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The Devil's Blues & Coridian Northern tour

The Devil's Blues & Coridian Northern tour

Two of New Zealand’s best kept rock n roll secrets, His Master’s Voice – The Devils Blues & Cordian join forces to preach to the converted and win over the unanointed this November!

His Master’s Voice slayed audiences with their groove laden blues n’ roll whilst sharing the stage with Devilskin, I Am Giant and the Skinny Hobo’s in recent months and will continue to peddle their own brand of snake oil on stages across the country in support of their latest EP ‘Woman’, a release whose title track recently cracked The Rock 1500 countdown.

Coridian are an altogether different beast with soaring melancholic melodies and alt/prog crunch that’s secured them support slots for the likes of Fuel, POD and Devilskin in recent times.
The Raven brothers provide the backbone that Dity Maharaj uses to springboard his unique vocal into the stratosphere.
New NZ On Air funded single ‘Reflections’ is a statement of where this band is heading – an act to watch.

Tickets through https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/

With support from Epic and Neuron Percussion.

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