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Secret Autozamm gig at Valve bar this Thursday!

Secret Autozamm gig at Valve bar this Thursday!

Tommy Ill, The housewives, Plushmor, the Dissentors, alpha noise and Autozamm (Auckland)

Autozamm: originally from Wellington They shifted to Auckland and now they are back touring the country to promote the release of their new album (As for Now).

alpha noise: Rock'n balls

the Dissentors: Fun party punk

Plushmor: Alternative rock

The housewives: Rockers with a punky edge

Tommy Ill: Happy rap

Thursday the 17th of August. R18. Cost 10$ entry.

Come and see Autozamm and check out all the great local bands. It will be a fun night of rock, plus, plus, plus!

Contacts: Eamonn Ferris gig organiser cell: 021300493 Ah: 043848587

Valve bar 154 Vivian St


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