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Tegan- EP (2006)

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    Tegan, from Auckland, New Zealand are a pop-rock alternative four piece that is creating a hot new sound with distinctive vocal-and-guitar led music.

    Paul Robertson, the founding member of Tegan, was already well known on the Auckland rock scene after playing with The Rock'n'Roll Machine, The D4, The Rainy Days and Slavetrader. After years of selling his soul for rock'n'roll, he decided to step out from the shadow of his drum kit and deliver the songs he'd been formulating behind closed doors. He wanted to adapt the grunge music he loved in high school to appeal to a disciminating Auckland scene always eager for fresh blood. Realising that he couldn't do it alone, he approached Chris Dunn at a weekly 80s disco night with the great idea of starting a band and making a million bucks. In May, 2005, they recuited JP Watson (drums) and Mike Raven (guitar) and have been playing shows around Auckland since then

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released April 1, 2006



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