SPACIFIC NEWS #133

SPACIFIC NEWS #133: Contents

1. Servant Jazz Quarters :: Delaney Davidson
2. Servant Jazz Quarters :: nomad
3. Bush Hall :: Modern Maori Quartet
4. Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen :: Sola Rosa Soundsystem
5. Competition :: Modern Maori Quartet CD
6. Keep in touch with New Zealand music via Spotify
7. Upcoming Highlights

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SERVANT JAZZ QUARTERS :: DELANEY DAVIDSON :: 24/05/18

We’re stoked that our first show of the year should be by the mischevious maverick, Delaney Davidson.

Delaney forged his identity over a decade ago as a figure on the European tour circuit, having been a part of the Voodoo Rhythm Family of Switzerland since 2003. His seminal influence and work with Marlon Williams on their “Sad But True” series as well as his visionary production on Tami Neilson’s acclaimed albums “Dynamite” and “Don’t Be Afraid” have also earned him great praise from the media and huge respect amongst his peers.

Initially inspired by the songs of Hank Williams and the Birthday Party, and the performance styles of distilled Johnny Cash and dead-pan Buster Keaton, Delaney synthesizes this into his own persona. A wry sense of humour, some theatre of unease, and a voice classed as “not conventionally beautiful” all combine to breathe life and space into the niche he has carved out for himself, winning him critical acclaim across the world for his original take on things.

The guitar and harmonica of his simple live show have become his trademark, a small battered suitcase as his props table for the magic show, looping sounds over each other to achieve the full drive of a juke band. Howlin Wolf meets Suicide. Reverbed vocals and the slap back beats he builds with his Ghost Orchestra capture the sound of Chicago’s Chess Records.

Generally dealing with the darker side of things, Davidson’s lyrical content ranges from classic murder ballads to songs with a deeper insight into the human condition and a sympathy and acceptance of the quirks of life and human foibles. Combining the older style of beerhall musician and the traditions of pantomime and audience involvement his live show is renowned for its sublime dance competitions and bawdy sing-alongs.

Support on the night will be Michael J Sheehy.

Tickets are £8 + b/f from Music Glue, Ticketweb or See Tickets.

From: 7.30pm
At: 10A Bradbury Street, London N16 8JN
Nearest Tube: Dalston Kingsland or Dalston Junction
Venue website: servantjazzquarters.com/

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SERVANT JAZZ QUARTERS :: NOMAD :: 05/06/18

nomad’s signature lush vocal layers, heady harmonies and infectious indie-pop hooks have been winning over unsuspecting live audiences back home for some time now, and this May they venture overseas for the first time to perform at two festivals in Germany and this one off show in London.

Aasha Mallard, Will McGillivray and Cullen Kiesanowski formed nomad at school, initially exploring barbershop style singing, but eventually adding instruments to perform as a band where their very different musical tastes collide to shape their alt-pop sound. They made their mark on the NZ charts with the undeniably catchy singles ‘Oh My My’ and ‘Love Will Call’, leading to support slots for The Vamps and Hanson, headline tours and performances at the country’s main festivals.

Tickets are £5 + b/f from Music Glue, Ticketweb or See Tickets.

From: 7.30pm
At: 10A Bradbury Street, London N16 8JN
Nearest Tube: Dalston Kingsland or Dalston Junction
Venue website: servantjazzquarters.com/

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BUSH HALL :: MODERN MAORI QUARTET :: 29/07/18

We’re delighted that the marvellous Modern Maori Quartet will be back in London this summer, en route to another residency at Edinburgh Festival. Their show last year was an absolute delight, and so that all the family can take part, this time round they’ll be playing a matinee show, with doors at 3pm and a stage time of 4pm.

A good looking, suave contemporary Māori showband in the vein of forebears such as the Hi-Marks and Māori Volcanics, MMQ’s accomplished artists hail from different corners of Aotearoa to bring the concept of a “Māori Ratpack” into the present, weaving acting and musical abilities together to croon their spin on modern and classic numbers.

Their live shows are parties like no other, with a mix of off-beat comedy, stage routines, unique takes on showband hits as well as pop music, and displays of distinctively Māori song and dance. With hearty voices in epic harmony, they share Māori traditions, aroha and tell Kiwi stories through waiata with tongue-in-cheek Māori humour, charm and charisma.

At the core of it all, MMQ are a classy celebration of the entertainment legends of Māoridom; hearty Māori entertainment that will warm your heart and make you cry with laughter.

Tickets for adults are £18 + b/f or for under 18s are £5 + b/f from Music Glue, Ticketweb or See Tickets.

From: 3pm
At: 310 Uxbridge Road, London W12 7LJ
Nearest Tube: Shepherds Bush Market Venue
website: bushhallmusic.co.uk/

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HOXTON SQUARE BAR & KITCHEN :: SOLA ROSA SOUNDSYSTEM :: 27/09/18

We’re still waiting on an update from Sola Rosa HQ but in the meantime we can share the news that they have a new single out on May 18th – “Leave A Light On” features Kevin Mark Trail and L.A. Mitchell. If you pre-order now you get two additional tracks for free
– http://radi.al/InSpaces.

Limited early bird tickets are £8 + b/f from Music Glue, otherwise they’re £10 + b/f from See Tickets or Ticketweb

From: 8pm
At: 2-4 Hoxton Square, London N1 6NU
Nearest Tube: Old Street or Shoreditch High Street
Venue website: hoxtonsquarebar.com

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COMPETITION :: MODERN MAORI QUARTET CD

Since they were last in town, the Modern Maori Quartet have released their first album “That’s Us!”, and we have five copies to give away. To win one, email us at kiaora@spacific.net by May 20th and tell us what venue they’re playing at this July. Please include a postal address in your entry.

