East Coast blitz

Musical madness and epic nights are the result of the chemistry between indie pop acts Mako Road and Dolph (Dolphin Friendly).

When asked by good friend and Gisborne surfer, Beachy, about the tour, his reaction was it would be a blitz of the entire East Coast, “and here we are”.

“While not denying the questionable rock ‘n’ roll nature of the bands, the guys are promising a unique joint headline show with their usual bangers, new tracks, all their crazy performance antics, as well as epic supporting acts.”

Mako Road and Dolph with support act Spaghetti Toast, the Dome, Saturday. Door sales $30.

Musical madness and epic nights are the result of the chemistry between indie pop acts Mako Road and Dolph (Dolphin Friendly).

When asked by good friend and Gisborne surfer, Beachy, about the tour, his reaction was it would be a blitz of the entire East Coast, “and here we are”.

“While not denying the questionable rock ‘n’ roll nature of the bands, the guys are promising a unique joint headline show with their usual bangers, new tracks, all their crazy performance antics, as well as epic supporting acts.”

Mako Road and Dolph with support act Spaghetti Toast, the Dome, Saturday. Door sales $30.

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