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Melbourne and Sydney shows announced

We will be playing shows in Melbourne on the 13th November and Sydney on the 14th November. Ticket links below:

Melbourne

Early bird ticket link for Melbourne is here:

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https://www.facebook.com/events/837416833007829/

Sydney

Early bird ticket link for Sydney is here:
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https://www.facebook.com/events/1661990394024441/

Salmonella Dub return for their first live Australian shows since Peates Ridge in 2012. The band will be joined by Laughton Kora and guests to perform at Melbourne’s Prince of Whales in St Kilda on November 13th and Sydney’s Metro on November 14​.

Both cities and venues are iconic in the band’s development. Salmonella Dub’s first shows in Australia were spread over a two week tour of Melbourne’s club and pub venues in 1998. This culminated in a live performance on the ABC network’s Recovery show at 7.30am on a Saturday morning after loading out from a late night club gig at Chapel st Revolver venue.

Salmonella Dub Live on the Recovery show​(18th of July 1998)
https://www.mediafire.com/?xrryofmxyjjoiz8

Salmonella Dub first played Sydney in the same year supporting the Cruel Sea over 3 sold out nights at the Metro. The band went on to headline the venue multiple times and even recorded the video for their seminal hit Slide there in 2004.

Slide​(filmed at Coogee beach and the Metro Sydney)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03kj4fbKHr

Same Home Town – New Single Out Now!

Celebrating 20 + years of Salmonella Dub It is over 20 years since we played our first shows around the South Island of Aotearoa. Fitting that we now celebrate this milestone with the release of our new single ‘Same Home Town‘ from the bands 8th studio album due out next year. Same Home Town’  is released on 12″ vinyl from the outlets listed HERE and digital download, and includes remixes from good friends Dub FxOrganikismness plus Tui Soundsystem’s remix of ‘Thats What I Want’  . Buy the download HERE now. Same Home Town is dedicated to the Dux De Lux, in Christchurch – the first of many Otautahi venues to host the band in our infancy back in 1993.