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Dolph, Corduroy, And The Kennel

When
Sat May 4th, 2019
Where

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Doors open
8:00pm
Gig starts
9:00pm
Entry
R18
Cover charge*
$15
*Guide only - booking fees may apply
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Dolphin Friendly, now commonly known as Dolph are built on the mutual motivation to promote movements centralised around environmentalism, and anti-conventionalism. The four-piece group have found themselves creating a mixture of sounds, platformed on a no-bullshit, anti-pop, hard-pysch, and rock etiquette. One would describe Dolph to be influenced from the likes of rock gods Nirvana and The Doors from their rock n’ roll stage performance and comparable ability to engage a crowd with often debaucherous mannerisms and \\loose\\ behaviour.

Corduroy.
The Wellington based band Corduroy are renowned for their vibrant electrifying live show, composed of melodic guitar licks, atmospheric synths, intricate percussion and powerful, passionate vocals. The 5-piece neo-soul, indie-rock group is excited to be traveling to CHCH for their debut performance as part of their first NZ tour. With a rich and unique sound, Corduroy. will be sure to get you to your feet and greet you with an experience you don't want to miss.

Support - The Kennel
Three-piece Surf Rock band ‘The Kennel’ are locals to the Christchurch area and back again to infuse you with a blend of smooth, melodic ambient tunes.
Built on the foundations of Punk, Psych, Rock and Reggae, these lads are ready to provide some beautiful beats to your ears.

Set times to be posted soon

Tags
acoustic/solo, alternative, blues, country/folk, electronic, reggae/dub, rock, soul/funk, Dolphin Friendly, Coruduroy, The Kennel

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