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Amplifier Newsletter #137 - 22 September 2004

Amplifier Newsletter #137 - 22 September 2004

Kia Ora . P-MONEY and Dirty Records invite YOU to be in their epic new music video "Stop The Music" performed by P-MONEY and featuring SCRIBE!. Check the details here amplifier

New Material

ARTIST THE ARTISTRY 'Preachin' (Stephanie Brown, 2002) is a soulful hymn about love and gives tribute to the American Gospel tradition. The Artistry track is available on the Triumph compilation album that supports research into breast cancer.

ALBUM FROZEN ORANGE - DAVID KILGOUR Frozen Orange is David Kilgour's latest offering. The album showcases a sublime combination of Kilgour's signature guitar lines and shambolic, quirky melodies with an added twist of country twang and a little bit of R&B/soul courtesy of his friends in Nashville.

VIDEO - ARTIST WE GON RIDE - DEI HAMO Dei Hamo's debut single 'We Gon Ride' showcases why he's considered by most to be the hottest new talent in New Zealand hip hop. The highly acclaimed video clip, shot by leading music video director Chris Graham, entered the music television charts at Number 1.

AMPLIFIER EXCLUSIVE MINUIT The latest Minuit release, The Guns EP has sold out and right now the only place you can purchase two of the tracks from the EP - I Hate Guns & The Sum Of Us is here on amplifier. Check it!


Peeling Potatoes Onion Jim

Brightest Star New Ending

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