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Turbostill

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Turbostill are a dirty rock 'n' roll band from the ever-prolific Palmerston North scene. Formed in late 2000, the band have been playing locally constantly since. With a sound they describe as "sometimes hard-out mayhem, sometimes an easy groove for those who like to rock".

After playing a final show in 2004 Turbostill disbanded only playing one show a year until properly reforming in 2008 for The Mai Farm Festival in Pohangina.

Since then Turbostill has released their third album 'Liquid Rock n' Roll'. Played a number of shows around New Zealand as well as performing in Melbourne in late 2009.

In 2011 Turbostill celebrated 10 years of swamp rock n' roll with the release of the '10' best of Turbostill CD and show.

Turbostill then recorded 4 new tracks which were released on 7 Inch Vinyl in 2012.

Band Members:
Kristov Raven (vocals, guitar)
Murray Shaw (vocals, bass)
Markham Wightman (drums, vocals)

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