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Win Two Tickets To Fuzigish’s Album Launch

Well hello there friendlies!

If this was the weekend you were going to give fun in your life another chance, you couldn’t have picked a better one. Epic ska band Fuzigish are in Durban for the East Coast leg of their “Setlist” album launch tour this Saturday, and you could get to go for free! You could be walking into Unit 11 with one of those cheesy hipster grins we all envy, informing the cute lady at the door that you’re “on the list”. Trust me, I get to say that a lot and it never gets old.

Check the vid below to see what happened the last time they had an album launch

To win two tickets to the gig all you have to do is the following:

Log on to twitter and send out as many tweets as you want about the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the name Fuzigish (your tweet also has to have @zero31laka and @SkankToFuzigish mentioned in it).

If you don’t have a twitter account, that’s ok (well, not really.. holy cowboys of Geneva, you don’t have a twitter account?!) because you can enter on our Facebook page as well. If you don’t have a Facebook account, then I’m afraid we can’t help you. I can only suggest you log out of the strangers account you’re accidentally reading this in at whatever internet café you have just arrived at.

To win the tickets through Facebook, you just need to follow the instructions on the zero31 Facebook page under the “competitions” tab – you’ll have to like the page first but regret it you shall not.

Saturday, on the fourth day of June, come watch the band that opened for NOFX, ’nuff said.

Just to get you amped and in the mood, check out this vid made back in 2007, when Fuzigish held their album launch for “Rolling With The Punches”. It looks epic and packed but the guy who says “it’s the longest line in the world” has obviously never had to go buy a grilled chicken from the Currie Road Woolies at 5pm on a weekday. If you’re at work, you might want to keep all the F-Bombs to yourself by plugging in your headphones.

Ja, that was 2007 so yo know you better bring your A-Game this weekend.

Sending you tons of wind-instrument-chaos-love,
TwoSlice Dré