40 albums circulating in the global reptilian underground.

And The Haunted Turnies, normally found terrorizing your earwaves on their Monday 11pm Radio One slot, will be keeping it mashed, smashed and psychedelic in the breaks with their eclectic freak-funk.

ONEFEST SERIES PART SIX
Starring Cash Guitar (Chris Heazlewood) and the Silver Dollars,
The Futurians
& the Haunted Turnies Crew
Friday 14th December
CROWN HOTEL
Free w/ your ANZ Onecard
$10 Doorsales

COMPETITIONS COMING OUT OUR EARS!
WIN RADIO ONE’S TOP 50 CD’s OF 2007 – LAST WEEK TO ENTER & WIN
You have until 5pm on Tuesday the 18th December to come up to the Radio One office at Level 1, OUSA Building, 640 Cumberland St, Dunedin with a non-perishable food item and deposit it under the spectacular Radio One Christmas tree
All donations will be given to the Foodbank at the competitions end (Wednesday 19th December).
Here’s what you could be winning with your giving:
The White Stripes - Icky Thump
Bjork - Volta
Dizzee Rascal - Maths + English
Battles - Mirrored
Phoenix Foundation - Happy Ending
Liam Finn I'll Be Lightning
Pig Out - Club Poems
Die! Die! Die! - Promises Promises
Pitch Black - Rude Mechanicals
Kora - Kora
Ryan Adams - Easy Tiger
The Brunettes - Structure & Cosmetics
Justice - †
Shapeshifter - Live
New Young Pony Club - Fantastic Playroom
SJD - Songs From A Dictaphone
Disasteradio - Visions
Queens Of The Stone Age - Era Vulgaris
The Horrors - Strange House
The Tweeks - You Can Listen Too
Iron and Wine - The Shepherd’s Dog
Calvin Johnson - Calvin Johnson & The Sons Of The Soil
The Checks - Hunting Whales
Clipse - Hell Hath No Fury
Feist - The Reminder
David Kilgour - The Far Now
Wilco - Sky Blue Sky
M.I.A. - Kala
Blonde Redhead - 23
Devendra Banhart - Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon
Tiki - Past, Present, Future
Whipping Cats - The Last Ditch Dance
The Sproutts - Plutons
Epsilon Blue - Are We there Yet?
Soulsavers - It's Not How Far You Fall, It's The Way You Land
Les Savy Fav - Let's Stay Friends
Architecture In Helsinki - Places Like This
Arcade Fire - Neon Bible
Bonde do Role - With Lasers
Spoon - Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga
LCD Soundsystem - Sound of Silver
Ono – Yes, I'm a Witch
Unity Pacific - Into The Dread
Interpol - Our Love to Admire
Bat For Lashes - Fur And Gold
Jefferson Belt - Table Manners
Cornerstone Roots - Free Yourself
So So Modern - Friendly Fires
The Shins - Wincing the Night Away
The Terminals - The Terminals
Trans Am - Sex Change
Tiny Masters of Today - Bang Bang Boom Cake
The New Pornographers – Challengers

BEST DRESSED HIPSTERS WIN BIG DAY OUT TICKETS
You have until the 21st December to enter the Radio One 91fm Best Dressed Hipsters competition by designing your ultimate BDO t-shirt. Grab an entry form from up at the Radio One office; Level 1, OUSA Building, 640 Cumberland St, Dunedin, or download one from the Radio One website; www.r1.co.nz. Drop your entry back into us or email it to r1@r1.co.nz. The five best entries received by Thursday 20th December, 5pm, win a ticket to the BDO '08, announced on the Backstage Breakfast with Aaron until Friday 21st. Check it out & get creative - every week the lucky winner’s art is posted on our online gallery – www.r1.co.nz

VOTE IN THE FINAL HEAT OF THE ‘WIN A SLOT AT THE BDO 08’ COMP
Congratulations to HAYMAN! – winning heat 4 of the ‘Win a slot at the BDO 08’ competition. Get along to the website (www.r1.co.nz) & vote for your favourite track by 3pm Friday 14th in the 5th & final round. Once we’ve found our 5 heat winners we tabulate & find which winning entry had the highest amount of votes overall to get our Radio One supreme nominee – who goes up against winners from the other bNets to get the chance to open at the BIG DAY OUT 2008. The Radio One Supreme nominee gets announced at 9.45 on Monday University Bookshop Breakfast, December 17th with Aaron and also snaffle themselves some tickets to the Big Day Out for good measure.

GIVEAWAYS
Top up your Santa stocking with these free-bees to be won all next week. New releases from The Killers, Robyn, Delgirl, Nathan Haines, Pnau & The Bleeders.

