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British drum ‘n’ bass duo hitting NZ dance floors

British drum ‘n’ bass duo Fred V & Grafix hitting NZ dance floors

British drum ‘n’ bass maestros Fred V & Grafix are bringing their unique style of weighty sub bass and euphoric melody to New Zealand shores this month.

Proudly presented by V Energy NZ and Audiology, Fred V & Grafix will play four shows on their NZ tour – the Fat Angel in Wellington on November 16; Vinyl Underground in Queenstown on November 17; Neck of the Woods in Auckland on November 18 and Winnie Bagoes in Christchurch on November 19.

With tickets to all shows in hot demand, Kiwi fans wanting to witness the dynamic duo in the flesh are urged to get in fast: https://www.theticketfairy.com

Fred V & Grafix (AKA Fred Vahrman and Josh Jackson) have been making waves across the globe since signing with the famed label, Hospital Records in 2011.

In 2013, their debut EP GOGGLES created a stir in the drum ‘n’ bass scene and paved way for their first album, 2014’s RECOGNISE, which elevated Fred V & Grafix to ‘next big thing’ status. Their 2016 sophomore album OXYGEN then sealed the deal.

Fresh from playing back-to-back festivals in the northern hemisphere summer, Fred V & Grafix are now poised to smash dance floors across New Zealand this November. Fifty percent of tickets to all four shows have already been snapped up; so don’t snooze on this one! Tickets on sale now from https://www.theticketfairy.com

Find Fred V & Grafix here:

https://soundcloud.com/fredvgrafix
https://twitter.com/fredvgrafix
http://www.fredvandgrafix.com/

Wednesday November 16th - Fat Angel / Wellington
Thursday November 17th - Vinyl Underground / Queenstown
Friday November 18th - Neck of the Woods / Auckland
Saturday November 19th - Winnie Bagoes / Christchurch


Thanks to:

V Energy
The Ticket Fairy
Audiology


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