The Hasselhoff Experiment Profile

Nich Cunningham
4 Apr 2014

Garage punk had been simmering away just below the surface in New Zealand for much of the 1990s. Around the country, bands like the Hi-Tone Destroyers in Christchurch and Nothing At All! in Auckland were steadily gaining momentum.

But it was Wellington’s The Hasselhoff Experiment who really kicked out the jams, catching the crest of garage’s latest wave when, after a mere six months together, they fired their opening salvo with the self-release of their 1998 eponymous debut.

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2000 tour poster
What's The Deal With The Man In Red
Drag Racer
Brendan Moran, 1999
Photo credit: Andrew Tolley collection
The first album, released in 1998
Andrew Tolley and Brendan Moran, Dux de Lux, Christchurch circa 2000
Photo credit: Andrew Tolley collection
Brendan Moran at the Hole In The Wall, Wellington 1999
Photo credit: Andrew Tolley collection
Brendan Moran
Photo credit: Andrew Tolley collection
Andrew Tolley
Photo credit: Andrew Tolley collection
NZ Musician, October/November 1998
Andrew Tolley and Brendan Moran, Dux de Lux, Christchurch circa 2000
Photo credit: Andrew Tolley collection
The Hasselhoff Experiment, Hole In The Wall, 1999
Photo credit: Andrew Tolley collection
The Hasselhoff Experiment in a promo shot for 1999's Always Outnumbered Always Outgunned album
Setlist - Hole In The Wall, Wellington 1999
Photo credit: Andrew Tolley collection
A Hasselhoff Experiment poster from 2000
Brendan Moran and Andrew Tolley
Photo credit: Andrew Tolley collection
Dux de Lux, Christchurch
Photo credit: Andrew Tolley collection
Andrew Tolley at The Hole In The Wall, Wellington 1999
Photo credit: Andrew Tolley collection
Andrew Tolley at Mighty Mighty, Wellington, November 2008
Photo credit: Photo by Petra Jane
At Dux de Lux, Christchurch circa 2000
Photo credit: Andrew Tolley collection
Andrew Tolley and Brendan Moran at Wellington's Mighty Mighty in November 2008
Photo credit: Photo by Petra Jane
The Hasselhoff Experiment logo designed by Ed Gains
Photo credit: Design by Ed Gains
Andrew Tolley, 1999
Photo credit: Andrew Tolley collection
Andrew Tolley, Mighty Mighty, Wellington, November 2008
Photo credit: Photo by Petra Jane
Andrew Tolley and Brendan Moran at Mighty Mighty, Wellington, 6 November 2008
Photo credit: Photo by Petra Jane
The Hasselhoff Experiment, Hole In The Wall, Wellington 1999
Photo credit: Andrew Tolley collection
Members:

Andrew Tolley - guitar, vocals

Brendan Moran - drums

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