RACING! LIQUID LIVERS! BEATCOMBER! POLISH CLUB announces supports for New Zealand shows!


“As with previous dynamic duos Black Keys and White Stripes, you’re offered a soulful, howling vocalist/ guitarist (David Novak) and a hefty, no-frills drummer (John-Henry Pajak), the sound a punky retread of 60s R’n’B. Both men pledge allegiance to Stax/Motown, their soul moves refracted through a lens of their favourite garage rock bands: The Stooges and The Strokes.”
Sunday Star Times /


Friday 30th June,
Whammy! Bar – AUCKLAND
with support from

RACING is a swirling sea of groove and hypnosis. Think rock and roll anthems drenched in strange tropical dance music. They are an Auckland four piece that have managed to take rock and roll music and inject it with a chemical haze so ominous and dangerous that it leaves you feeling both pleased and punished.

Auckland based two-piece LIQUID LIVERS marries the big beat of TWO WOLVES to the scuzz groove of BLOODBAGS! Bass and drums, filling the space left to them, with as much good time evil rhythms as they can muster. Two’s company, there’s a crowd, one amp, cans and china, it can be just as loud.

Saturday 1st July,
with support from BEATCOMBER

Hailing from the Harbour City, BEATCOMBER are a self-credited lo-fi guitar garage pop band. The quirky five-friend lineup deliver super delayed sonic pop, infused with spasming psychedelia and distortion. Inspired by the likes of Thee Oh Sees, Ty Segall and King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard,

Tickets on sale for both shows now via undertheradar

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Radio Hauraki presesnt The Delta Riggs live in Auckland

The Delta Riggs - press pic 7 - The James Adams

Following a staggering 30-date Australian tour in support of their brand new album Active Galactic, Melbourne-based four piece, The Delta Riggs are headed to Auckland for a roaring good show presented by Radio Hauraki at the city’s beloved Whammy Bar on Sunday 26th February. Kicking off the show, Australian garage rockers, Royal Chant will take the stage before the sizzling main act let loose.

The album, produced by the band and Jason Hollis, hits stores in New Zealand on Friday 17th February via Inertia Music & Rhythmethod. This is the group’s third studio album and features 13 new cuts that run the gamut of musical genres from the Rolling Stones inspired “Surgery of Love”, the disco-rock of “Never Seen This Before” and the high powered N*E*R*D infused “Baddest Mother Fucker in the Beehive”.

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