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KEEP IN TOUCH WITH NEW ZEALAND MUSIC

Three New Zealand focused playlists on Spotify are:
– Amplifier Buzz is the place to find the brightest emerging local artists creating a stir in the industry and can be found at https://spoti.fi/2EkmOCY
– Audience Hot is the home of bubbling Kiwi talent, whether new to the scene or already established, and can be found at https://spoti.fi/2igGFJU
– NZ on Air posts up their latest submissions to local radio at https://spoti.fi/2JdASBI

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UPCOMING HIGHLIGHTS

12/06 Louis Baker // The Islington, N1 0XT // 7-11 // £10
16/07 The Naked & Famous // Union Chapel, N1 2UN // 7-11 // £22
19/07 Fazerdaze // Lexington, N1 9JB // 7.30-11 // £9
04/09 Tami Nielson // Bush Hall, W12 7LJ // 7.30-11 // £12
21/11 Unknown Mortal Orchestra // Royal Albert Hall, SW7 2AP // 6.45-10.30 // £22.50

We track upcoming concerts by New Zealand artists in London using Songkick – if we have missed any, please email us at kiaora@spacific.net so that we can include the details in future mailouts.

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If you are getting this email for the first time, it is because you have bought tickets to a concert that we have promoted. We send out a maximum of one email a month with details of up and coming concerts by New Zealand musicians in London. To be removed from this mailing list, please click on any of the links below.

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Spacific :: PO Box 14988, London SW6 2WL, UK :: kiaora@spacific.net

SPACIFIC NEWS #132

SPACIFIC NEWS #132: Contents

1. Servant Jazz Quarters :: Delaney Davidson
2. Bush Hall :: Modern Maori Quartet
3. Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen :: Sola Rosa Soundsystem
4. Competition :: London Big Day Out Tickets
5. Keep in touch with New Zealand music via Spotify
6. Upcoming Highlights

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SERVANT JAZZ QUARTERS :: DELANEY DAVIDSON :: 24/05/18

We’re stoked that our first show of the year should be by the mischevious maverick, Delaney Davidson.

Delaney forged his identity over a decade ago as a figure on the European tour circuit, having been a part of the Voodoo Rhythm Family of Switzerland since 2003. His seminal influence and work with Marlon Williams on their “Sad But True” series as well as his visionary production on Tami Neilson’s acclaimed albums “Dynamite” and “Don’t Be Afraid” have also earned him great praise from the media and huge respect amongst his peers.

Initially inspired by the songs of Hank Williams and the Birthday Party, and the performance styles of distilled Johnny Cash and dead-pan Buster Keaton, Delaney synthesizes this into his own persona. A wry sense of humour, some theatre of unease, and a voice classed as “not conventionally beautiful” all combine to breathe life and space into the niche he has carved out for himself, winning him critical acclaim across the world for his original take on things.

The guitar and harmonica of his simple live show have become his trademark, a small battered suitcase as his props table for the magic show, looping sounds over each other to achieve the full drive of a juke band. Howlin Wolf meets Suicide. Reverbed vocals and the slap back beats he builds with his Ghost Orchestra capture the sound of Chicago’s Chess Records.

Generally dealing with the darker side of things, Davidson’s lyrical content ranges from classic murder ballads to songs with a deeper insight into the human condition and a sympathy and acceptance of the quirks of life and human foibles. Combining the older style of beerhall musician and the traditions of pantomime and audience involvement his live show is renowned for its sublime dance competitions and bawdy sing-alongs.

Support on the night will be Michael J Sheehy.

Tickets are £8 + b/f from Music Glue, Ticketweb or See Tickets.

From: 7.30pm
At: 10A Bradbury Street, London N16 8JN
Nearest Tube: Dalston Kingsland or Dalston Junction
Venue website: servantjazzquarters.com/

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BUSH HALL :: MODERN MAORI QUARTET :: 29/07/18

We’re equally delighted that the marvellous Modern Maori Quartet will be back in London this summer, en route to another residency at Edinburgh Festival. Their show last year was an absolute delight, and so that all the family can take part, this time round they’ll be playing a matinee show, with doors at 3pm and a stage time of 4pm.

A good looking, suave contemporary Māori showband in the vein of forebears such as the Hi-Marks and Māori Volcanics, MMQ’s accomplished artists hail from different corners of Aotearoa to bring the concept of a “Māori Ratpack” into the present, weaving acting and musical abilities together to croon their spin on modern and classic numbers.

Their live shows are parties like no other, with a mix of off-beat comedy, stage routines, unique takes on showband hits as well as pop music, and displays of distinctively Māori song and dance. With hearty voices in epic harmony, they share Māori traditions, aroha and tell Kiwi stories through waiata with tongue-in-cheek Māori humour, charm and charisma.

At the core of it all, MMQ are a classy celebration of the entertainment legends of Māoridom; hearty Māori entertainment that will warm your heart and make you cry with laughter.

Tickets for adults are £18 + b/f or for under 18s are £5 + b/f from Music Glue, Ticketweb or See Tickets.

From: 7.30pm
At: 310 Uxbridge Road, London W12 7LJ
Nearest Tube: Shepherds Bush Market Venue
website: bushhallmusic.co.uk/

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HOXTON SQUARE BAR & KITCHEN :: SOLA ROSA SOUNDSYSTEM :: 27/09/18

Just confirmed – more info soon

Limited early bird tickets are £8 + b/f from Music Glue, otherwise they’re £10 + b/f from See Tickets or Ticketweb

From: 8pm
At: 2-4 Hoxton Square, London N1 6NU
Nearest Tube: Old Street or Shoreditch High Street
Venue website: hoxtonsquarebar.com

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COMPETITION :: LONDON BIG DAY OUT TICKETS

Thanks to the generous folk at Stoke Travel we have a pair of tickets to give away to their London Big Day Out event. Held at Grasshoppers RFC, just next to Osterley tube station, on May 19th, there’ll be sporting fixtures, a couple of bars, live music and a hangi.

To win a pair of tickets, email us at kiaora@spacific.net by April 20th and tell us what RFC stands for.

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KEEP IN TOUCH WITH NEW ZEALAND MUSIC

Three New Zealand focused playlists on Spotify are:
– Amplifier Buzz is the place to find the brightest emerging local artists creating a stir in the industry and can be found at https://spoti.fi/2EkmOCY
– Audience Hot is the home of bubbling Kiwi talent, whether new to the scene or already established, and can be found at https://spoti.fi/2igGFJU
– NZ on Air posts up their latest submissions to local radio at https://spoti.fi/2JdASBI

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UPCOMING HIGHLIGHTS
10/04 Marlon Williams // Scala,N1 9NL // 7-11 // £14
18/04 Jordan Rakei // Ronnie Scotts, W1D 4HT // 11-2 // £15
16/07 The Naked & Famous // Union Chapel, N1 2UN // 7-11 // £22
19/07 Fazerdaze // Lexington, N1 9JB // 7.30-11 // £9
04/09 Tami Nielson // Bush Hall, W12 7LJ // 7.30-11 // £12

We track upcoming concerts by New Zealand artists in London using Songkick – if we have missed any, please email us at kiaora@spacific.net so that we can include the details in future mailouts.

