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Tubbs - 'Good Days, Better Nights'


Tubbs - 'Good Days, Better Nights'

"Deep grooves for sunshine kids" is how Tubbs describes it. Call it what you like: Good Days, Better Nights is an album with infectious warmth that feels the funk.

From slow-mo soul to heavy weight jams 'Good days, better nights' is a remarkable debut of sublime substance. Featuring collaborations with Fat Freddy's Drop, Miss La' (50Hz), Hamish Clarke (Breaks Co-op) & the Nextmen.

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Daddy G from Massive Attack said: "F**k me,what an album! Think this is one of the top 4 albums I've been sent all year - great."

LTJ Bukem said: "Album is wicked - Missing You and T's Groove - gorgeous pieces..."

The Dominion Post Gave the album 4 stars (****), made it CD of the week and called it "essential".

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'Good days, better nights' OUT NOW NATIONWIDE

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And our next release in early April is:

The Video Kid - Prototype Debut album from Bret McKenzie of Black Seeds, Flight of the Concords & Lord of the Rings fame. Check http://www.videokid.tv for more details

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