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Trinityroots Release The Pressure...

Venue: Galotos City: Auckland Support: DJ Vee la Roc - Saturday Late Show Host @ Matterhorn Date: Saturday 9th December, 2000 Time: 10pm Entry: $10 on the door. Debut EP available at the venue.

Tensions rising and stresses mounting!!!??!! Release the Pressure with the refined roots sound of Aotearoa - TrinityRoots. Direct from a scorching dancehall session in the Bar Bodega (so hot that 2 patrons resorted to stripping to their lingerie - enough said...), the boys take their dirty skanking grooves northwards to scratch those itches in the simmering City of Sails. Primed for an live performance slot on SPACE the night before (Fri, 10pm on TV2) - make sure you ready your summer dancing moves for some serious dubilicious grooves... TrinityRoots - Saturday night at Galatos.

Trinity Roots - debut EP available in all the good record stores and www.trinityroots.com Little Things, Little Things remix (by DJ Mu), Nothing to be Loved & Better Man

New!!! Walls live on www.nzmusic.com - recorded alongwith Sense & Cents at "Salmonella Dub & friends" gig, Wellington Town Hall (22/9/00) - gorgeous and wikked ...

For further details contact; Toby Larmer (Manager) mob 025 204 0224 info@trinityroots.com


TRINITYROOTS Biography
Formed 1998, Wellington, Aotearoa

Warryn Maxwell - primary composer/vox/guitar
Tuhoe, Whangarei, Degree in Performance Jazz (saxophone), Registered builder
Rio Hemopo - vox/bass
Tuwharetoa, Taumaranui, student of music, te reo & aikido
Darren Mathiassen - vox/drums
Viking stock, Bluff, Advanced Diploma in Performance Jazz (drums), Joseph & the Technicolour Coat & Michael Barrymore tours
Riki Gooch - vox/turntables/sampler
Ngati Maniapoto, Dunedin, 2 times recipient of Gary Brain Young Percussionist Award

Notable Public Performance Associates/Events:
2000 Hullabaloo
New Jazz Transplant
Salmonella Dub & Friends
Ben Harper
2000 AD: The Event
Tuia 2000 Festival
Newtown Festival
Roots Foundation
1999 Lee Scratch Perry
Rockers Hi-Fi
Mad Professor
Salmonella Dub
Pitch Black
Dallas Tamaira
Bongmaster Inc
1998 Dallas Tamaira
Bongmaster Inc

Future Engagements: Gathering 2000/01, Orientation 2001 (nationwide)

TV appearances: Mai Time, Cow TV, Triangle TV, Channel V, Head:Set

Extensive Airplay: 95bFM (Auckland)
Radio Active 89FM (Wellington)
Radio One (Dunedin)

Nominees: Best New Act – 1999 b.net Music Awards

Winners: VUWSA Operation Storm Battle of the Bands 1998

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