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If you are getting this email for the first time, it is because you have bought tickets to a concert that we have promoted. We send out a maximum of one email a month with details of up and coming concerts by New Zealand musicians in London. To be removed from this mailing list, please click on any of the links below.

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Spacific :: PO Box 14988, London SW6 2WL, UK :: kiaora@spacific.net

SPACIFIC NEWS #131

SPACIFIC NEWS #131: Contents

1. Bush Hall :: Modern Maori Quartet
2. Servant Jazz Quarters :: Blair Jollands
3. Keep in touch with New Zealand music via Spotify
4. Upcoming Highlights

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BUSH HALL :: MODERN MAORI QUARTET :: 30/08/17

In the UK for the Edinburgh Festival, The Modern Maori Quartet are a good looking, suave contemporary Maori showband in the vein of forebears such as the Hi-Marks, Maori Volcanics Showband, Dalvanius and the Fascinations, Maori Troubadours, Maori Hi Five, Quin Tikis and The Howard Morrison Quartet.

Join them for a party like no other, where hearty voices in epic harmony share Maori traditions and tell New Zealand stories through waiata and cheeky Maori humour. A classy celebration of Kiwi music honouring the legends of Maori Showbands that will warm your heart and make you cry with laughter.

Not convinced? Check out their cheeky version of ‘Royals’ at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hc9L91S3Az4

Tickets are £18 + b/f from Music Glue, Ticketweb or See Tickets.

From: 7.30pm
At: 310 Uxbridge Road, London W12 7LJ
Nearest Tube: Shepherds Bush Market
Venue website: bushhallmusic.co.uk/

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SERVANT JAZZ QUARTERS :: BLAIR JOLLANDS :: 30/08/17

A velvet throated crooner and a compelling songwriter, Blair Jollands’s lush compositions are cinematic in scope and gritty in nature, calling to mind aspects of Nick Cave‘s songwriting and Beck at his heartbroken best. He’s previously collaborated with Boy George and producer Gordon Raphael (The Strokes) and has released albums under his alter ego El Hula as well as with the band The Thin Men.

To celebrate the launch of his new album, he’s playing this intimate show at the Servant Jazz Quarters and giving away three tracks to all ticket buyers.

Tickets are £10 + b/f from Music Glue – all ticket buyers will be emailed a download code for the three tracks

From: 7.30pm
At: 10A Bradbury Street, London N16 8JN
Nearest Tube: Dalston Kingsland or Dalston Junction
Venue website: servantjazzquarters.com/

*******************************************************************************************
KEEP IN TOUCH WITH NEW ZEALAND MUSIC

If you’d like to keep in touch with what’s happening back in New Zealand music wise, Amplifier have relaunched as a playlist forcused program.

Amplifier Buzz is the place to find the brightest emerging local & international artists creating a stir in the industry. This unique playlist will be updated every two weeks and can be found at https://open.spotify.com/user/amplaylister/playlist/72qLRHQpf6O9VuLluqEQbd

The Audience Hot is the home of bubbling Kiwi talent, whether new to the scene or already established. Covering a wide range of genres, this playlist will be updated every week and can be found at https://open.spotify.com/user/amplaylister/playlist/3DnRLdN1etauocIOZLSE7t

NZ on Air also operate a similar playlist which can be found at http://open.spotify.com/user/nzonairmusic

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UPCOMING HIGHLIGHTS

24/08 Nadia Reid // Bush Hall, W12 7LJ // 7.30-11 // £11.50
26/09 I Am Giant // Islington Academy, N1 0PS // 7-11 // £10
27/09 Lorde // Alexandra Palace, N22 7AY // 6.30-11 // £32.50
03/10 The Naked and Famous // Electric Brixton, SW2 1RJ // 7-11 // £21
16/10 French for Rabbits // The Old Blue Last, EC2A 3ES // 8-12 // £8.50
20/11 Aldous Harding // Islington Assembly, N1 2UD // 7-11 // £12

We track upcoming concerts by New Zealand artists in London using Songkick – if we have missed any, please email us at kiaora@spacific.net so that we can include the details in future mailouts.

*******************************************************************************************
If you are getting this email for the first time, it is because you have bought tickets to a concert that we have promoted. We send out a maximum of one email a month with details of up and coming concerts by New Zealand musicians in London.

To be removed from this mailing list, please click on any of the links below.

*******************************************************************************************
Spacific :: PO Box 14988, London SW6 2WL, UK :: kiaora@spacific.net

SPACIFIC NEWS #130

SPACIFIC NEWS #130: Contents

1. Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen :: Sola Rosa Soundsystem
2. o2 Forum Kentish Town :: Shapeshifter NZ
3. Bush Hall :: Modern Maori Quartet
4. Servant Jazz Quarters :: Blair Jollands
5. Keep in touch with New Zealand music via Spotify
6. Upcoming Highlights

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HOXTON SQUARE BAR & KITCHEN :: SOLA ROSA SOUNDSYSTEM :: 27/07/17

We’re very happy to announce the return of one of Kiwi music’s most evolutionary and enduring acts, Sola Rosa.

With seven full-length albums, four EPs, a handful of hits, countless collaborations and numerous world tours, it’s been a near 20-year labour of love for the man behind the music, Andrew Spraggon. And although it’s punctuated with twists and turns in the form of constant change and innovation, one thing has remained the same – Spraggon’s steadfast commitment to making great albums that seamlessly blend a myriad of genres, from hip-hop and jazz, to neo-soul, latin and funk.

Now, the Auckland-based music-maker is poised to unveil the next steps in the Sola Rosa journey. It has always been Spraggon’s modus operandi to delve further into new musical territories and that’s exactly what he’s still doing. Add to that, Spraggon’s simple desire to keep making music that he loves, and you’ve got a winning combo.

