25 Oct 2020
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This November, Bright Yellow Beetle Records is proud to present Freaky Meat (AK) on their first national tour to support the release of their debut album ‘Delicatessen’. April Fish (WGTN) will be supporting Freaky Meat on all dates.

FREAKY MEAT are a dynamic and innovative act who have successfully combined elements of Jazz, Funk and Rock with beat-speak styles inspired by Jack Kerouac, C. R. Avery, Gill Scot Heron, and Captain Beefheart.

Premiere Auckland beat-poet Shane Hollands is joined by accomplished musicians John McNab (guitar), James Percy (drums), and Rod Redgrave (bass), who create atmospheric soundscapes which are complemented by Hollands’ mesmerizing narratives of life, travels, experiences and people.

Freaky Meat are seasoned performers in Auckland's live scene, recently joining forces with the likes of Andrew Fagan and The People, Black Sand Diva and The Neo-Kalashnikovs.

In 2010 they released their single 'Monkey Shines' and the follow-up EP: 'Late Night Kebab'.

2011 has seen the release of the single 'Lament of Paris' and their recently released debut album ‘Delicatessen’ which is available now from http://www.amplifier.co.nz/

Freaky Meat Newsletter Interview
Freaky Meat Album Review
Freaky Meat Gig Photos

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