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Rock and Roll Machine Album Release Mini Tour!

Rock and Roll Machine Album Release Mini Tour!


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Rock and Roll Machine Album Release Mini Tour!

The Rock and Roll Machine are heading south again for the third time in as many months - but this time they will be bringing their new album with them!

"The Rock and Roll Machine" hits you upside the head with 9 songs of raw, trashy power. Matt Stroobants yelping vocals and psychedelic guitar wail over what must surely be the tightest rhythm section in the land. Karin Canzek on bass delivers her songs in an inspired and un-hinged voice with the mighty Rich Mixture bringing up the rear with his powerful, primal drumming - not to be missed!

You can catch the band at -

The Break, Palmerston North
Friday 8th September
with Neckstretchers and The Highlords
8pm

San Francisco Bath House
Saturday 9th September
with Knife Fight and Volcana
9pm
$10 at the door

Ward Lane, Hamilton
Saturday 23rd September
with Sunny Tokyo and The Lookie Loo's
9 pm
$10 at the door


ENDS

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