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Moving forward with Turnstyle

Monday 22nd June / presented by Caitlin Nienaber

Two decades ago four fuzz-lovin dudes got together to bash out pop tunes on casios and they called themselves Turnstyle.

The intervening years saw chart-making hits, tours, sweet supports, albums and reunions.

They Sprayed Water on Stereos and became World Famous in Perth.

After a frenzy for tickets to see them support Jebediah, the band decided to put on their own show.

They’re playing their first show in two years at Mojos on Thursday 25th June.

Adem K and Todd Griffiths AKA GMC joined Caitlin on Breakfast.

Play Adam Tom Turnstyle

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