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The Goth And The Pixie

Fri Nov 3rd, 2017

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Dust off your crucifixes and polish those mystical wishing gems, because the official launch of the Goth and Pixies first album is nigh!

This has been a long time in the making, so we are excited to bring this eclectic sonic concoction to your ear holes at long last! But what better way to experience this biz for the first time than live at the Meteor Theatre' WHAT I ASK YOU'!'!

But wait, we've roped other people into this mess too!
Glass Shards, Hamilton's own prince of the odd. Be careful of this one...
Halcyon Birds, lushness, ambience and soothing melodies. These were the ingredients chosen to create the perfect little birds!
BattleCat, full on punk rock for y'all to stamp your feet about to!

Check out all the bands pages/music and follow their stuff yo!
See you November 3rd!

Hamilton NZ band The Goth and the Pixie's sound is commonly described by their fans as 'Dark Circus', 'Post-Sound' and 'a portal to a dream-like reality'. With their 2014 origins as a folk duo, they are now a fully equipped four-piece including electric guitar and violin with pedals - and delve into chaos and theatricality, gaining them a following from a range of genres. They have performed alongside the like of Coral, Albi and the Wolves, the Mermaidens, Former Friends of Young Americans (USA), Ted Danson With Wolves (AUS), and Looking for Alaska, as well as appearing in the 2015 Down the Rabbithole Lineup.

They suggest following their facebook page ( or subscribing to Pixie's website ( for secret and spontaneous shows soon to be announced.

alternative, art/noise, punk/hardcore, rock, Glass Shards, Halcyon Birds, Battlecat

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