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The "Dead C" To Open For Sonic Youth

The "Dead C" To Open For Sonic Youth

With the enthuisiastic urgeing of sonic youth themselves, mysterygirl and DLB have enlisted one of sonic youth's favourite acts to open for them at their show next year...

the dead c

Founded in 1987, this improvisational New Zealand noise trio consist of Michael Morley, Bruce Russell and Robbie Yeats. Thurston Moore once told The Wire - the world’s biggest-circulation ‘difficult music’ magazine - that the most interesting bands in the world were ‘The Dead C. and all the bands that follow them’. If this means nothing to you, you’re not that uncool, just a little out of the Dead C. loop, shall we say.

95bfM, & mysterygirlpresent the New Zealand premiere of Don't Look Back

Saturday 16th February 2008, Bruce Mason Centre, Auckland
Tickets from ticketmaster outlets.

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