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SuperVillains RMC: EP Release Tour

SuperVillains RMC: EP Release Tour

Having shared a stage with artists such as Macklemore and GZA (Wu Tang Clan), Hip Hop theatrics SuperVillains are extremely excited to announce their first ever headline New Zealand Tour.

And in celebration of their new self-titled EP due for release July 26 the first two shows of thetour are totally FREE!

Fred Bishop (aka Fred Bish), Eden Jouavel (aka Dr Black), Manu Walters (aka Dirty Quarters) and Piata Turei (aka The Sweaty Tooth Madman) transform into their alter egos for each performance taking the concept of a live show to extreme new heights.

The groups ‘cohesive blend of old-school rhythms, grinding loops, lyrical wizardry and frenetic onstage antics’ guarantees a show fans will not want to miss.

The SuperVillains RMC EP consists of 5 rhythmic swagged out banging tracks recorded over eight months in the group’s home studio in Avondale. The self-produced and self-titled EP is the follow on from their 2011 release, which saw the SuperVillains firmly entrench themselves as the next hip thing.

The SuperVillains RMC EP release tour kicks off in Christchurch July 26. Tickets $10 available at the door.

26 July
CHRISTCHURCH – FREE ENTRY!
Dux Live

27 July
METHVEN – FREE ENTRY!
Blue Pub

1 August
WANAKA
Opium

2 August
QUEENSTOWN
World Bar

3 August
DUNEDIN
Refuel Bar

9 August
WELLINGTON
San Francisco Bath House

17 August
AUCKLAND
Kings Arms

Soundcloud: www.soundcloud.com/supervillains
Bandcamp: www.supervillainsrmc.bandcamp.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/supervillainsrmc

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