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Alabaster Theatre

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Alabaster Theatre is a New Zealand based art/alt rock band. A four-piece line up, the band has obtained much accliam in New Zealand with thier ecletic, original sound, intense performances, and complex recordings. The Salient called them "original...intense.....classically influinced.

The band has ben going in various forms since 2001, but has receltly made leaps and bounds in artistic direction with the new line up active since 2005. A new EP has been recorded in Auckland and will soon be released to radio. The band already receives radio play on the popular RadioActive, and some of the countries B-Nets.

Band Members:
Brad Gallen (drums, percussion)
Bernie Grueshaw (keyboards)
Duncan Nairn (bass, backing vocals)
Lester Litchfield (vocals, guitar)

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  • Reign of the Oak

    An ambient instrumental, the first track from thier latest EP, Reign of the Oak is a wandering mix of longing melodies and powerful themes.
    Download Now [Size: 5.26MB | 5:45 | 128kbps]

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