NZ Top 10 Albums – Monday 24th June 2008

1 Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends
Coldplay
2 Indestructible
Disturbed
3 Rockferry
Duffy
4 Exclusive: Forever Edition
Chris Brown
5 Past, Present, Future
Tiki Taane
6 Flight Of The Conchords
Flight Of The Conchords
7 Back To Black: Deluxe Edition
Amy Winehouse
8 The Very Best Of
Dolly Parton
9 Rise And Fall, Rage And Grace
The Offspring
10 Tha Carter III
Lil Wayne


Charts courtesy of RIANZ

Lower Hutt wide community meeting

Painful food prices?
Crazy fuel prices?
Struggling to cope?
Wondering if it is going to stop?

There is a Lower Hutt wide community meeting on Tuesday to look at the causes of rising food and fuel prices and discuss how it is affecting Lower Hutt people and what we might do to become less effected by price increases.
They need everyones input.

Where: Tuesday 24th June 2008, 7:30pm at St James Church Hall (71 Woburn Road behind the Lower Hutt Central Library).

Organised by Transition Towns Lower Hutt.

Wainuiomata to Vegas – Hip Hop Dancers Need Your Help

Wainuiomata to Vegas - Hip Hop Dancers Need Your Help

17.06.08 – From the streets of Wellington to the world’s best in Las Vegas, via the Opera House: It’s a curious journey but one that celebrated New Zealand champion hip-hop dance crew Legacy will take when they take on the world’s best breakdancers in Las Vegas in July. But first they need a little help.

Legacy Dance today announced Hip Hop Xposure, a special fundraising hip-hop dance and music concert held at the opulent Wellington Opera House, Saturday June 28. The Legacy Dance crew leads a strong line-up that features local hip-hop artists Flowz and Beatrootz, Wellington dance crews Emerge and Infinite, and Auckland’s Kaladyscope and TMC. The aim is to raise $40,000 to send the nine young Legacy dancers to Las Vegas for the 2008 World Hip Hop Dance Championship, to be held July 28-30 in Las Vegas where they will battle crews from 30 nations for international respect and bragging rights. “By no means will this be a cheap trip,” said Legacy Dance manager Liston Peilua. “We have a goal of raising $40,000 for the crew to attend but you couldn’t put a price tag on the experience these guys will have. “It’s a long way from the streets of Rongotai, Strathmore and Wainuiomata to the glitter of Vegas but it’s journey we’re determined to make,” he said.

Legacy Dance have taken New Zealand by storm since establishing the group in 2006. Legacy qualified for the World Championships by gaining a top two placing at the New Zealand championships on April 19.
In 2006, Legacy qualified for the finals of the World Championships, held that year in Los Angeles. Since then, Legacy have performed to over 45,000 people in New Zealand through sold-out shows A Hip Hop Legacy and The Chronicles. Legacy was awarded Best Newcomers and Highly Commended Dance Show at the 2008 New Zealand Fringe Festival.

HIP HOP XPOSURE: Legacy Dance fundraiser
7pm, June 28 @ Wellington Opera House
$20 full, $15 children, $15 conc.
Tickets from Ticketek

reproduced with permission from www.amplifier.co.nz

Two New Shows start this week.

We welcome two new shows to The Cheese this week.

“Upload” hosted by Abby and Simon covers a vast range of NZ music. Lots of stuff you wouldn’t usually hear on The Cheese! You can “Upload” every Saturday night at 10pm, with a repeat on Monday nights at 9pm.

“Uncharted” is a 15 minute programme hosted by Miles with News from Clair. Miles talks with a local band or artist and asks those in-depth questions that most other people are too afraid to ask! “Uncharted” plays every Sunday night at 6pm with an encore on Wednesday nights at 6pm.

We’ve updated our station schedules, so check them out!

Level 42 Fans – Check This !

Is there anyone out there that doesn’t like Level 42 ? They had a string of feel good hits during the 80s and were led by unassuming guy next door Mark King, a lead singer and bass player who reportedly had his thumb insured for a lot of money ! We celebrate Level 42 by making one of their best fansites our Website Of The Week this week on The 80s Lunchbox, weekdays at midday on The Cheese.