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The Nomad: Selected Works – album out June 16

June 9, 2008

The Nomad: Selected Works – album out June 16


New Zealand electronica legend The Nomad celebrates a decade of being at the forefront of fresh music with the release of Selected Works, a collection of his favourite originals, new tracks and remixes.

Selected Works, through AlleyKat Records and distributed by Rhythmethod, is set for release June 16 2008.

The Nomad entered New Zealand's flourishing electronic music scene from the ground up, releasing his first original album Movement in 1998. He has since produced another four studio albums and an EP, with his sixth studio album in the pipeline.

Featured on Selected Works are collaborations with some of the finest MCs and musicians from both here and abroad, including Rockers Hi-Fi's Farda P, Luciano, The Mad Professor, King Kapisi, Lisa Tomlins, Antsman, Barnaby Weir and Oakley Grenell.

Selected works includes five new unreleased tracks: Stand (with MCs Luciano and King Kapisi), Breakin' Rocks, Once in a Lifetime, Sific Dub and Nothing On Me.

Remixes on the album include Agent Alvin's remix of Sunny Day, Subtropic's (UK) revision of Lifeforms and new Nomad remixes of Let's Play and Take a Sip.

The first 1000 CDs will be released in Limited Edition packaging with unique artwork, customisable cut-out and a felt CD jacket. A national tour commences July to August.

The Nomad: Selected Works
Album due June 16, 2008 through AlleyKat Records

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