The fist single was the stonking beat-heavy track ‘So Fly’ featuring British singer Kevin Mark Trail, who rose to prominence in the early 2000s working with The Streets, and who is an intergral part of the Sola Rosa Soundsytem. The next was the soulful ‘Back to You’ featuring Noah Slee on vocals and after that …. is yet to be announced!

Tickets are £8 + b/f from Music Glue

From: 8pm
At: 2-4 Hoxton Square, London N1 6NU
Nearest Tube: Old Street or Shoreditch High Street
Venue website: hoxtonsquarebar.com

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O2 FORUM KENTISH TOWN :: SHAPESHIFTER NZ :: 04/08/17

Over the last 18 years Shapeshifter have created their very own brand of heavy soul – a stadium-sized sound which adds layers of drum & bass, jazz, funk, rock and electronica to solid bass culture foundations, capable of morphing from rolling drum & bass to pummeling guitar-driven jams to horizon-shifting electronic soundscapes. This genre-defying amalgamation of influences continues to draw from new source material and inspiration as Shapeshifter evolves, motivating dance floors worldwide and delivering audiences to the bleeding edge of musical possibility.

As at home in an amped club environment as they are playing to packed festival fields, Shapeshifter is a truly adaptable unit. The five-strong lineup of PDigsss, Sam Trevethick, Dan McGruer, Nick Robinson and Darren Mathiassen have individually called Auckland, Wellington, Melbourne, Kingscliff, Berlin, Queenstown and, first and foremost, their original Christchurch stomping ground home, yet a chemistry refined over 18 years of playing together means they lock back into formation whenever they regroup.

Joining them on the night will be The Nextmen and DJ Spragga

Tickets are £20 + b/f from Ticketweb, See Tickets, Gigantic or Stargreen.

From: 7pm
At: 9-17 Highgate Road, London NW5 1JY
Nearest Tube: Kentish Town
Venue website: academymusicgroup.com/o2forumkentishtown/

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BUSH HALL :: MODERN MAORI QUARTET :: 30/08/17

The Modern Maori Quartet are a good looking, suave contemporary Maori showband in the vein of forebears such as the Hi-Marks, Maori Volcanics Showband, Dalvanius and the Fascinations, Maori Troubadours, Maori Hi Five, Quin Tikis and The Howard Morrison Quartet.

Join them for a party like no other, where hearty voices in epic harmony share Maori traditions and tell New Zealand stories through waiata and cheeky Maori humour. A classy celebration of Kiwi music honouring the legends of Maori Showbands that will warm your heart and make you cry with laughter.

Tickets are £18 + b/f from Music Glue, Ticketweb or See Tickets.

From: 7.30pm
At: 310 Uxbridge Road, London W12 7LJ
Nearest Tube: Shepherds Bush Market
Venue website: bushhallmusic.co.uk/

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SERVANT JAZZ QUARTERS :: BLAIR JOLLANDS :: 30/08/17

A velvet throated crooner and a compelling songwriter, Blair Jollands’s lush compositions are cinematic in scope and gritty in nature, calling to mind aspects of Nick Cave‘s songwriting and Beck at his heartbroken best. He’s previously collaborated with Boy George and producer Gordon Raphael (The Strokes) and has released albums under his alter ego El Hula as well as with the band The Thin Men.

To celebrate the launch of his new album, he’s playing this intimate show at the Servant Jazz Quarters and giving away three tracks to all ticket buyers.

Tickets are £10 + b/f from Music Glue – all ticket buyers will be emailed a download code for the three tracks

From: 7.30pm
At: 10A Bradbury Street, London N16 8JN
Nearest Tube: Dalston Kingsland or Dalston Junction
Venue website: servantjazzquarters.com/

*******************************************************************************************
KEEP IN TOUCH WITH NEW ZEALAND MUSIC

If you’d like to keep in touch with what’s happening back in New Zealand music wise, Amplifier have relaunched as a playlist forcused program.

Amplifier Buzz is the place to find the brightest emerging local & international artists creating a stir in the industry. This unique playlist will be updated every two weeks and can be found at https://open.spotify.com/user/amplaylister/playlist/72qLRHQpf6O9VuLluqEQbd

The Audience Hot is the home of bubbling Kiwi talent, whether new to the scene or already established. Covering a wide range of genres, this playlist will be updated every week and can be found at https://open.spotify.com/user/amplaylister/playlist/3DnRLdN1etauocIOZLSE7t

NZ on Air also operate a similar playlist which can be found at http://open.spotify.com/user/nzonairmusic

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UPCOMING HIGHLIGHTS

24/08 Nadia Reid // Bush Hall, W12 7LJ // 7.30-11 // £11.50
27/09 Lorde // Alexandra Palace, N22 7AY // 6.30-11 // £32.50
03/10 The Naked and Famous // Electric Brixton, SW2 1RJ // 7-11 // £21
20/11 Aldous Harding // Islington Assembly, N1 2UD // 7-11 // £12

We track upcoming concerts by New Zealand artists in London using Songkick – if we have missed any, please email us at kiaora@spacific.net so that we can include the details in future mailouts.

*******************************************************************************************
If you are getting this email for the first time, it is because you have bought tickets to a concert that we have promoted. We send out a maximum of one email a month with details of up and coming concerts by New Zealand musicians in London.

To be removed from this mailing list, please click on any of the links below.

*******************************************************************************************
Spacific :: PO Box 14988, London SW6 2WL, UK :: kiaora@spacific.net

SPACIFIC NEWS #129

SPACIFIC NEWS #129: Contents

1. Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen :: Sola Rosa Soundsystem
2. o2 Forum Kentish Town :: Shapeshifter NZ
3. Bush Hall :: Modern Maori Quartet
4. Servant Jazz Quarters :: Blair Jollands
5. Keep in touch with New Zealand music via Spotify
6. Upcoming Highlights

*******************************************************************************************
HOXTON SQUARE BAR & KITCHEN :: SOLA ROSA SOUNDSYSTEM :: 27/07/17

We’re very happy to announce the return of one of Kiwi music’s most evolutionary and enduring acts, Sola Rosa.

