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Easter fun... Rhian Sheehan & Undertone


Easter fun... Rhian Sheehan & Undertone

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To introduce Rhian Sheehan's second album tilted 'Tiny Blue Biosphere' Rhian and his live band play two Auckland dates this Easter.

Tin Blue Biosphere is due for Nationwide release on April 26.

THURSDAY APRIL 8

Areacode in association with Galatos & 95bFM present:

UNDERTONE (the nature of sound)

Featuring: Substax Rhian Sheehan Subware Baitercell

Galatos Thursday 8th of April $17 Pre-sales from Real Groovy, Counch & Play $20 Door sales.

Long has electronic music drawn upon the spirit of our landscape to inspire & reinvent. UNDERTONE is a showcase of the lush & progressive sounds formed by NZ's most innovative electronic producers.

SATURDAY APRIL 10

If you would prefer to drive a casual hour out of Auckland through the beautiful New Zealand country-side you will get to the friendly Leigh Sawmill Cafe...

RHIAN SHEEHNAN LIVE

With special guests Gramsci, Module & the LOOP SoundSystem featuring Tim Hopkins

Leigh Saw Mill Saturday 10th of April 9am to 1pm $10 on the door.

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