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Cubed

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Cubed are a rock band based in Palmerston North. We play original material that we have been writing over the past two years, culminating in the recording of an EP at the beginning of February this year.

Our style is hard to define as it varies from song to song, but the word we know that definitely applies is rock. Blues rock, pop rock, prog rock, punk rock, we play them all. And a bit of funk and reggae too. Our ex-lead guitarist called it an "eclectic mix". Unfortunately he had to leave in order to go to Uni.

Our achievements include being given a 15 minute slot at CTC in Wellington and a slot on the Debut Stage at Parachute 06 in Hamilton.

We now have a new lead guitarist - Ben Eichler!

Band Members:
Josh Thompson (bass, guitar, vocals)
Daniel Sherson (guitar, vocals)
Ben Eichler (guitar)
Paul McConachy (drums)

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Location

  • Palmerston North


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Tommo39

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Upcoming Gig
Posted: Sun Mar 12, 2006 5:50 pm
Cornerstone Christian School Gala, Saturday 18th March, Palmerston North. Come and see the first gig by the new line up!
 

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