Posted by Amanda Vitartas
02. Apr, 2012
|April 6, 2012|
Craig Dermody, brainchild of indie pop outfit Scott & Charlene’s Wedding, soon after releasing critically acclaimed, limited edition Para Vista Social Club LP, fled the land of Oz and set up camp in NYC. He’s back to reissue the LP whilst launching a split 12” with newly formed Peak Twins. This will be killer, no filler.
WHEN: Friday 6 April, 9pm
WHERE: The Tote Hotel, corner Wellington & Johnston Streets, Collingwood
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