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Here we go again. A LOW HUM Tour #3


Here we go again. A LOW HUM Tour #3

Its Tour number 3! Every month with the help of Jack Daniels, A LOW HUM is taking the finest New Zealand independent artists on the road to celebrate the release of each new issue and in June we are bringing a double header.

The Fanatics are an electro rock two-piece who exploded onto the Auckland music scene less then a year ago and have spent more time then almost any other NZ artist at the top of the b-net charts since. Their two singles "Girl" and "Models" have been absolutely thrashed on student radio and gaining a huge reputation for their energetic live show, they are absolutely unmissable. They're making their first trip down south on this tour.

Joining The Fanatics is Disasteradio from Wellington. Disasteradio has been described as a "one-man Kraftwerk". His collection of gear and odds and ends that he plays live is eclectic to say the least. Having self-released three cd-r albums and a tape through "Stink Magnetic", Disasteradio is about to have his fourth album pressed properly through Etcetera records and this tour signals his first shows outside of Wellington. Come and see what the fuss is all about and why Disasteradio has become an underground cult phenomenon in Wellington.

Turning this tour into a Electro Rock supernova, Christchurch based "The Locking Cycle" will be joining the two for the South Island dates, while the insane Goldenaxe from Auckland will be joining in on the fun in the North Island.

A LOW HUM Tour #3

Nelson June 16th: The Fanatics and Disasteradio Phat Club
Christchurch June 17th: The Fanatics and Disasteradio with The Locking Cycle The Wunderbar
Dunedin June 18th: The Fanatics and Disasteradio with The Locking Cycle Arc
Queenstown June 19th: The Fanatics and Disasteradio with The Locking Cycle The Dux


Palmerston North June 22nd: The Fanatics and Disasteradio with Goldenaxe and The Scourge of Tussin Guv’nors
Wellington June 23rd: The Fanatics and Disasteradio with Goldenaxe and Guests Happy
New Plymouth June 24th: The Fanatics and Disasteradio with Goldenaxe Basement Bar
Auckland June 25th: The Fanatics and Disasteradio with Goldenaxe and The Shocking Pinks Edens Bar

Monthly tours made possible with the help of the good folk at Jack Daniels.

Entry to all these shows will be either:
$5 (just entry) or $10 (includes entry and a copy of the magazine and 8-track CD)

Issue 10. The new CD/Magazine features songs by:
The Accelerants, Pumice, This Night Creeps, Goldenaxe, Degrees K, Urban Tramper, Stylus77 and Southkill.

If you miss the release shows, the magazine/CD will be selling at good record stores throughout the country. Find your nearest store on http://www.alowhum.com


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