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Little Bushman present Antipodean Trips

 

 

Little Bushman present Antipodean Trips

 

“In an age where everyone is searching for solutions ‘Pendulum’  offers a musical spirituality as a blueprint for a new era.”

- Dominion Post 5 star album review


Intimate venues around the country will provide the perfect atmosphere to fully experience Little Bushman live. In full sonic force and in the drawn back tension releasing moments that need to exist for the other to fully flourish. Make no mistake people - this a journey through a sonic wilderness - leave your preconceptions at the door.

Warren Maxwell (Nord keyboard, 12 string & harmonica) with Joe Callwood (guitar), Tom Callwood (bass) and Rick Cranson(drums) are Little Bushman. Think four esteemed musicians educated at jazz school, heavily influenced by Pink Floyd, Jimi Hendrix and The Who. That equals creative, interesting, great music and a bona fide magnificent live show.

Both albums debut ‘Onus Of Sand’ and latest ‘Pendulum’ have garnered critical acclaim from some of New Zealand’s toughest critics. The live experience takes that to a whole new level.

Enter with an open mind and you shall be rewarded.
All Shows: Ticket Price: $20 + BF Presales & $25 Door Sales


22 May
12 Below, Dunedin
Doors 9pm
Tickets from Real Groovy  

23 may
Revolver, Queenstown
Doors 8pm
Tickets from Play It Again

24 May
Al’s Bar, Christchurch
Doors 8pm
Tickets from Real Groovy

30 May
Colosseum, Tauranga
Doors 8pm
Tickets from Tracs

31 May
Ibanez, Whangarei
Doors 8pm
Tickets from Wards Music

1 June
Leigh Sawmill Café, Leigh
Book for dinner 6-9, show starts 9:30! Must be closed by midnight.
Tickets from the Sawmill and Real Groovy AK

7 June
Happy, Wellington
Doors 8pm
Tickets from Real Groovy

12 June
Bar Mode, Palmerston North
Doors 8pm
Tickets from Mango Music

13 June
Cabana, Napier
Doors 8pm
Tickets from Music Machine

14 June
The Poverty Bay Club, Gisborne
Doors 8pm
Tickets from the Café @ The Poverty Bay Club

19 June
King’s Arm’s, Auckland
Doors 8pm
Tickets from Real Groovy

20 June
Town Hall, Raglan
Doors 8pm
Tickets from Motherland HQ

21 June
Basement Bar, New Plymouth
Doors 8pm
Tickets from Raw Records

 

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