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Germany’s DŸSE Announce NZ Tour

Media Release: Thursday 15th January, 2015

Germany’s DŸSE Announce NZ Tour

“Refreshingly inventive, cheerily old-school in the realm of art-rock and blistering when the mood takes them this is a band for those who enjoy their music heavy, brainy and willfully abstruse.”
- Sonic Abuse

German experimental noise-rock band DŸSE are heading to Kiwi shores for shows across the country this January and February.

Founded in May 2003 by Andrej Dietrich (guitars & vocals) and Jarii van Gohl (drums & vocals), DŸSE have gone on to play over 600 shows worldwide including slots at coveted festivals such as SXSW 2014, HELLFEST, DESERT FEST and ROADBURN.

Touring New Zealand for the first time, the tour celebrates the 2014 release of new album DAS NATION. Check out the video for single ‘Spinne’ here.

DŸSE will be joined on the ground by some local favourites including fellow experimental-rock outfit Kerretta in Auckland and Raglan, Spook The Horses andGatherer in Wellington and a huge line-up of talent at Te Arai’s Off The Radar Festival. Mothra will also join the line-up in Auckland, while Pussywhippers will play Palmerston North and Whanganui.

Having built a reputation for their energetic live shows and innovative sound, which they have aptly dubbed “Drum’n Guitar Razz”, don’t miss your chance to see them live at the following venues.

Tickets are available now from undertheradar.co.nz for just $10.

Fri 30th January – Yot Club – Raglan
Double headline show with Kerretta + support

Sat 31st January – Whammy – Auckland
Double headline show with Kerretta + Mothra

Sat 7th February OFF THE RADAR Festival - Te Arai (near Mangawhai)
Tickets: www.otr-festival.co.nz/tickets

Tues 10th February The Cabana – Napier
With special guests

Thurs 12th February – The Great Job - Palmerston North
With special guests Pussywhippers

Fri 13th February - San Fran – Wellington
Spook The Horses Release Show with special guests Gatherer
Tickets: available at the door

Sat 14th February - Space Monster – Whanganui
With special guests Pussywhippers

Tour promoted by OFF THE RADAR festival


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