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Rhian Sheehan Live In Christchurch This Saturday

Wed, 19 May 2004

Rhian Sheehan Live In Christchurch This Saturday

Rhian and LOOP are coming to Chch this weekend!
'Tiny Blue Biosphere' Chch Launch Party
'Tiny Blue Bioshpere' is the long awaited second album from Rhian Sheehan.
Rdu And Loop Present

Rhian Sheehan Christchurch launch party This Saturday May 22 at ZINC.

Rhian has gathered together a collection of talented individuals on stage including vocalist Jess Chambers, Module, Kirsten Johnstone on flute and visuals by SECTIONG FX.

Also playing live is: Module,Confucius and The Loop Sound-System

Tickets $10 On The Door .

'Tiny Blue Biosphere' - The Album

'Tiny Blue Biosphere' is the sequel to 'Paradigm Shift' and the continuation of Rhian Sheehan's intimate musical vision: a vision that melds live musical compositions with soulful electronic soundscapes.

Rhian Sheehan's first album 'Paradigm Shift' was named NZ album of the year by critic Colin Morris & is regarded as a landmark in NZ electronica. Since his debut Rhian has become internationally recognised, appearing on 7 international compilations including Café del Mar volumes 10 & 11...

On 'Tiny Blue Biosphere' Rhian introduces the outstanding vocals of Jess Chambers, & collaborates with well known names such as Gramsci, Anika Moa, Bevan Smith, Hummel, flute player Kirsten Johnstone, & he incorporates his own scores played by a 16 piece string orchestra.

"Tiny Blue Biosphere is an album many will treasure. Repeated playing will reveal an exceptional album from an exceptional artist." - Colin Morris (The Dominion Post)

'Tiny Blue Bioshpere' is in stores nationwide NOW!

ENDS

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