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Assassins 88/TV Colours 7″ launch

By johnboy - 2 February 2011 2

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The crazy kids from Dream Damage Records have been in touch to let us know they’re launching vinyl at the Phoenix on Sunday night.

Dream Damage Records is psyched to announce the release of Assassins 88 & TV Colours Split 7? (now available to order online). Assassins have swapped the bass for guitar, with less noise and more melody. Both tracks were recorded in a shed last summer, with Mike from Teddy Trouble. A new EP will be available for download in February. TV Colours is the one man recording project from home town hero Bobby Kill. His side is some of the catchiest punks anthems out with The Kids Are All Grown Up named top song of 2010 by Polaroids of Androids. TV Colours is gearing up for the release of his debut LP out later in the year.

Over the past few months Assassins and TV Colours have been playing live as a three piece, playing each others songs and generally kicking ass. You can catch them up in Brisbane this weekend and in Sydney, Melbourne (Feb 5th show moved to march – more details soon) and Canberra over the coming months. The 7? is available to order online via the bigcartel and will be stocked in good record stores soon.

I’ve been hearing good buzz about Assassins 88, looking forward to seeing what the excitement’s about.

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chippysthedoggy 11:43 am 02 Feb 11

Ass Ass.
Simple and effective technique. Took me way too long to figure out what it actually said.

joeyjojojuniorshabadoo 11:05 am 02 Feb 11

Cool poster, looks like a Cabaret Voltaire album.

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