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Minuit - The Guards Tour

Minuit - The Guards Tour

AUCK: RISING SUN Saturday 25 March: doors 10pm $20 with NICK D, FUNKNSLOCUTS & THE KURNEL MC, MR BOINKIN & THE MANK WGTN: INDIGO Friday 31 March: doors 9pm $20 with SO SO MODERN, CHERRY'S GEMSTONES, DJ LOTION DUND: REFUEL Friday 7 April: doors 10pm $15 (All shows doors sales only available..its a release party, so dont be tardy!)

Welcome back Minuit! Yes, local electronic live act Minuit (minwee), have come back to us with a new album..The Guards Themselves. They've been described as having a distinct sense of personality..and these current holders of the bNet Electronic Award, are out to show us how that personality reacts under fire! Like any live band, you need to hear it AND see it before you truly get it! March is your chance to get Minuit..


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