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Amplifier Newsletter #138 - 29 September 2004

Amplifier Newsletter #138 - 29 September 2004

Kia Ora . The 30 finalists have been announced for the inaugural 2004 Play It Strange National Secondary Schools Songwriting Competition. The judges; Brooke Fraser, Feleti Strickson-Pua, Jordan Luck and Phil Judd, took on the bold task of judging the 270 entries late last month... more

New Material

ARTIST PAUL GARNER Blues with a difference... Paul Garner's original songwriting and world-class guitar work turn an eclectic mix of influences into his own style. Check his album Love vs Blues.

ALBUM THE GREEN ROOM 003 The Green Room 003 is about living in a global community, & working with like-minded musicians & labels from around the world. Featuring Jo Dukie and DJ Fitchie, The Black Seeds, Pitch Black & more

VIDEO - ARTIST FOOLS LOVE RAGGA MIX - MISFITS OF SCIENCE The video for 'Fool$ Love (Ragga Remix)', featuring Tuff Enchant was directed by Ed Davis. Misfits of Science are currently working on their album, which is due for release at the end of October.

COMPETITION CRUMB Be into win the CRUMB's debut album So Dirty, Everyday. Purchase any one of their tracks - Julie Got Married - Nice To See You - and you will be in the draw to win a copy of the album


Shameless (Piha Samba Mix 04) Batucada Sound Machine

New York The Hipshooters

Do You? James Duncan

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