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Palmerston North's Musician Collective the Slave Collective is releasing our latest local music compilation over two weekends.

Show Number 1

29 April @ Snails : Artist run spaces, 101 Taonui Street, Palmerston North
Doors: 8pm
Start: 8.30pm
Acts include: Bing Turkby Ensemble, Swampton Creeps, Turbostill and Deadset.
Cost: $10 @ Door includes a free CD copy of the compilation which will also be available for download from slavecollective.bandcamp.com from the 29th April and will include extra tracks from more local artists.

Show Number 2

5 May @ Creative Sounds - The Stomach at 84 Lombard Street, Palmerston North
All Ages!
Doors: 7.30pm
Start: 8pm
Acts include: Wintyr Dreaming, Fusion NZ / Punk Rock Band, Government Pest, Churlington and Force Fed Fist

The Compilation includes
Swampton Creeps
Project: Blood
Rinst
Government Pest
Daniel Ashcroft - Crackpot Theory NZ
Bing Turkby Ensemble
Turbostill
Churlington
Valerie
Deadset
Force Fed Fist
Cephalopod
Dick Tracy
Midnight Switch
Wintyr Dreaming
Fusion NZ / Punk Rock Band.
Polaroids of Polarbears
Dog Swamp
Kavort

The Compilation is funded by Palmerston North City Council, Creative Communities New Zealand and the Slave Collective

NZ Top 10 Singles

  • DESPACITO (REMIX)
    Luis Fonsi And Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber
  • GLORIOUS
    Macklemore feat. Skylar Grey
  • FEELS
    Calvin Harris feat. Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry And Big Sean
  • WILD THOUGHTS
    DJ Khaled feat. Rihanna And Bryson Tiller
  • THUNDER
    Imagine Dragons
  • UNFORGETTABLE
    French Montana feat. Swae Lee
  • STRIP THAT DOWN
    Liam Payne feat. Quavo
  • SORRY NOT SORRY
    Demi Lovato
  • MAMA
    Jonas Blue feat. William Singe
  • NEW RULES
    Dua Lipa
View the Full NZ Top 40...
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