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Sola Rosa Soundsystem: CANCELLED


Sun 26 Jul 2015, 8:00pm–2:00am

Where: Vinyl Underground, 12B Church Street , Queenstown

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $16.00 ($15.00 + $1.00 fees)

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Listed by: WhereIsHe

Vinyl underground present Sola Rosa Soundsystem ft. Kevin Mark Trail

Sola Rosa Soundsystem Profiles --
Andrew Spraggon
Founding member of Sola Rosa, Andrew has cultivated over 15 years of rich and well-crafted melodic beats. Fusing a rotating mix of hip-hop, jazz, reggae, latin, neo-soul and funk topped with an assortment of diverse vocalists, Sola Rosa have released six critically acclaimed long players to date as well as numerous EP’s, remix albums and remixes of artists such as Mop Mop, YesKing, K+Lab, Kora, Oppossom and Benny Tones.

Kevin Mark Trail
Having toured the world as co-vocalist of ‘The Streets’, Kevin Mark Trail has an impressive list of collaborations including Nitin Sawhney, Estelle and Black Twang, as well as supporting the likes of N.E.R.D, Massive Attack and Angie Stone. His New Zealand collaborations include Pieter
T, Jason Eli, Nathan Haines and Sola Rosa. Now, having launched a critically acclaimed solo career, Kevin Mark Trail brings his new album “The Knight” to New Zealand shores with collaborations from the likes of Sharlene Hector of Basement Jaxx.

Jessie Cassin -
Combining seasoned vocal ability with intelligently crafted songwriting, Jessie has created a deeply personal body of work on her forthcoming single 'Slow' from the EP 'Kin'. Self produced and written,the songs are elegantly feminine, with the EP title ' Kin' chosen to reflect the exploration of nurture and it’s role for woman in surrounding relationships.

“The man behind the ever-morphing Sola Rosa, is a clever fellow. His albums are astutely focused and when he stretches himself he never strays too far from exactly where you think the beat-driven music should be” Graham Reid, Elsewhere (25th Oct 2014)

“The sheer musical diversity (and channeled energy) here lifts this one well above the pack.” Graham Reid, Elsewhere (Apr 14, 2009)