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The Black Ryder Album Launch

Written by Jesse Hayward on October 28, 2009

Having sold out Cherry Bar a few months ago, The Black Ryder are returning to Melbourne on November 19th to rock The Tote and launch their debut album Buy The Ticket, Take The Ride. Using three guitars, tight rhythms, vocal harmonies and a fuckload of guitar pedals to bring forth staggering waves of psychedelic shoegaze glory, The Black Ryder are saddled up and rearing to get back down to Melbourne town.

Joining this psychedelic locomotive are Sydney psyfolk raptors Killed 2 Birds, as well as local bands Slight Of Build and Dreaming Of Ghosts.

Be sure not to miss this cavalcade of chaos!

The Black Ryder play The Tote on November 19th
with Killed 2 Birds (Syd), Slight Of Build, Dreaming Of Ghosts.
Doors open 8pm

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