With seven full-length albums, four EPs, a handful of hits, countless collaborations and numerous world tours, it’s been a near 20-year labour of love for the man behind the music, Andrew Spraggon. And although it’s punctuated with twists and turns in the form of constant change and innovation, one thing has remained the same – Spraggon’s steadfast commitment to making great albums that seamlessly blend a myriad of genres, from hip-hop and jazz, to neo-soul, latin and funk.

Now, the Auckland-based music-maker is poised to unveil the next steps in the Sola Rosa journey. It has always been Spraggon’s modus operandi to delve further into new musical territories and that’s exactly what he’s still doing. Add to that, Spraggon’s simple desire to keep making music that he loves, and you’ve got a winning combo.

The fist single was the stonking beat-heavy track ‘So Fly’ featuring British singer Kevin Mark Trail, who rose to prominence in the early 2000s working with The Streets, and who is an intergral part of the Sola Rosa Soundsytem. The next was the soulful ‘Back to You’ featuring Noah Slee on vocals and after that …. is yet to be announced!

Tickets are £8 + b/f from Music Glue

From: 8pm
At: 2-4 Hoxton Square, London N1 6NU
Nearest Tube: Old Street or Shoreditch High Street
Venue website: hoxtonsquarebar.com

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O2 FORUM KENTISH TOWN :: SHAPESHIFTER NZ :: 04/08/17

Over the last 18 years Shapeshifter have created their very own brand of heavy soul – a stadium-sized sound which adds layers of drum & bass, jazz, funk, rock and electronica to solid bass culture foundations, capable of morphing from rolling drum & bass to pummeling guitar-driven jams to horizon-shifting electronic soundscapes. This genre-defying amalgamation of influences continues to draw from new source material and inspiration as Shapeshifter evolves, motivating dance floors worldwide and delivering audiences to the bleeding edge of musical possibility.

As at home in an amped club environment as they are playing to packed festival fields, Shapeshifter is a truly adaptable unit. The five-strong lineup of PDigsss, Sam Trevethick, Dan McGruer, Nick Robinson and Darren Mathiassen have individually called Auckland, Wellington, Melbourne, Kingscliff, Berlin, Queenstown and, first and foremost, their original Christchurch stomping ground home, yet a chemistry refined over 18 years of playing together means they lock back into formation whenever they regroup.

Tickets are £20 + b/f from Ticketweb, See Tickets, Gigantic or Stargreen.

From: 7pm
At: 9-17 Highgate Road, London NW5 1JY
Nearest Tube: Kentish Town
Venue website: academymusicgroup.com/o2forumkentishtown/
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BUSH HALL :: MODERN MAORI QUARTET :: 30/08/17

The Modern Maori Quartet are a good looking, suave contemporary Maori showband in the vein of forebears such as the Hi-Marks, Maori Volcanics Showband, Dalvanius and the Fascinations, Maori Troubadours, Maori Hi Five, Quin Tikis and The Howard Morrison Quartet.

Join them for a party like no other, where hearty voices in epic harmony share Maori traditions and tell New Zealand stories through waiata and cheeky Maori humour. A classy celebration of Kiwi music honouring the legends of Maori Showbands that will warm your heart and make you cry with laughter.

Tickets are £18 + b/f from Music Glue, Ticketweb or See Tickets.

From: 7.30pm
At: 310 Uxbridge Road, London W12 7LJ
Nearest Tube: Shepherds Bush Market
Venue website: bushhallmusic.co.uk/

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SERVANT JAZZ QUARTERS :: BLAIR JOLLANDS :: 30/08/17

A velvet throated crooner and a compelling songwriter, Blair Jollands’s lush compositions are cinematic in scope and gritty in nature, calling to mind aspects of Nick Cave‘s songwriting and Beck at his heartbroken best. He’s previously collaborated with Boy George and producer Gordon Raphael (The Strokes) and has released albums under his alter ego El Hula as well as with the band The Thin Men.

To celebrate the launch of his new album, he’s playing this intimate show at the Servant Jazz Quarters and giving away three tracks to all ticket buyers.

Tickets are £10 + b/f from Music Glue – all ticket buyers will be emailed a download code for the three tracks

From: 7.30pm
At: 10A Bradbury Street, London N16 8JN
Nearest Tube: Dalston Kingsland or Dalston Junction
Venue website: servantjazzquarters.com/

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KEEP IN TOUCH WITH NEW ZEALAND MUSIC

If you’d like to keep in touch with what’s happening back in New Zealand music wise, Amplifier have relaunched as a playlist forcused program.

Amplifier Buzz is the place to find the brightest emerging local & international artists creating a stir in the industry. This unique playlist will be updated every two weeks and can be found at https://open.spotify.com/user/amplaylister/playlist/72qLRHQpf6O9VuLluqEQbd

The Audience Hot is the home of bubbling Kiwi talent, whether new to the scene or already established. Covering a wide range of genres, this playlist will be updated every week and can be found at https://open.spotify.com/user/amplaylister/playlist/3DnRLdN1etauocIOZLSE7t

NZ on Air also operate a similar playlist which can be found at http://open.spotify.com/user/nzonairmusic

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UPCOMING HIGHLIGHTS

12/06 Lawrence Arabia // The Islington, N1 0XT //7.30-11 // £8
17/06 The Bats // The Dome, NW5 1HL // 7.30-11 // £16
22/06 Mark de Clive-Lowe // Red Gallery, EC2A 3DT // 8-11 // £10
24/08 Nadia Reid // Bush Hall, W12 7LJ // 7.30-11 // £11.50
03/10 The Naked and Famous // Electric Brixton, SW2 1RJ // 7-11 // £21
20/11 Aldous Harding // Islington Assembly, N1 2UD // 7-11 // £12

We track upcoming concerts by New Zealand artists in London using Songkick – if we have missed any, please email us at kiaora@spacific.net so that we can include the details in future mailouts.

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To be removed from this mailing list, please click on any of the links below.

