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Shaky Hands + This Night Creeps + House of Dolls

Shaky Hands (Auck) + This Night Creeps (Hamilton) + House Of Dolls (Chc)

27 July 2006 - 9pm
Provincial Lounge Bar
274 Cashel Street - Christchurch
$10


Shaky Hands

Formerly gaining attention under the name Nova Echo, Shaky Hands play an incredibly tight , driving, pop influenced brand of indie rock with a noticeable proto-punk influence. Their debut EP, Cut Off Your Hands is soon to be released on Australian label Speak n Spell. Their live show is not to be missed, they are as extraodinarily tight live as they are in their recordings.

This Night Creeps

Known for their spontaneously destructive and unpredictably chaotic live show This Night Creeps have achieved much since the release of their self titled MCD of 2003. Bringing their intense guitar driven electro sound to audiences throughout Australasia; playing numerous international supports and tours with both local and international heavyweights as The Mint Chicks, Die Die Die and The Blood Brothers. Described as 'Cinematic, emotionally and structurally complex music' -punkas.com. 'Arty and smart' - Vice magazine and "Ones to Succeed" - Real Groove Magazine

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