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Shapeshifter // Riddim Wise

Shapeshifter // Riddim Wise

Shapeshifter finally return to New Zealand for their first full nationwide tour in over a year. The group have specially formulated a brand new set of original dancefloor madness to celebrate the occasion, and welcome new vocalist P Digsss.

The group have been busy this year, recording the new album in Melbourne, touring Australia and returning to NZ earlier in the year to perform at the True Clolours shows.

For those who need an introduction, the group create live what has previously been restricted to dj's and those with pre-sequenced and pre-recorded performances. There is nothing pre-recorded about Shapeshifter live. They create tight, progressive drum'n'bass from a fully live platform featuring drums, saxophones, keyboards, guitar, samplers, percussion and vocals. The result is an electrifying and soulful experience which has stunned audiences throughout Australasia.

Shapeshifter are touring in support of the new video and 12" single 'Been Missin' feat. P Digsss, from the new album due for release early in 2004.

Shapeshifter Feat. P.Digsss

Wellington // Sub Nine // Saturday 1st Nov w/ Pacific Heights, DJ Sean, Kaps, Kava, Ddog and MC Rizla

$25 Presales available from Real Groovy and Chelsea.

Booking fee may apply to presales. Limited doorsales available.

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