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Salad Boys And Christian Rock Announce National Tour

Salad Boys And Christian Rock Announce National Tour

Friday 5th July, 2013 9:40AM

Salad Boys and Christian Rock have announced they will be touring the country together in August, in association with Christchurch independent record label Melted Ice Cream. They are also releasing a split cassette EP including 11 minutes of new music from both bands, which will be available for purchase at the shows. Here are the dates:

Salad Boys and Christian Rock August Tour

Friday, 16 August, Darkroom, Christchurch (w/ Kel'Farrar)
Saturday, 17 August, Queen's, Dunedin
Thursday, 22 August, Whammy, Auckland
Friday, 23 August, Static, Hamilton
Saturday, 24 August, Mighty Mighty, Wellington

In other Melted Ice Cream news, the label have been busy of late with a load of new cassette releases, some of older recordings from the likes of T54 and The Dance Asthmatics along with more recent releases such as X-Ray Charle's new EP Selph Titled  - head to their bandcamp to check them all out.

PRESS RELEASE

Salad Boys and Christian Rock will be touring together this August in association with Christchurch's independent record label Melted Ice Cream. They will be celebrating the release of a split cassette EP featuring 11 minutes of unheard music from each of the two bands. These will be available at each show (plus other selections from the Melted Ice Cream catalogue) for $6.00 each, bring your wallets damn-it!

Joining the two groups for the Christchurch show will be Kel'Farrar (aka Warren Prentice from Radiant Records) performing a specfabulous 1950's style sleight of hand magic show with blues/horror guitar accompaniment from Connie Benson.

The dates are:

August 16 - Darkroom, Christchurch
August 17 - Queen's, Dunedin
August 22 - Whammy, Auckland
August 23 - Static, Hamilton
August 24 - Mighty Mighty, Wellington

Free entry and cassette to those who bring their dog to the show!*

*Hound must be present for the entirety of concert.





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