Jul 272007
 

Message In A Bottle - Minnie Wood

Hey Everyone,

I’m excited to announce that Minnie Wood’s new single for Jeans 4 Genes is on sale at hmv and through www.jeans4genes.com.au! Minnie has produced an awesome cover of The Police song ‘Message In A Bottle!’ Some fabulous Melbourne Rock Chix backed Minnie up including: Della Harris on backing vocals, Christine Carley on bass, Nat Allison on guitar and Tanya Cavanagh on drums.

The rock version was recorded & produced by Jimi Maroudas and the remix was produced by Pete Goodwin from Red Light Disco. Both versions are up for you to have a listen at Minnie’s my space page www.myspace.com/minniewood.

You can suport the excellent work of Jeans For Genes by buying ‘Message In A Bottle’ via www.jamm4genes.com.au website for $9.95 incl. postage and handling, and its up on www.itunes.com . It’ll also be available in HMV Bourke St Store in Melbourne from Monday July 30!

So go gedda copy and rock out with the Minnie and the ladies to support this excellent cause!

xKaren

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Jul 052007
 

Dear ZOOPHYTE Peoples,

ZOOPHYTE EP LAUNCH: “ANOTHER POINT OF VIEW” AT THE PRINCE OF WALES!

Zoophyte’s eclectic blend of roots, funk and rock has seen their emergence as one of the most progressive, exciting bands to evolve from Melbourne’s burgeoning indie scene. Their latest EP Another Point of View is hands down their best, showcasing the funkin’ rockin’ sound that audiences all around Australia are growing to love and highlighting Zoophyte’s flair for fusing lilting bluesy ballads, funky horn laden toe-tappers and balls-out guitar tracks!

Fresh off the road from their pre-release national tour which included the Make Poverty History benefit gig, Zoophyte will be officially launching Another Point of View at The Prince of Wales in Melbourne on Friday July 20th with friends Bonjahbango (NZ) and Dave Mann (WA).

Zoophyte is Cam Lee (vox, 6 & 12 string guitar, didge, percussion), James Johnson (guitar), Yiorgo Sgourakis (bass), James Majernik (drums) and occasional guest Andy Lee (vox, trumpet).

Sporting phat grooves, melodies that get stuck in ya head and punchy percussive breakdowns you won’t see coming, Zoophyte’s live show is STOMPIN’!

Doors at 8.30pm.
Tickets $13+BF – Available from the venue or online at www.princebandroom.com.au

For more details see www.myspace.com/zoophyteband or www.zoophyteband.com

See you at the Prince!

x Karen