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Shapeshifter Support Acts for Riddim Wise LP Tour

Shapeshifter Announce Support Acts For Riddim Wise LP Tour

After an intense summer of shows and festivals throughout Australasia, Aotearoa's premier live drum'n'bass act return home for a nationwide tour in support of the release of their new album RIDDIM WISE LP.

For those who need an introduction, Shapeshifter have built a formidable reputation for devistating dancefloors everywhere with their energetic and soulful performances, creating what has previously been restricted to presequenced performance and DJ culture. There is nothing prerecorded about Shapeshifter. They create tight, progressive dance music from a fully live platform featuring drums, saxophones, keyboards, samplers, guitars, and percussion, with the magic and soul of vocalist P Digsss completing the live experience.

Do not miss this unique and electrifying live experience!

New Zealand Tour 2004

THR.18.03 / CATALYST / Hamilton (DJ Set) with Tyna and the Lyricist Lounge / Q_Bik & HSD - $10 Doorsales only

FRI.19.03 / GALATOS / Auckland with Baitercell & Schumacher / Manuel Bundy / Nick D & Shapeshifter DJ’s Upstairs with Automatic / Jazzasize / Dexta / Reno & Dredford $25 Presales from Real Groovy & Beat Merchants

SAT.20.03 / SUBNINE / Wellington with The Upbeats / DJ Fitchie / Raw / Kava & DDog with MC Kyla $25 Presales from Real Groovy & Chelsea Records

FRI.26.03 / PHATCLUB / Nelson with DJ Alion & MC kyla / Dexta / Sambora & Dredford $15 Presales from Everyman Records & Phat Club

SAT.27.03 / CIVIC / Christchurch with Pacific Heights / Sunshine Soundsystem / Kaps & Partido $25 Presales from Cosmic Corner & Galaxy Records

THR.01.04 / SUBCULTURE / Queenstown with Djade / Reno / Dredford & Dexta $20 presales from Subculture and Play it again Records

FRI.02.04 / REFUEL / Dunedin with OG / Woosh & kali / Kapz / Sambora / Dredford & MC Mana $12 Presale with OneCard / $15 Presales students / $20 Presales Public avalble from OUSA

Album Out Now! Available from all good record stores

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