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The Nomad announces farewell tour of NZ

August 25, 2008

The Nomad announces farewell tour of NZ



He's spent over fifteen years as one of the most in-demand and popular producers in New Zealand's flourishing electronica scene, releasing six acclaimed albums, touring the globe and honing one of the most unmissable live performance acts in the country.

And now it's time to move on.

The Nomad says haere ra to Aotearoa with the Walkabout tour in September / October 2008, a final and fond farewell to New Zealand audiences before relocating to Australia.

The homegrown electronica legend recently celebrated his long service at the forefront of fresh music with the release of Selected Works, a collection of his favourite originals, new tracks and remixes.

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 five studio albums and an EP, with his seventh studio album in the pipeline.

He is equally as accomplished behind the decks as a DJ and live performer as he is a producer, crafting a sonic live experience that spans drum'n'bass, electro, dub and breaks to create one of the most eclectic and electrifying dance shows in New Zealand.

Don't miss this last chance to see The Nomad Live in full effect.

The Nomad: Walkabout Tour 2008 schedule
Palmerston North: September 19, Bar Mode
New Plymouth: September 20, Basement Bar
Dunedin: September 26, Modaks
Queenstown: September 27, Revolver
Wellington: October 3, Sandwiches
Nelson: October 4, Phat Club
Christchurch: October 10, Double Happy
Westport: October 11, Denniston Dog
Rotorua: October 18, Barbaralla


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