Blister Transistor bust out

Ben Cameron | Bendigo Weekly | 19-Apr-2012 12.50pm

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The Blister Transistor are no strangers to the The Newy stage.
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The Blister Transistor are glad to be out into the light after recording a four track demo in a local primary school.

“We’ve had a few months behind closed doors,” Mark Chatterton says. 

Sadly, the band have parted ways with bass player, Mark’s brother Leroy, who like a lot of local musicians, is busy with too many other musical projects.

“Instead of searching for a new member we re-arranged things,“ Mark says.

“Nige, who was playing a third guitar has moved over to bass and we are adjusting to life as a four piece. 

“We have written plenty of new material which we will be road testing this weekend.”

The Blister Transistor are supporting Groovin The Moo additions Grand Perceptor and two-piece riff rockers King of The North, who in turn, are supporting Cold Chisel later this week.  

“We have played with KOTN in the past and are genuinely pumped they enjoyed our set enough to return for more,” Mark says. 

Young rockers Lowpoint will open the show.



The Blister Transistor play the Newmarket Hotel on Saturday, April 21, with Lowpoint, Grand Perceptor and King of the North.


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