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Confucius 'newsoundlandscapes' - Release Parties!!

LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa
presents.


Buy Online At thegreenroom.co.nz

CONFUCIUS NEWSOUNDLANDSCAPES
ALBUM RELEASE PARTIES NZ-WIDE !!


FRIDAY 13 NOVEMBER @ SANDWICHES, WELLINGTON
CONFUCIUS (live) with guest MC KYLA
Local support from The Upbeats
Pre-Sale Tickets - $10 from Planetjack.com - Manners Mall


THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER @ CARBON, CHRISTCHURCH
CONFUCIUS playing tracks from his new album, alongside a wicked local
line up including
Messanjah, Daneja, Mysterious D, Stickyfingaz & Partido.
$5 on the door - bargain !!!


SATURDAY 29 NOVEMBER @ SUBCULTURE, QUEENSTOWN
CONFUCIUS plus support from Sunshine Sound System & Mysterious D
$10 on the door

Confucius' latest album newsoundlandscapes showcases his broad-ranging musical vision, travelling through dub, breakbeat & drum & bass. It features a host of guests, including vocalists Ladi6 from Sheelahroc, 50Hz, Michaela C and Sarah Brown & turntablists Stickyfingaz & Daneja.

'newsoundlandscapes' in store 13 November in Wellington ; 17 November nationwide

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