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SPACIFIC NEWS #128

SPACIFIC NEWS #128: Contents

1. Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen :: Sola Rosa Soundsystem
2. o2 Forum Kentish Town :: Shapeshifter NZ
3. Bush Hall :: Modern Maori Quartet
4. Keep in touch with New Zealand music via Spotify etc
5. Upcoming Highlights

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HOXTON SQUARE BAR & KITCHEN :: SOLA ROSA SOUNDSYSTEM :: 27/07/17

We’re very happy to announce the return of one of Kiwi music’s most evolutionary and enduring acts, Sola Rosa.

With seven full-length albums, four EPs, a handful of hits, countless collaborations and numerous world tours, it’s been a near 20-year labour of love for the man behind the music, Andrew Spraggon. And although it’s punctuated with twists and turns in the form of constant change and innovation, one thing has remained the same – Spraggon’s steadfast commitment to making great albums that seamlessly blend a myriad of genres, from hip-hop and jazz, to neo-soul, latin and funk.

Now, the Auckland-based music-maker is poised to unveil the next steps in the Sola Rosa journey. It has always been Spraggon’s modus operandi to delve further into new musical territories and that’s exactly what he’s still doing. Add to that, Spraggon’s simple desire to keep making music that he loves, and you’ve got a winning combo.

The fist single was the stonking beat-heavy track ‘So Fly’ featuring British singer Kevin Mark Trail, who rose to prominence in the early 2000s working with The Streets, and who is an intergral part of the Sola Rosa Soundsytem. The next was the soulful ‘Back to You’ featuring Noah Slee on vocals and after that …. is yet to be announced!

Tickets are £8 + b/f from Music Glue

From: 8pm
At: 2-4 Hoxton Square, London N1 6NU
Nearest Tube: Old Street or Shoreditch High Street
Venue website: hoxtonsquarebar.com

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O2 FORUM KENTISH TOWN :: SHAPESHIFTER NZ :: 04/08/17

Over the last 18 years Shapeshifter have created their very own brand of heavy soul – a stadium-sized sound which adds layers of drum & bass, jazz, funk, rock and electronica to solid bass culture foundations, capable of morphing from rolling drum & bass to pummeling guitar-driven jams to horizon-shifting electronic soundscapes. This genre-defying amalgamation of influences continues to draw from new source material and inspiration as Shapeshifter evolves, motivating dance floors worldwide and delivering audiences to the bleeding edge of musical possibility.

As at home in an amped club environment as they are playing to packed festival fields, Shapeshifter is a truly adaptable unit. The five-strong lineup of PDigsss, Sam Trevethick, Dan McGruer, Nick Robinson and Darren Mathiassen have individually called Auckland, Wellington, Melbourne, Kingscliff, Berlin, Queenstown and, first and foremost, their original Christchurch stomping ground home, yet a chemistry refined over 18 years of playing together means they lock back into formation whenever they regroup.

Tickets are £20 + b/f from Ticketweb, See Tickets, Gigantic or Stargreen.

From: 7pm
At: 9-17 Highgate Road, London NW5 1JY
Nearest Tube: Kentish Town
Venue website: academymusicgroup.com/o2forumkentishtown/
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BUSH HALL :: MODERN MAORI QUARTET :: 30/08/17

Just confirmed – The Modern Maori Quartet will be playing their only London show this year at Bush Hall this August. More info very soon.

Tickets are £18 + b/f from Music Glue, Ticketweb or See Tickets.

From: 7.30pm
At: 310 Uxbridge Road, London W12 7LJ
Nearest Tube: Shepherds Bush Market
Venue website: bushhallmusic.co.uk/

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KEEP IN TOUCH WITH NEW ZEALAND MUSIC

If you’d like to keep in touch with what’s happening back in New Zealand music wise, Amplifier have relaunched as a playlist forcused program.

Amplifier Buzz is the place to find the brightest emerging local & international artists creating a stir in the industry. This unique playlist will be updated every two weeks and can be found at https://open.spotify.com/user/amplaylister/playlist/72qLRHQpf6O9VuLluqEQbd

The Audience Hot is the home of bubbling Kiwi talent, whether new to the scene or already established. Covering a wide range of genres, this playlist will be updated every week and can be found at https://open.spotify.com/user/amplaylister/playlist/3DnRLdN1etauocIOZLSE7t

NZ on Air also operate a similar playlist which can be found at http://open.spotify.com/user/nzonairmusic

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UPCOMING HIGHLIGHTS

17/05 Kane Strang // Lexington, N1 9JB // 7.30-11 // £6.50
22/05 Aldous Harding // Omeara, SE1 1TE // 7-11 // £11
03/06 Fat Freddy’s Drop // Alexandra Palace, N22 7AY // 6.30-11 // £38.50
12/06 Lawrence Arabia // The Islington, N1 0XT //7.30-11 // £8
17/06 The Bats // The Dome, NW5 1HL // 7.30-11 // £16
03/10 The Naked and Famous // Electric Brixton, SW2 1RJ // 7-11 // £21

We track upcoming concerts by New Zealand artists in London using Songkick – if we have missed any, please email us at kiaora@spacific.net so that we can include the details in future mailouts.

*******************************************************************************************
If you are getting this email for the first time, it is because you have bought tickets to a concert that we have promoted. We send out a maximum of one email a month with details of up and coming concerts by New Zealand musicians in London.

To be removed from this mailing list, please click on any of the links below.

*******************************************************************************************
Spacific :: PO Box 14988, London SW6 2WL, UK :: kiaora@spacific.net

SPACIFIC NEWS #127

SPACIFIC NEWS #127: Contents

1. Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen :: Sola Rosa Soundsystem
2. o2 Forum Kentish Town :: Shapeshifter NZ
3. Keep in touch with New Zealand music via Spotify etc
4. Upcoming Highlights

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HOXTON SQUARE BAR & KITCHEN :: SOLA ROSA SOUNDSYSTEM :: 27/07/17

We’re very happy to announce the return of one of Kiwi music’s most evolutionary and enduring acts, Sola Rosa.

With seven full-length albums, four EPs, a handful of hits, countless collaborations and numerous world tours, it’s been a near 20-year labour of love for the man behind the music, Andrew Spraggon. And although it’s punctuated with twists and turns in the form of constant change and innovation, one thing has remained the same – Spraggon’s steadfast commitment to making great albums that seamlessly blend a myriad of genres, from hip-hop and jazz, to neo-soul, latin and funk.

