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Arch Hill Compilation

Introducing Arch Hill Recordings is released on September 6th 2001 through Flying In.

Introducing Arch Hill Recordings CD release tour....

Christchurch - Thursday 16th August (University) PINE, FANG
Dunedin - Fri 17th August (Arc Cafe) PINE, FANG
Christchurch - Sat 18th August (Dux De Lux) PINE, FANG, DAVID MULCAHY
Napier - Fri 7th Sept (O'Flahertys) FANG, PLASTICENE
Wellington - Sat 8th Sept (Bodega) FANG, PINE
Hamilton - Fri 14th Sept (Ward Lane) FANG, PINE, PLASTICENE
Auckland - Sat 15th Sept (Kings Arms) FANG, PINE, PLASTICENE

Buy the CD on the door and get into the show for free....

Other acts may be added to these dates....

Also, Pine will be playing at the Dux De Lux in Christchurch with a solo Julia Deans from Fur Patrol on Sunday the 12th of August

Introducing Arch Hill Recordings track list

1. Plasticene – My Imagined Nursery
2. Pine – Make Way for the King
3. Fang – Famous for Being Famous
4. Lanky – Under the Pines
5. Plasticene – Computer Love
6. Fang – Disphoria
7. Pine – Speeding
8. Ben & Greta – Creep Around the House
9. Brunettes – Cotton Candy
10. Lanky – Voodoo
11. David Mulcahy – Too Far Gone
12. Dirt - Just Yesterday We Were Not Born


Arch Hill Recordings is a label that was formed in Auckland, New Zealand, in 1998. This compilation features artists who are on that label, as well as some other friends producing music we like. So far we have released material by Pine, Lanky, Fang and David Mulcahy. There are many more plans and we hope this is just the beginning….


Ben Howe
Arch Hill Recordings
20 Anglesea st
Ponsonby
Auckland
0211554910


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