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Giveaways
Tune in to 91FM this week and keep your ears pricked to win double passes to the epic new blockbuster Olympus Has Fallen, copies of The Flaming Lips' latest effort The Terror as well as a pass to the 40th anniversary of The Dark Side of the Moon from The Pink Floyd Experience, playing Thursday 2nd May.

Radio One Aero-Guitar-Smith Comp

Thursday 18th April, OUSA Market Day, 1pm by the Library Lawn

Wriggle your digits, toss your hair and just generally rock out for the Radio One Aerosmith Air Guitar Competition this Thursday at the OUSA Market Day. If you manage to impress the judges with your tactile rendition of an Aerosmith anthem you could walk away with a double pass to the show on April 24th. Backing tracks provided. Get shredding.

Feature CD

The Flaming Lips - The Terror
The Flaming Lips return with album number 13, The Terror. Bold and expressive, this release is darker, more brooding and introspective than the band's previous efforts. Combining bleak gothic-funk with ambient synths and Wayne Coyne's fragile falsetto, the album explores the concept that if love is all you need; what happens when love runs out? Less eager-to-please than their previous work The Terror finds its own place in the Lip's capacious cannon with its challenging, relentless exploration of loneliness and depression.

Win it on Breakfast at 8:15 all this week with Aaron Hawkins

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Radio One Top 11 Countdown
The Radio One Top 11 with Jon Bakos - Tuesday 16th April 2013
1. God Bows To Math (NZ) - The Only Good Fnord Is A Dead Fnord
2. Death and The Maiden (Dn) - Dear _____
3. The National - Demons
4. Nubigen (Dn) - Beware My Double
5. Astro Children (Dn) - Jamie Knows
6. Ladi6 (NZ) - Ikarus
7. Mount Kimbie - Made To Stray
8. Suuns - 2020
9. Bang Bang Eche (NZ) - Boys Are Gonna Make You Cry
10. Electric Fence (NZ) - Frostbite
11. Queens Of The Stone Age - My God Is The Sun

Hit Picks:
Flowers & Keepsakes (NZ) - Code
Deerhunter - Back To The Middle

Vote for the next Top 11 and go in the draw for the April Prize Pack.
Go HERE to listen and vote, and enter the drawing!

On The Radio
Radia - show 420 - Attempted Breakfast by BA1 / LCC students for RESONANCE FM - Sunday 21st April - 10pm w./ Campbell & Sally
Attempted Breakfast (All Your Expectations Are Dashed): a live recast by students in the BA1 Sound Arts and Design course at the London College of Communication of a disappointing radio play written by Ed Baxter and adapted by the cast. Starring Jon Clemens as The Voice.

http://resonancefm.com/

For info on the entire Radia Network, go here.


OUSA Battle Of The Bands 2013

The Otago University Students' Association in association with Radio One is proud to announce the 2013 Battle of the Bands.

This year the winning band will walk away with a professional music video shot and produced by Moi Moi Productions, $400 cash from OUSA, recording time in the Albany St Studio thanks to the Otago University Music Department, a Radio One advertising campaign and their very own branded gear from Konstruct Clothing.

Interested bands with at least one Otago University student as a band member can enter via this link: http://ousanz.wufoo.com/forms/q7x2x3/, and you can find out more info on the OUSA website: http://www.ousa.org.nz/.

Entries close 29th of April, with the heats kicking off every Friday starting 3th of May at Re:Fuel bar. $2 entry for the heats and $5 for the final!

ENDS

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