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Rhombus - Live in Welli

Rhombus - Live in Welli

The Rhombus tour of duty hits Wellington in late November for a hometown celebration of the release of their new self-titled album.

Rhombus play The Loaded Hog on Saturday 27 November armed with their trademark sound, an atom smashing fusion of South Pacific dub n’ bass, hip-hop, soul, funk, and roots-reggae,

Part of a seven week tour of the country and Australia, Rhombus will deliver a high energy showcase of tunes from their third full-length album which was released to critical acclaim in October.

Led by Rhombus dub scientists Thomas Voyce on keys and Simon Rycroft in the engine room and dub mix, will the Rhombus feature stalwart Rhombus vocalists MC Antsman, MC Mana, Raashi Malik and Lisa Tomlins, plus introducing guitarist Mr Peter Hill.

Special guest for the Wellington show is A Hori Buzz featuring Aaron Tokona, plus DJ support on the decks and bootlegs from Koa & Choice1.

Rhombus have always had the edge when mixing dub and reggae with hip-hop, dance and funk....We deserve a real summer. This is the soundtrack for it. 4 stars. Tom Cardy, Dominion

Whether upbeat or downbeat, dub or dancehall, Rhombus are the true alchemists of style – you need this one! 5 Stars, Tim Gruar, Groove Guide

With special guest A Hori Buzz ft Aaron Tokona
Plus DJ’s Koa & Choice1
Doors 9.00PM. R18 Event
Pre-sale Tickets $25 (+bf) from: and Venue
$More on the door


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