FEATURE CD - SIGUR ROS – ‘Hvarf–Heim’ Win it all next week.
In Icelandic, the word "hvarf" means "disappeared," and the first five tracks of Sigur Rós's double CD set nearly did disappear, having remained unreleased until this collection. The inclusion of two specific tracks, "Von" (meaning "hope") and "Hafsol," will especially delight longtime SR fans; written and recorded during the group's infancy in 1995, these tracks became treasured live performances, having never been captured on disc as their expanded, evolved versions until now. The disc's second portion, "Heim"("home") is a six-song acoustic set that shows Sigur Rós in a less grandiose, more delicate light. While totally acoustic, the songs remain full-bodied, lush and lovely. There’s even the sounds of chirping birds singing along with the orchestral instruments if you listen close enough...which you will if you win this fantastic double album. Win ‘Hvarf-Heim’ all next week at 8.15am on breakfast & 5.15pm on drive from the 17th December.

ON THE RADIO...
THE LOCAL TONIGHT – THE GIDEONS
The Gideons are a messy Dunedin two piece and have just released their awkwardly titled debut album "Art For Killing Love". Get inside their uniquely weird headspace this Thursday the 13th of December when they join us on The Local for an inspired run through of their favourite New Zealand bands as well as a rare acoustical style studio performance of their new material. The Gideons on The Local with Dave, tonight, 7-9pm on the One

FRIDAY MORNING SPECTRUM / OLD FANGLED. 11am / Friday
The Friday morning music spectrum is back in full force with young Tom Bell displaying his encyclopeadic knowledge of the cool, obscure & just damn tasty music he’s had his ears on recently. Come 11am, Paris steps in for this weeks installment of ‘Old Fangled’.
Brian Eno - Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) Brian Eno was the synth guru and best dressed glam weirdo in early 70s Roxy Music but he wasn't satisfied with that. Paris has picked his extraordinary 1974 solo album 'Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)' to tune us on to this influential and unconventional rock classic.

NATURAL SELECTION – Cosmic Disco w/ Megabong 3000. Sunday December 16th, 6 – 8pm,
Ahoy, fellow astral travelers! This Sunday, your captain Megabong 3000 will be setting the controls straight to the heart of the discotheque. Passing through the valleys of the mind and the flared expanses of your trousers, we will be floating from the laboratories of seventies Germany to the coked up clubs of New York to the latest soundscapes emanating from the forests of Norway. Spacious! The Cosmic Disco Natural Selection, this Sunday the 16th of December with Megabong 3000.

THE POOLHOUSE / RADIO ONE TOP 11.
Results for Tuesday 11th December -
1 – The Phoenix Foundation (nz) - Gandalf
2 – Little Bushman (nz) – Mary
3 – Pendulum - Granite
4 – The Ruby Suns (nz) – Kenya Dig It
5 – Die! Die! Die! (dn) – Sideways Here We Come
6 – The Verlaines (dn) – It’s Easier to Harden a Broken Heart (Than Mend It)
7 – Vibrasics (dn) – Mass Transmit
8 – Cat Power – Song To Bobby
9 – Delgirl (dn) - Promising
10 – Hot Chip – Ready For The Floor
11 – Sonic Smith (dn) – Wii Break
Hit Picks
Wu-Tang Clan – Tar Pit
The Electric Wire Hustle (nz) – Gimme That Kinda

It's the last top 11 for 2007 so your vote has extra punch this week. Vote for a track on the top 11 this week before 5pm on Tuesday 18th December & be in to win this extra special pre-christmas swag of loot:
A Radio One Super Stylish Hoody (available in a range of sizes &flavours)
Bleeders – S/T
Nathan Haines – Right Now
Supergroove – Postage
Shock Records Sampler – It’s a Boy
Little Bushman – The Onus Of Sand
BSM – Live at the Bowl of Brooklands
Wilco – Sky Blue Sky
Prinzhorn Dance School – Up! Up! Up! (7 inch vinyl)

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

RADIO ONE LIVE EVIL FOR THE INFANT BABY JESUS THIS WEEK

ONEFEST SERIES PART SIX
Starring CASH GUITAR & THE SILVER DOLLARS
THE FUTURIANS
& THE HAUNTED TURNIES CREW
Friday 14th December
CROWN HOTEL
Free w/ your ANZ Onecard
$10 Doorsales

IN THE FUTURE...

GHOST CLUB
Support tba
Mon 7th January
Crown Hotel
$12 w/ ANZ Onecard
$15 without


ENDS

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