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Loop Presents New Material


Loop Presents New Material

Hot on the heels of the recent release of their remix album Pushed, The Black Seeds take a break from recording their second studio album to hit the stage in Auckland and Wellington one last time before Christmas.


Expect to hear new material and all your favourites from The 'Seeds as they return to Auckland for the first time since their sellout winter tour in July and play their final home town Wellington gig for 2002.

Auckland:

Galatos - Saturday 7 December

Support from DJs Stinky Jim and Slowdeck of Bureau de Bashment

Presale tickets $20 from Real Groovy and Beat Merchants

Wellington:

Bar Bodega - Friday 13 December

Support from DJs Missing Link and Art

Presale tickets $16 from Real Groovy and PlanetJack.com

http://www.theblackseeds.com

Andy Mitchell
Promotions Manager

LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa
http://www.loop.co.nz

Listen and buy online:
http://www.thegreenroom.co.nz


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