Tourettes and the PCP Eagles will be among the acts to play a May Day benefit gig for Auckland Action Against Poverty (AAAP). They will be joined by Louie Knuxx, Gina’s Revenge and the Vietnam War.
Details of the gig are as follows:
MAY DAY AAAP BENEFIT SHOW:
Whammy Bar, Friday 1 May, doors – 8.30pm
$15 waged/$10 unwaged
Tickets are available on the door (if not sold out) and through undertheradar:
Tourettes aka Dominic Hoey – Tourettes is a poet who writes about politics, childhood and his girlfriend (mostly his girlfriend). He's released two poetry books and four studio albums and has just finished his first novel.
Louie Knuxx - Louie Knuxx is a member of art collective YGB, he's toured the world and has lots of tattoos. His second album PGT/GRR is out now.
Gina's Revenge - Gina's Revenge are four ladies and a gentleman from AK City who play Rock n Roll music. Former members of Rebelles, Wildwood Lights and Wolfie play songs to drink, dance and be a brat to.
The Vietnam War - The Vietnam War are currently working on a new album to follow up their self-titled debut, widely regarded as the best album of 2012.
PCP Eagles – PCP Eagles grew up in Punk Rock City and spend most of their time at Whammy and New Flavour. The follow up EP to 2013’s I Hate The Mall is out soon.