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When Four Worlds Collide

When Four Worlds Collide

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  • Sat 28 May ’16, 7:00pm – 1:00am


Kings Arms, 59 France St, Newton



Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $10.00

Please join us for an awesome night full of live music as the New Zealand Music Month comes to an end. Four talented bands will be taking the stage and will sure be delivering a bunch of face melting tunes.

His Masters Voice - Musically, the band identifies with a new wave of progressive rock/blues such as Graveyard, Blues Pills, Orchid and Heart Attack Alley. His Masters Voice are inspired by legends like “Buddy Guy, BB King and Black Sabbath”. Their sound evokes the Classic-Rock greats such as Deep Purple, the Doors and Led Zeppelin, mashed together with a sprinkling of Motown and icons such as the Beatles. His Masters Voice are a distillation of all things good about rock.

Heterodox - Heterodox are a gritty blend of heavy tones. Specializing in Heavy Doom-Groovin' tunes. 3-piece band from Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. In June 2014 they released their debut 5-track album 'Elixir of Lethe' weighing in at 46 minutes. It is available on Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play & Bandcamp.

Primacy - 5 piece heavy rock band from Auckland formed in mid 2014 from the ashes of other projects. With tracks ranging from melodic to crushingly heavy, Primacy is a group intent on bringing something different, with a blend of rock, metal and a twist of blues guitar for good measure and tone. An EP is in the pipeline to drop very soon, with 5 tracks illustrating and encapsulating their wide range of influences.

Motorboat - Jak Stone, AJ Davy and Tom McGill are Motorboat. A fresh band to open the show and get things rolling. We are all very interested to see what they bring to the table.

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