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Muse Records May News


May News

El Hula - ³Violent Love² Out Next Week

It¹s the most eclectic album you¹re likely to hear this year ­ a mixture of alternative country, glam, rock, mariachi horns, Nick Cave-esque balladry all thrown into the blender under the guiding hand of The Strokes producer Gordon Raphael! Johnny Cash¹s pedal steel player is just one of the fantastic musicians to feature on this CD, the brainchild of London-based Kiwi Blair Jollands.

³Violent Love² is released in New Zealand next Thursday, with the lead single ³Gems² already scurrying over the TV and radio waves like a robber¹s dog! Make sure you get a copy. http://www.elhula.com

LUCID 3 ­ NEW ALBUM The highly anticipated second album from Lucid 3 - ³All moments leading to this² - is released on June 17th. Sneak previews of the new album can be heard on www.amplifier.co.nz or by going to see the band live. The ŒAll Moments¹ June/July national tour will be announced shortly.

Sat 22nd May ­ Auckland Art Gallery, 3.00pm

Sat 22nd May ­ New Brew Bar, Albany with Jordan Luck

Sun 23rd May - Float, Princes Wharf 1.00pm

Sun 30th May ­ National Anthem, TV2 live-to-air 3.00pm

http://www.lucid3.com

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