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Weekly Round Up: Friday 18th November

Weekly Round Up: Friday 18th November

Friday 18th November, 2016 4:36PM

Not much tour news rattling around this week, but one particular announcement was completely off the chain - word hit that on Tuesday Vanilla Ice, Salt N Pepa, Color Me Badd, Tone Loc, Coolio, and Young MC are joining forces for a special tour dubbed 'I Love The 90s Tour', which is making two stops in New Zealand next June. Also announced was one date for The Devin Townsend Project to hit these shores next May on the heels of releasing their powerful new record Transcendence.

In release news, we were stoked to give the debut album from Wellington anarcho punks Unsanitary Napkin its first airing. Also coming out of the capital city was a killer three-song offering from newly formed speed metal band Stalker. And Auckland outfit Cut Off Your Hands let loose 'Hate Somebody' their first new song in five years. From further abroad, we stumbled on an excellent new tune from the Modern Lovers' Jonathan Richman.  And Pennsylvanian punks Pissed Jeans announced a new album and shared rumbling lead single 'The Bar Is Low'.

This week's Caught Live is Tribe Called Quest making an appearance on the Dave Chapelle-hosted edition of Saturday Night Live to perform 'We The People' lifted off their new record We got it from Here... Thank You 4 Your Service...



Auckland: The Moonlight, Psychick Witch and Ducklingmonster - Golden Dawn
Auckland: King Brothers - Whammy
Wellington: Miles Calder & The Rumours - San Fran
Wellington: Teeth with DJ Oboe - Meow
Christchurch: The Dance Asthmatics and The Ruling Elite - Space Academy
Christchurch: Space Dust, Brother Love and Hoon Baby - Darkroom


Auckland: Bespin, Seth Frightening and Wax Chattels - REC
Auckland: Heresiarch, Trepanation, Setentia and Exaltation - Whammy
Wellington: Jakob - San Fran
Wellington: Old Hall Gig 14 - Wellington Swords Club
Christchurch: Madeira - Space Academy
Dunedin: The Cult - Town Hall

Head over to our Gig Guide for more listings!!!


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