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Tiger Tones Release Debut Album

Tiger Tones Release Debut Album On Pinacolada Records MONDAY 21st APRIL*

Undeniably one of the stars of 'A Camp Low Hum' in 2008, Christchurch based group Tiger Tones are set to release their debut album on Pinacolada Records via Rhythmethod Distribution on Monday April 21st.

Featuring eleven tracks that are a mixture of brand new tunes and live favourites, the album has been attracting some great press. Here's just one example that's come into the Pinacolada HQ:

/'A slickly produced affair of Rapture-esque quality that radiates laser beams of synthonic cacophony, breathing life into any listener' - /*Sarah Gooding, Groove Guide, April 2008. *

Experience this for yourself on their debut album and catch Tiger Tones live on their NZ album release tour with Frase + Bri.

Tour dates are:

*TIGER TONES ALBUM RELEASE TOUR * Dux de Lux Christchurch Saturday April 19th w/-Frase and Bri Whammy Bar Auckland Friday April 25th w/-Frase and Bri,Goldenaxe, Mean Street Mighty Mighty Wellington Saturday April 26th w/- Frase and Bri for the Neonsleep Birthday Party House Party Dunedin Saturday May 3rd w/- Frase and Bri and Megadick

If you need any further info please let me know via email:


Tim Baird Project co-ordinator PINACOLADA RECORDS


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