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The Rock and Roll Machine vs Cherry's Gemstones!

The Rock and Roll Machine vs Cherry's Gemstones!

With only weeks to go until the release of their self-titled debut album (August 28), Auckland's Rock and Roll Machine is taking their mind off things by journeying to Wellington and facing off against spunky, punky Cherry's Gemstones!

The Rock and Roll Machine vs Cherry's Gemstones at Room 101 (under Bodega) Friday 11th of August with The Secateurs and DJ Acid Queen doors open 9pm

(+ secret-ish, sneaky student show is happening the night before at The Big Kumara!)

The Rock and Roll Machine with Malegra The Big Kumara cnr Dixon/Cuba Mall Thursday 10th August doors open 8pm

New single "Creature of the Night" out now on Hell Squad Records! Self-titled, debut album out August 28th!


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