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The Transistors Announce Album Release and Tour

...Rangiora’s finest, the Transistors, are announcing the imminent release of their second album Is This Anything?

The Transistors Announce Album Release and Tour

Rangiora’s finest, the Transistors, are announcing the imminent release of their second album Is This Anything?

The album will be released in New Zealand on Arch Hill Recordings on August the 2nd 2013. It was recorded in the Canterbury music hotbed of Sefton. The mighty Bob Frisbee manned the recording controls. The band have conveniently provided a recording plan to highlight the high tech approach to capturing their buzzy sound – see the very bottom of this email…

And what’s even more –Transistors are heading out on tour.  You might have recently seen Transistors supporting The Buzzcocks around New Zealand, or even better, during their 27 date US tour with Guitar Wolf.

Transistors NZ Tour
Friday 2nd of August – The Kings Arms, Auckland - with Street Chant and The Situations
Saturday 3rd of August – Mighty Mighty, Wellington - with The Situations
Friday 9th of August – The Dark Room – Christchurch - with Salad Boys and Ipswich
Saturday 17th August – Queens – Dunedin - with Salad Boys and Kilmog


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While you are at it, their EP Flux Pentaphile has now just become available on 7” single and you can buy it from Flying Out here

Is This Anything? Is released on LP/CD/Digital on 2nd of August 2013 on Arch Hill Recordings, distributed in NZ by Rhythm Method.

Transistors – Is This Anything – Track List
1. Method Actor
2. Nervious Heart
3. Abandoned
4. Professional
5. Ex-Communicator
6. Your Life Could Be So Easy
7. Look at Me Now
8. Knee Jerk Jerk
9. Thru With Complaining
10. Stuck in the Mud
11. I’m Your Brat, I’m The Rat
12. Bright & Early
13. This Is Not An Exit
14. Dirty Diver


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