Now, the Auckland-based music-maker is poised to unveil the next steps in the Sola Rosa journey. It has always been Spraggon’s modus operandi to delve further into new musical territories and that’s exactly what he’s still doing. Add to that, Spraggon’s simple desire to keep making music that he loves, and you’ve got a winning combo.

The fist single was the stonking beat-heavy track ‘So Fly’ featuring British singer Kevin Mark Trail, who rose to prominence in the early 2000s working with The Streets, and who is an intergral part of the Sola Rosa Soundsytem. The next was the soulful ‘Back to You’ featuring Noah Slee on vocals and after that …. is yet to be announced!

Tickets are £8 + b/f from Music Glue

From: 8pm
At: 2-4 Hoxton Square, London N1 6NU
Nearest Tube: Old Street or Shoreditch High Street
Venue website: hoxtonsquarebar.com

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O2 FORUM KENTISH TOWN :: SHAPESHIFTER NZ :: 04/08/17

Just announced – Shapeshifter will be playing their only London headline show this year at the o2 Forum Kentish Town this August. More info very soon.

Tickets are £20 + b/f from Ticketweb, See Tickets, Gigantic or Stargreen.

From: 7pm
At: 9-17 Highgate Road, London NW5 1JY
Nearest Tube: Kentish Town
Venue website: academymusicgroup.com/o2forumkentishtown/

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KEEP IN TOUCH WITH NEW ZEALAND MUSIC

If you’d like to keep in touch with what’s happening back in New Zealand music wise, Amplifier have relaunched as a playlist forcused program.

Amplifier Buzz is the place to find the brightest emerging local & international artists creating a stir in the industry. This unique playlist will be updated every two weeks and can be found at https://open.spotify.com/user/amplaylister/playlist/72qLRHQpf6O9VuLluqEQbd

The Audience Hot is the home of bubbling Kiwi talent, whether new to the scene or already established. Covering a wide range of genres, this playlist will be updated every week and can be found at https://open.spotify.com/user/amplaylister/playlist/3DnRLdN1etauocIOZLSE7t

NZ on Air also operate a similar playlist which can be found at http://open.spotify.com/user/nzonairmusic

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UPCOMING HIGHLIGHTS

04/05 Fazerdaze // Thousand Island, N5 1RD // 7-11 // £8
17/05 Kane Strang // Lexington, N1 9JB // 7.30-11 // £6.50
22/05 Aldous Harding // Omeara, SE1 1TE // 7-11 // £11
03/06 Fat Freddy’s Drop // Alexandra Palace, N22 7AY // 6.30-11 // £38.50
17/06 The Bats // The Dome, NW5 1HL // 7.30-11 // £16

We track upcoming concerts by New Zealand artists in London using Songkick – if we have missed any, please email us at kiaora@spacific.net so that we can include the details in future mailouts.

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If you are getting this email for the first time, it is because you have bought tickets to a concert that we have promoted. We send out a maximum of one email a month with details of up and coming concerts by New Zealand musicians in London.

To be removed from this mailing list, please click on any of the links below.

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Spacific :: PO Box 14988, London SW6 2WL, UK :: kiaora@spacific.net

SPACIFIC NEWS #126

SPACIFIC NEWS #126: Contents

1. Oslo :: Pitch Black
2. Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen :: Sola Rosa Soundsystem
3. Upcoming Highlights

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OSLO :: PITCH BLACK :: 25/03/17

As anyone who went to their gig at Oslo last July can attest, Pitch Black put on one hell of a show. New Zealand News said of the night that it was “seamless excellence – (Pitch Black) left the crowd wanting more, left themselves wanting more. Like a fine wine, this duo only seems to get better with age”.

That show and their current New Zealand tour are in support of the release of their new album, their fifth, ‘Filtered Senses’, which has been described as sounding “like stardust in stereo” (Beat Magazine, DE) and “hypnotic and rather gorgeously allusive” (Elsewhere, NZ). You can check it out on their YouTube channel, with the playlist including just some of the cutting edge videos they’ve been making to accompany each track.

Supporting them on the night are up and coming English band Feral Five and DJ Liquid Lounge. Due to the venue becoming a club at 11pm, this is an early show, meaning they will be onstage around 8.30pm.

Tickets are £10 + b/f from Music Glue, Ticketweb, Alt-Tickets or See Tickets.

From: 6.30pm
At: 1a Amhurst Road, London E8 1LL
Nearest Tube: Hackney Central
Venue website: oslohackney.com

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HOXTON SQUARE BAR & KITCHEN :: SOLA ROSA SOUNDSYSTEM :: 27/07/17

Happy to confirm that the incredibly funky Sola Rosa Soundsystem will make a welcome return this July. This has just been confirmed and will have more details next email.

Tickets are £8 + b/f from Music Glue

From: 8pm
At: 2-4 Hoxton Square, London N1 6NU
Nearest Tube: Old Street or Shoreditch High Street
Venue website: hoxtonsquarebar.com

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UPCOMING HIGHLIGHTS

14/02 The Naked & Famous // The Forum, NW5 1JY // 7-11 // £20
15/02 Ladyhawke // KOKO, NW1 7JE // 7-11 // £16
17/03 Broods // Shepherds Bush Empire, W12 8TT // 7-11 // £20
17/03 Mark de Clive-Lowe // Jazz Cafe, NW1 7PG // 7-11 // £15
22/03 Devilskin // Underworld, NW1 0NE // 7-11 // £15

We track upcoming concerts by New Zealand artists in London using Songkick – if we have missed any, please email us at kiaora@spacific.net so that we can include the details in future mailouts.

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If you are getting this email for the first time, it is because you have bought tickets to a concert that we have promoted. We send out a maximum of one email a month with details of up and coming concerts by New Zealand musicians in London.

To be removed from this mailing list, please click on any of the links below.

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Spacific :: PO Box 14988, London SW6 2WL, UK :: kiaora@spacific.net

SPACIFIC NEWS #125

SPACIFIC NEWS #125: Contents

1. Camden Assembly :: I Am Giant
2. Islington Assembly Hall :: Dave Dobbyn
3. Islington Assembly Hall :: Dave Dobbyn
4. Upcoming Highlights

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CAMDEN ASSEMBLY :: I AM GIANT :: 14/10/16

Critically acclaimed alt rockers I Am Giant are taking a night out from writing their 3rd studio album to play a one off show at the former Barfly.

