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Powertool Records Showcase

Sat Jul 21st, 2018

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Powertool Records Showcase Tour

Powertool Records is a New Zealand based independent record label that releases Indie / Alternative / Pop / Rock music.

This year Powertool have embarked on a venture to showcase artists currently on their roster around the countryside. Over the coming months Powertool will be doing showcases in the regions. It's a great chance to catch up, check out some new (or old) acts from the label. They will also be touring with the full catalogue, so a good chance to fill the gaps in your Powertool Records collection.

Acts on this leg include.......
The Fuzzies.
New band with some familiar faces. The Fuzzies play fuzzed out Indie rock.
Band members include .... Kelly Michael ex Enshrine, Audascious Inevitible
Niki Maera - ex Mary, Secretboyfriend
Daniel Manetto - ex Voom, Drop Dead Redhead
Andrew Maitai - ex Bilders, Joel Out

Eight Living Legs
Living legends from the Auckland eighties post punk scene.
They are back together with new songs that are as intense as they are edgey.

Julian Hansen is Poppycock.
Julian was the drummer / songwriter from the classic Auckland band The Spelling Mistakes. Here he is playing new material that is just as catchy as the classic NZ hits the Spelling Mistakes are well known for.

The Teapot Goblins
Experimental noisescapes brought to you from the frontman to Eight Living Legs.

Eight Living Legs, The Fuzzies, Poppycock, The Teapot Goblins

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