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Lou Barlow (Sebadoh, Dinosaur Jr.) Auckland Show Announced

Lou Barlow (Sebadoh, Dinosaur Jr.) Auckland Show Announced

Chris Cudby / Photo credit: Adelle Barlow / Tuesday 27th February, 2024 12:01PM

Making their thunderous return to Aotearoa playing a headline event at Auckland Town Hall this Saturday, Lou Barlow co-founder of US noise-rock kings Dinosaur Jr. is making the most of a rare night off beforehand, treating us to a solo show at Whammy Backroom on Friday. Releasing solo home recorded missives as Sentridoh from 1990 onwards, Barlow is of course co-helmsman of Sebadoh, leading light of the '90s DIY / lo-fi indie-rock movement with many classics under their own belts including '94's Bakesale and '96's Harmacy. Also a Billboard chart-topping artist as one half of The Folk Implosion, whose Max TV hit 'Natural One' was prominently featured in Larry Clark's controversial 1995 film Kids, do not snooze in nabbing a ticket (if you haven't already) to catch Barlow at Tāmaki Makaurau's strictly limited capacity Whammy Backroom. Take action immediately to avert punishing levels of FOMO...

Lou Barlow (USA)
Friday 1st March - Whammy Backroom, Auckland

Tickets available HERE via UTR

Hit play on Lou Barlow's 'In My Arms' from his 2021 solo album Reason To Live...

Here's Sebadoh's anthem 'Skull' from 1994's Bakesale...

Watch the official video for The Folk Implosion's massive 1995 hit 'Natural One', featured on the Kids soundtrack...

Press release:

It's a rare night off for Lou Barlow from touring with Dinosaur Jr, so Plus1 and Whammy are delighted to present Lou's intimate solo concert at Whammy Backroom.

Away from Dinosaur Jr, Lou's much-heralded solo career began in the early 90s under the moniker of Sentridoh, before releasing material under his own name.

He is also the frontman of Sebadoh (who last toured New Zealand in early 2020) and a member of Folk Implosion.

Show starts 9.30pm sharp.


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