Skelter: From jazz school to rock

VICKI ANDERSON
Last updated 14:33 03/07/2014
RUSH JOPSON/The Press

The members of Christchurch band Skelter met at jazz school. The band's style is far from jazz though.

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Playing their riff-heavy song Suffocate, this week's band is four-piece Skelter, comprising vocalist/guitarist Eddie Kiesanowski, Zeke Mitchell on lead guitar, bassist Robert Daglish and drummer James Rance.

Under the name Near Veddar, the band were finalists in the RDU RounDUp band competition in May.

Skelter formed a year ago after meeting through the Christchurch Jazz School. The band's style is far from jazz though.

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