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The Living End. Photo by Ros O'Gorman.

The Living End. Photo by Ros O'Gorman.

The Living End Add All-Star Supports For Retrospective Tour

by Andrew Tijs on October 5, 2012

in Live,News

It just keeps getting bigger. The Living End have added 18 big-name bands and seven big-name DJs for their retrospective tour.

The Living End. Photo by Ros O'Gorman.

The Living End. Photo by Ros O'Gorman.

We don’t need to go over the mammoth Living End retrospective tour again, but they certainly are, giving fans even more goodies.

They’ve now announced great bands, veteran and fresh, as well as getting DJ buddies to help out with the raft of shows ahead of them.

Let’s begin. Perth get Sons Of Rico, The Growl and The Novocains each night, as well as Brad and Zok from Gyroscope on the decks.

Adelaide get Area 7 for three shows, City Riots for others, and members of The Beards and Dangerous! behind the turntables.

Sydney has three shows with legends Even, then Cabins for two, then Area 7 for their self-titled album shows. Who is spinning tunes? None other than 2manyPJs, AKA Phil Jamieson from Grinspoon.

Brisbane get four different bands: Band Of Frequencies, The Medics, Kingswood and Ash Grunwald over the dates. Then we have Hamish Rosser (Wolfmother, ex-The Vines) playing the between-set soundtrack.

There’s something extra extra special for the eleven Melbourne hometown shows. Something For Kate will perform on the Modern ARTillery date, a band called Ivy And The Big Apples (wink) will play, and Area 7 and The Meanies will also hit the stage. Then there’s righteous newcomers The Smith Street Band and locals Kingswood, Dave Larkin Band and Money For Rope. And DJing? Cosmic Dolphin, better known as Johnny from Children Collide.

Insane.

There are still a handful of tickets. Go here. Buy.

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