To date I Am Giant have garnered four #1 rock singles, a gold EP and a gold album in New Zealand, and have created music videos featuring skate and surfing icons Tony Hawk and Kelly Slater.

Their relentless touring schedule has seen them opening for Slash in Australia and Stone Temple Pilots in Singapore, a UK tour with Taking Back Sunday, as well as performances at The Big Day Out in Auckland and Sydney.

Supporting them on the night are up and coming English band The Alchemy

Tickets are £8 +b/f from Ticketweb.

From: 7pm
At: 49 Chalk Farm Road, NW1 8AN
Nearest Tube: Chalk Farm
Venue website: camdenassembly.com/

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ISLINGTON ASSEMBLY HALL :: DAVE DOBBYN :: 27/10/16

Dave Dobbyn has written the soundtrack to kiwi lives, with a string of hits including ‘Beside You’, ‘Be Mine Tonight’ ‘Language’, ‘Outlook for Thursday’, ‘Loyal’, ‘Whaling’, ‘Kingdom Come’, ‘It Dawned On Me’, ‘Guilty’, ‘Devil You Know’, ‘Slice of Heaven’, ‘Magic What She Do’, ‘Oughta Be in Love’ , ‘Welcome Home’.…

His enduring popularity is reinforced with polls of Top 100 songs returning ‘Loyal’ at No 1 year on year, and he holds the most Silver Scroll Awards for song-writing. In 2001, Dobbyn was given a lifetime achievement award by the New Zealand recording industry.

After a six-year gap, his 2006 album ‘Available Light’ won him Male Artist of the Year and included the anthemic ‘Welcome Home’ , produced by Neil Finn and 2005’s Single of the Year. ‘Anotherland’, his 2008 release, was produced by the legendary UK dub-reggae maestro Adrian Sherwood and Skip ‘Little Axe’ McDonald and recorded in London.

Last year, after an eight year gap, Dave Dobbyn released his 10th solo studio album, ‘Harmony House’. Produced by Sam Flynn Scott and Luke Buda of The Phoenix Foundation, the album (available from Amazon) brings new music to a catalogue that now spans over 40 years.

Seated tickets are £20 +b/f from Music Glue or Ticketweb

From: 7pm
At: Upper Street, N1 2UD
Nearest Tube: Highbury & Islington
Venue website: islingtonassemblyhall.co.uk/

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ISLINGTON ASSEMBLY HALL :: DAVE DOBBYN :: 28/10/16

Due to phenomenal demand for the 27th, Dave has confirmed a second night, but this time with standing tickets available.

Standing tickets are £15 +b/f from Music Glue
Seated tickets are all sold out.

From: 7pm
At: Upper Street, N1 2UD
Nearest Tube: Highbury & Islington
Venue website: islingtonassemblyhall.co.uk/

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UPCOMING HIGHLIGHTS

15/10 OPIUO // Bloc, E3 2TT // 10-6 // £15
25/10 The Veils // KOKO, NW1 7JE // 7-11 // £14
12/11 Sola Rosa // Hootananny, SW2 1DF // 9-3 // £5
15/02 Ladyhwake // KOKO, NW1 7JE // 7-11 // £16

We track upcoming concerts by New Zealand artists in London using Songkick – if we have missed any, please email us at kiaora@spacific.net so that we can include the details in future mailouts.

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If you are getting this email for the first time, it is because you have bought tickets to a concert that we have promoted. We send out a maximum of one email a month with details of up and coming concerts by New Zealand musicians in London.

To be removed from this mailing list, please click on any of the links below.

*******************************************************************************************
Spacific :: PO Box 14988, London SW6 2WL, UK :: kiaora@spacific.net

SPACIFIC NEWS #124

SPACIFIC NEWS #124: Contents

1. Camden Assembly :: I Am Giant
2. Islington Assembly Hall :: Dave Dobbyn
3. Upcoming Highlights

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CAMDEN ASSEMBLY :: I AM GIANT :: 14/10/16

Critically acclaimed alt rockers I Am Giant are taking a night out from writing their 3rd studio album to play a one off show at the former Barfly.

To date I Am Giant have garnered four #1 rock singles, a gold EP and a gold album in New Zealand, and have created music videos featuring skate and surfing icons Tony Hawk and Kelly Slater.

Their relentless touring schedule has seen them opening for Slash in Australia and Stone Temple Pilots in Singapore, a UK tour with Taking Back Sunday, as well as performances at The Big Day Out in Auckland and Sydney.

Tickets are £8 +b/f from Music Glue or Ticketweb.

From: 7pm
At: 49 Chalk Farm Road, NW1 8AN
Nearest Tube: Chalk Farm
Venue website: camdenassembly.com/

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ISLINGTON ASSEMBLY HALL :: DAVE DOBBYN :: 27/10/16

After an eight year gap, Dave Dobbyn has just released his 10th solo studio album, ‘Harmony House’. Produced by Sam Flynn Scott and Luke Buda of The Phoenix Foundation, the album (available from Amazon) brings new music to a catalogue that now spans over 40 years.

Seated tickets are £20 +b/f from Music Glue or Ticketweb

From: 7pm
At: Upper Street, N1 2UD
Nearest Tube: Highbury & Islington
Venue website: islingtonassemblyhall.co.uk/

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UPCOMING HIGHLIGHTS

16/09 Lawrence Arabia // The Lexington, N1 9JB // 8-11 // £9
15/10 OPIUO // Bloc, E3 2TT // 10-6 // £15
25/10 The Veils // KOKO, NW1 7JE // 7-11 // £14

We track upcoming concerts by New Zealand artists in London using Songkick – if we have missed any, please email us at kiaora@spacific.net so that we can include the details in future mailouts.

*******************************************************************************************
If you are getting this email for the first time, it is because you have bought tickets to a concert that we have promoted. We send out a maximum of one email a month with details of up and coming concerts by New Zealand musicians in London.

To be removed from this mailing list, please click on any of the links below.

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Spacific :: PO Box 14988, London SW6 2WL, UK :: kiaora@spacific.net