Johnny Marr

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Date Venue Status
Jul 16, 2015 Powerstation, Auckland - 18+
Jul 18, 2015 Metropolis Fremantle, Perth - 18+
Jul 20, 2015 Enmore Theatre, Sydney - All Ages
Jul 21, 2015 The Gov, Adelaide - 18+
Jul 22, 2015 Forum Theatre, Melbourne - 18+

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Flyying Colours (Aus shows only)

Flyying Colours (Aus shows only)

The swirling guitars, juxtaposed male and female vocals and unrelenting pulse of recent single ‘Not Today’ (watch video) burrows its way into your skull and wraps around your brain for a captivating piece of psychedelic nirvana. Subsequent single ‘Like You Said’ (watch video) premiered on Tonedeaf, was on Rage and was featured on a heap of both Australian and international blogs including NME, The AU Review and Mess+Noise. Live and onstage the high-praise for Flyying Colours has been just as impressive.

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Dictaphone Blues

Dictaphone Blues

AUCKLAND SHOW ONLY
Auckland band Dictaphone Blues have been to confirmed to open for Johnny Marr at his only New Zealand show this July. 

Dictaphone Blues latest offering  is Mufti Day. The album (without question the bands finest) includes #1 alt radio airplay single Her Heart Breaks Like A Wave, bNet hit 365 and most recently Lances Tape.

Dictaphone Blues have recently played throughout NZ on the Lances Tape single release tour and are now gearing themselves to warm up the crowd with their indie pop guitar gems ahead of musical hero Johnny Marr.

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AUCKLAND
8.00pm | Doors Open
8.30pm | Dictaphone Blues
9.40pm | Johnny Marr


PERTH
7.00pm | Doors Open
7.30pm | Flyying Colours
8.40pm | Johnny Marr


SYDNEY
7.00pm | Doors Open
7.50pm | Flyying Colours
9.00pm | Johnny Marr


ADELAIDE
7.30pm | Doors Open
8.00pm | Flyying Colours
9.10pm | Johnny Marr


MELBOURNE
8.00pm | Doors Open
8.30pm | Flyying Colours
9.40pm | Johnny Marr


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