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Oyawa, Golden Curtain & Without Borders

Oyawa, Golden Curtain & Without Borders

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  • Sat 24 Jun ’17, 8:00pm – 12:00am


The Cabana, 11 Shakespeare Rd, Napier



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  • Door Sales: $10.00


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Auckland band Oyawa are coming through town June 24th fresh from a record release show the night before in Wellington to play The Cabana Club.

Joining Oyawa on the night are two of Napier's finest bands, Golden Curtain and Without Borders.

"The night really belongs to Golden Curtain explains Miles, We will all be celebrating the release of their new album 'Underwater Gospels' on the night. The show opens with the hypnotic energy of Without Borders.

With an EP under their belt and a new album 'I Don't Recall Ordering Ordinary' released June 23rd 2017, Auckland's Oyawa who describe their sound as... Dynamic textures, simplistic tonal spaces and mesmeric rhythms designed to intrusively penetrate.

You may remember Oyawa from recent airplay on student radio with their song 'Heads On Fire' from their last EP. Oyawa is Nikki Ngatai, Miles Gillett, Brett Garrity and Cliff Bateman.

Golden Curtain:
Described as a “nervy balance of dark indie pop and rapturous, scruffy soul”, Golden Curtain have been likened to The Chills, The Muttonbirds, Lou Reed and even Chekov, but remain true to their own sound, making unpretentious, thoughtful, well-crafted songs that reward the listener with each subsequent listen.

Without Borders:
Without Borders are a three piece original Alternative Rock Band from Napier formed in May 2015 Jason and Maurice are also members of the Progressive Metal Band 'Jakob'. Deanne played along side of NZ Marble Sculptor Martin Selman in the two piece. Punk Rock Band 'Ld3' for eight years as the Guitarist/vocalist.

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