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Due to technical difficulties some of you may not have been receiving the LOOP Vmail service that keeps you in the LOOP on regular gigs, parties and information on the NZ night culture. We apoligise if you haven't and follows some hot info on the Pitch Black and Salmonella Dub Release tour.

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Salmonella Dub have a new collectable EP out in the next few weeks. It Features 2 new tracks and new re-mixes of Dragon and Savage. Also the first single off our next LP will be finished by mid September.

Salmonella Dub NZ gigs...

Salmonella Dub play the Welli Town hall the 22nd of Sept with King Kapisi Shapeshifter, The Nomad ,Trinity, and Downtown Brown... and there will be an after party where we all DJ at Studio 9. The Next day we play The Rudolf Steiner 25 re-union in CHCH... conan was one of their early enrollments. The next weekend we do Queenstown on Friday the 27nd and Dunedin on the 28th with Shapeshifter and the Scientific crew.

Pitchblack LP launch tour dates...

The Pitchblack tour with the Salmonella sound system feat. MC Rizla plus DJ's Automatic, Mant, Clubfoot and Shapeshifter*

1 Napier State Of It
2 Wellington Studio 9
6 Queenstown The World
7 Dunedin Arc *
8 CHCH The Civic*
9 Nelson Artery
13 Oekuni Hot Lava
14 Tauranga Beach St. *
15 Hamilton Governors *
16 Auckland Powerstation * plus Stinky Jim


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