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Black Pantha Vs Emu Cd Release Tour

Black Pantha Vs Emu Cd Release Tour

These two cutting edge beat producers are launching their EP CD's in a 15 date nationwide tour commencing 7 August.

They are travelling the country playing clubs and bars, getting support from local acts. The music styles being produced are Dub, Breakbeat, Drum&Bass.

Affiliated with DATA:BASS network, the tour is getting a lot of interest and student radio is playing some tunes . Door charge will be $5 at most gigs, after 10pm.

please include the following gig listing into your entertainment guides . . .

tour remaining itinerary

NEW PLYMOUTH fri 17 sep The Mill Underground

HAMILTON sat 18 sep Catalyst with Q_BiK, mr mukura

NAPIER fri 24 sep O¹Flaherty¹s

GISBORNE sat 25 sep BRIX

ROTORUA fri 1 oct Barbarella


AUCKLAND fri 15 oct Plush (galatos basement)

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