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State Of Mind Announce ‘Nil By Ear’ National Tour


State Of Mind Announce ‘Nil By Ear’ National Tour

After a sell out tour of Europe, Kiwi Drum & Bass pioneers State of Mind finally return home and have announced an eight-date tour of NZ in support of the release of their new album Nil By Ear. Throughout the month of July the SOM lads are heading out across the country, joined by Dutch album collaborator DJ Nymfo (aka Bardo Camp) and rising mc star MC Woody (aka Andrew Woodcock).

Nil by Ear is State of Mind's third studio album. After being released in April 2011, the album went on to debut in the NZ Top 20 album chart and spawned a string of hit singles including collaborations with PNC, Thomas Oliver, Sacha Vee, and P.Digsss from Shapeshifter. Be sure to catch State Of Mind when they hit a town near you.

Tickets from or local outlets. Friday 15th July - Flow Bar, Hamilton Saturday 16th July - Zen, Auckland with Loadstar Friday 22nd July - Illuminati, Tauranga Saturday 23rd July - Sandwiches, Wellington Thursday 28th July - Subculture, Queenstown Friday 29th July - Urban Factory, Dunedin Saturday 30th July - The Venue – Musicbar, Christchurch Friday 6th August - Salut, Whangarei

Check http://www.facebook/stateofmindnz for info For Further Promotional Opportunities


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