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Damien Binder - Radio, Video

Damien Binder - Radio, Video

Damien guests on Han's show on 95bFM this Thursday 5th July between 10 -12pm (live web feed @ http://www.95bfm.co.nz/bfm32.m3u). Hamilton gets the Binder experience a fortnight later with a lunchtime show at Waikato University Thurs 19th.

Stay tuned to Juice TV and other music shows in the coming month as the video for the new single rolls off the assembly line. The song is 'Turn Me Round', Mr Jonathan King once again spreads his directorial fairy dust over the project.

Splitter - Studio, Live

Rocktastic Splitter have wasted no time in the studio: Wayne Bell & Aidan Phillips (drums and bass respectively) knocking out the rythym parts for the 13 new album tracks in a little over 15 hours. What is this; 1964??

Next comes the guitars and vocals by Messrs Thorne & Tobeck. All going to plan - as we know it always does in music - the new Splitter long player 'Devil In The Detail' will be available for your aural pleasure on October 1.

Can't wait until October? Next Splitter gig is Friday 17 August, once more at the esteemable Kings Arms in Auckland city, with spesh guest to be announced. A fair few of the new songs will get an airing, so pencil it in now. Splitter website: http://www.splitterworld.com

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