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Uni - Students Move To A Dub Beat

Salmonella Dub, Aoteroa’s finest dub artists, will be performing as part of the National University Orientation Festivals in February and March 2002.

Salmonella Dub are a true Kiwi phenomenon.

The Dub sold nearly double platinum with their last album “Killervison.” The new effort, “Inside the Dub Plates” is the fourth album from Salmonella Dub, and a beauty it is to behold.

Recorded in Christchurch, Aotearoa in April and May 2001, “Dub Plates” continues a fine run of form for Salmonella Dub.

Salmonella dub will playing Orientation on the back of an Australian tour where they will be performing in Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Bisbane and Byron bay.

Their new single and video "Tha Bromley East Roller" is receiving extensive air play both here and across the Tasman.

The band are looking forward to the Orientation circuit which takes them around Aoteroa before they commence work on compiling their remix LP of "Inside the Dubplates".

The remix LP tentatively entitled "Outside the Dubplates" will feature mixes from Mad Professor, Asian Dub Foundation, Adrian Sherwood, Mad professor, Sofa Surfers and others.

The LP will be released in NZ around June but you can expect some vinyl tasters in July.

Date University Venue Support act(s)

Thu 21/2 Otago University Town Hall The Black Seeds, Zuvuaya

Fri 22/2 Uni of Canterbury UCSA Ballroom Black Seeds, DJ's Mant, Jagwah

Thu 28/2 Massey University Massey Events Ctre The Black Seeds, Mercenaries

Fri 1/3 Victoria University Union Hall Project

Fri 8/3 Uni of AK/AUT/ASA St James The Black Seeds

Sat 9/3 Waikato University orienTENTion Coffee Breaks

Details can be found @
Tickets will be available to the public (non students) as well.

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