Sunday, April 11, 2010

Vialka Australian Tour and Sydney FREE SHOW on 14th @ Tokio Hotel


dualpLOVER are proud to announce the French proto world punk explosion that is Vialka will be playing a FREE show at the Tokio Hotel Bar (Home nightclub front bar) on the 14th April, thats right absolutely free no strings attached free, Vialka will be onstage at 10pm SHARP for an hours set of the duo's patented drums and baritone guitar
magic.

for venue details please visit
http://www.tokiohotellive.com.au/

This is there only Sydney show, Vialka will be touring nationally throughout april.

08/04 - Perth/AU-WA TBA
09/04 - Brisbane/AU-QLD @ Ric's Bar
10/04 - Lennox Head/AU-NSW @ Lennox Pub
11/04 - Lismore/AU-NSW Keen St Warehouse, East Lismore
14/04 - Sydney/AU-NSW @ Tokio Hotel
15/04 - Adelaide/AU-SA @ Crown & Anchor
16/04 - Hobart/AU-TAS @ The Brisbane Hotel
17/04 - Melbourne/AU-VIC @ The Old Bar
17/04 - Melbourne/AU-VIC @ Pony (2am)

for further infomation visit
http://vialka.com

to celebrate the tour their latest album 'Succès Planétaire International'
will be available for the unrepeated price of $6 including shipping to
anywhere in australia for the remainder of the tour.

purchasable from the following link.
http://dualplover.com/vialka.php

Hailing from deepest France, via everywhere and nowhere, Vialka are a devilishly high-spirited nomadic duo whose frontier-touring has taken them to all corners of the globe on a seemingly permanent world tour since their formation in 2002. Deriving their influences from traditional and modern underground music from around the globe Marylise Frecheville (percussion & voice ) and Eric Boros (baritone-guitar & voice) create music that skips joyfully across borders, channelling desert blues, Chinese folk songs, scatter rock and European gypsy song dynamics. A whirlwind dervish energy, that combines endless gypsy punk folk rock tales, hard hitting poly-rhythms, yelps and howls into one feverishly danceable and intoxicating brew. Like 'A Hawk And A Hacksaw' or 'The Ex' their openness to new sounds and cultures makes you feel alive.

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