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The Nomad announces NZ national tour

June 23, 2008

The Nomad announces NZ national tour

New Zealand electronic musician The Nomad today announced a tour of New Zealand to promote his new album Selected Works, a collection of his favourite originals, new tracks and remixes.

The nine-show tour kicks off July 4 with a performance in The Nomad's hometown of Wellington, before taking in some of Aotearoa's most spots and concluding with two gigs in Auckland.

Selected Works, through AlleyKat Records and distributed by Rhythmethod, was released June 16.

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.

The Nomad has been a leading light of New Zealand electronica since 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.

The Nomad: Selected Works NZ Tour 2008
Wellington: July 4th at Sandwiches
Gisborne: July 12th at Soho Bar
Wanaka: July 18th at Red rock
Queenstown: July 19th at Revolver
Nelson: July 24th at Phat club
Westport: July 25th at Denniston Dog
Christchurch: July 26th at Double Happy
Waiheke Island: August 15th at Sandbar
Auckland: August 16th at Rakinos


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