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Regurgitator To Tour ‘Unit’ And ‘Tu-Plang’

by Andrew Tijs on June 29, 2012

in Live,News

Alt-rock-pop stars Regurgitator are set to play their classic albums ‘Tu-Plang’ and ‘Unit’ back-to-back on tour.

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The band is coming up to its nineteenth year and so, following the wild reception to performances of Unit over last New Year’s festival season, the band are back to perform both that smash hit and their breakthrough debut Tu-Plang as the Retrotech Tour.

If seeing two seminal ‘90s alternative albums played back-to-back isn’t special enough, they’ll also be bringing out Indonesian two-piece Senyawa. The pair use homemade bamboo instruments to perform a mix of traditional Javanese music and contempoirary experimental sounds.

These shows will certainly be unique. Tickets go on sale from next Wednesday 4 July from venues and regurgitator.oztix.com.au.

Regurgitator Retrotech Tour 2012
Wednesday 26 September – Great Northern, Byron Bay
Friday 28 September – The Hifi, Brisbane
Saturday 29 September – The Hifi, Sydney
Sunday 30 September – Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle
Thursday 4 October – Uni Of Canberra Zierholz, Canberra
Friday 5 October – Unibar, Wollongong
Saturday 6 October – The Gov, Adelaide
Sunday 7 October – The Astor, Perth
Friday 12 October – The Hifi, Melbourne
Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 October – Brisbane Hotel, Hobart

 

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