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Blackholestars

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Blackholestars are a New Zealand Indie Rock Band from Christchurch, formed by singer, guitarist, and songwriter Richard Grist in 2019. The band consists of Richard Grist (guitars/vocals), David Deakins (Drummer Samonella Dub) and Greg Mannering (Bass)

The South Island of New Zealand has long been ripe for exploration by artists from The Chills to The Exponents, to Shapeshifter, and now the three piece Christchurch band, Blackholestars, have drawn on their particular experiences for their new 8 track recording. Their debut single I Surrender (out 20th September 2019) was recorded at Audiocentric Studios in Christchurch under the watchful eye of producer/Engineer Ian McAllister, an old school friend of the guitarist and drummer. Their sound is built on the foundations of rock, a bit raw, but with a touch of Kiwi originality.

The alt-rockers influences include The Buzzcocks, Jet, The Hoodoo Gurus, The Pixies, Oasis and REM. More singles will be individually released throughout 2019-2020.

Band Members:
Richard Grist
David Deakins
Greg Mannering

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  • Christchurch


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