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Divide & Dissolve with Somme & Slumbug

Divide & Dissolve with Somme & Slumbug

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  • Thu 1 Nov ’18, 8:00pm – 11:55pm


The Vault, Cross Street, Auckland CBD


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Door Sales: $15.00
  • Presales: $10.00

Politically charged Australian doom/drone duo Divide and Dissolve are returning to Aotearoa for a five date North Island tour this October and November, following their jaw-dropping support shows for Unknown Mortal Orchestra in early September.

The band's art practise includes decolonising, decentralising, disestablishing, and destroying white supremacy, and they have been making some serious waves in Melbourne's underground since dropping their scorching debut Basic in 2017, casting low end-laden, tense soundscapes into the ears of apocalypse-ready listeners.

Earlier this year the duo returned with their follow-up offering Abomination, an eight track sonic journey which expands on the band's foreboding atmospherics.

With support from: Somme & Slumbug

This is an all ages event.

To ensure that this event is a safe, fun and inclusive environment for everyone to attend (and that no one gets fined) there are some rules that need to be adhered to:
- Keep off the street.
- All ID’s must be checked. Anyone under 18 must get crosses on the back of their hands. Anyone underage caught drinking alcohol will be removed from the premises immediately
(no warning required).
- Smokers may smoke in the courtyard (through the small metal door underneath the stairwell in the practice room) and nowhere else in or around The Vault (smoking on Cross St close to the door will not be allowed).
- Anyone behaving inappropriately will be removed (this includes physical or verbal harassment, racism, sexism, ableism, transphobia, disrespect to property etc).

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