Weekly Round-Up: Friday 7th June

Weekly Round-Up: Friday 7th June

Friday 7th June, 2013 1:10PM

The highlight of the music week has been without doubt the announcement that prog-rock legends Goblin will be performing their amazing soundtrack to classic horror flick Suspiria live in Auckland as part of the New Zealand International Film Festival in July. Other tour news of note was the addition of Dirty Three's Mick Harvey to Mono's upcoming New Zealand dates, locals Ghost Wave announced tour dates in support of their new album Ages and tickets for Camp A Low Hum 2014 are now on sale right here at UTR for the first time.

In new music news: Nine Inch Nails have released the first single from their new album Hesitation Marks out at the end of August, tUnEpyArDs' Merril Garbus has offered up a possible name for her new album - Sink O - while writing about her experiences in Haiti, 90s grungers Sebadoh have announced the release of their first album in nearly 15 years - titled Defend Yourself and Touch and Go have release a new Rodan album titled Fifteen Quiet Years which includes a selection of rarities and live recordings - it's currently streaming it via Pitchfork Advance.  Other streams of interest this week include Grayson Gilmour's new soundtrack for local film Shopping, new Hamilton duo Palaces debut EP Mesmer,  get to know new local talent with the Awesome Feeling 7 compilation, and ambient electro-pop artist W-H-I-T-E's new album is nice laid back listen.

Caught live this week, we have an intense performances from Savages who played two songs from their excellent debut album Silence Yourself on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon this week...


Friday (7th June)

AUCKLAND: Anthonie Tonnon and Watercolours, Cassette
AUCKLAND: The Wine Cellar's 9th Anniversary, Wine Cellar and Whammy Bar
AUCKLAND: Hollywoodfun Downstairs, Red Beard and god bows to math, Lucha Lounge
AUCKLAND: Ratsmagic and The Leers, Backbeat Bar
WELLINGTON: Beastwars and The All Seeing Hand, Puppies
WELLINGTON: Die! Die! Die!, Mighty Mighty
WELLINGTON: Estere, Shogun Orchestra and Data Hui, The Opera House
CHRISTCHURCH: The Craig Terris Group, Darkroom
DUNEDIN: Big Rick, Astro Children and Space Bats Attack, Queens

Saturday (8th June)

AUCKLAND: Parents, The Cavemen + More, Lucha Lounge
AUCKLAND:  Dudley Benson, Auckland Art Gallery
WELLINGTON: Beastwars and The Shocking and Stunning, Puppies
WELLINGTON: Aaron Tokona and Barnaby Weir, Sandwiches
CHRISTCHURCH: Big Rick, Salad Boys and Christian Rock, Dark Room
DUNEDIN: The Craig Terris Group, Chicks Hotel

Sunday (9th June)

WELLINGTON: French For Rabbits,  Pegasus Books

Coming up next week:

Killing Joke: Auckland doco premiere (Wed 12th), Auckland (Thur 13th) and Wellington (Fri 15th)
Municipal Waste: Wellington (Thur 13th) and Auckland (Fri 14th)


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