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Jay Clarkson And The Containers, With Living Clipboards, And Ommu

Fri Nov 3rd, 2023
The Crown Hotel,
Dunedin, Otago

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JAY CLARKSON and the CONTAINERS are performing in an intimate style as a 3 piece for the evening, with Jay Clarkson (vocals and guitar), Alan Haig (keyboard), and Tenzin Mullin (bass). They are excited to finally play live after recently putting the finishing touches on their second single “Children of the Rule/Waikouaiti” due for release on vinyl in November on Leather Jacket Records. Meanwhile their debut album “Falling Through” has finished being mixed and it is now in the process of being mastered for release.
LIVING CLIPBOARDS is a 3-piece rock group split between Dunedin/Wellington. Featuring the talents of Denise Roughan (LBGP, 3D’s, Ghost Club, MarineVille); Jim Abbott (Ghost Club) and Mark Williams (MarineVille, Cookie Brooklyn and the Crumbs) the band recently completed recording their debut album ‘All Over Tawa’ which features nine home-recorded songs about suburban creeps, the smell of rain and apes that paint.
OMMU members are Jeff Harford (drums), Craig Monk (guitar), and Tenzin Mullin (bass). They are a power trio who make exquisite, improvised, and spontaneous psych-rock.

alternative, art/noise, Jay Clarkson, Jay Clarkson & the Containers, Living Clipboards, OMMU

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