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RECLOOSE LIVE BAND on tour in Wellington

August 23 2005

RECLOOSE LIVE BAND on tour in Wellington

Saturday September 3 Indigo, 9.30pm Support band: The Eggs $20 pre-sales thru Real Groovy

With the dancefloor funk of his album Hiatus On The Horizon out in stores and on rotation on the b-net, and his brand new video Dust being aired on C4, Juice TV, TV1, TV2, Coast TV4 Matt Chicoine aka Recloose is now ready to unleash his live band. The band comes together from complimenting musical arenas to layout and break down this acclaimed album in a freaky fusion for funked up dance floors.

Only a producer and musician of Recloose caliber can attract to his band fellow artists who in their own right are heavy weights of music scene. Tear down the walls and set the roof aside as the Recloose Live Band hits town. Unashamedly influenced by his beautiful New Zealand surroundings, when you have a soulful streak as deep as Recloose you just have to jump in with both feet.

The Recloose live band consists of:

Riki Gooch (TrinityRoots) on Drums Deva Mahal on Vocals Mike Fabulous (The Black Seeds, Fly My Pretties) on Guitar & Bass Isaac Aesili (Opensouls, Solaa) on Trumpet & Percussion James Illingworth on keys Adan Tejerina (The Eggs) on percussion and producer Recloose on Tenor Sax & Melodica & Sampler


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