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Shapeshifter Announce Album Release Tour

Shapeshifter Announce Album Release Tour

Shapeshifter are performing throughout New Zealand to celebrate the release of their 2nd album, Riddim Wise LP. Their upcoming album is released independently through TRUETONE and distributed in NZ through Rhythmethod on March 1st.

This will be your last chance to see Shapeshifter perform live in New Zealand before they head back to Australia and prepare for their trip to Europe mid year.

MARCH 2004

Thu 18 Hamilton Catalyst Fri 19 Auckland Galatos Sat 20 Wellington SubNine Fri 26 Nelson Phat Club Sat 27 Christchurch The Civic

APRIL 2004

Thu 1 Queenstown Subculture Fri 2 Dunedin Refuel

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