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Transistors Get Professional!

Transistors Get Professional!


Rangiora (New Zealand) heroes Transistors have released the new video for the track "Professional" - taken from their album "Is This Anything?". With all this talk in the music industry about bands needing to up their game, Transistors have created a useful 'how to' guide for playing a music industry showcase. Watch and learn.
A statement from the band reads "we are a professional band. This is us being professional at a professionally organised show attended by industry professionals."

Watch the video here

Taken from the album "Is This anything?"

Footage shot by Suren Unka. Video produced and edited by Ricky P. Sewell at Dirt Brown Productions.

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