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Breakbot (Ed Banger Records, France)

When:

Fri 9 Dec 2016, 6:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Pah Homestead, TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, 72 Hillsborough Rd, Hillsborough, Auckland

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission includes Return Bus: $50.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: MadcapMusic

Tickets available from: http://bit.ly/BREAKBOTAKL

Tickets include return bus from the CBD to Pah Homestead, a choice of beverage on arrival and entry to the afterparty.

Bus Timetable and more info below
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For the first time in Auckland, we're stoked to bring you one of the finest artists in electronic music, Breakbot. At the iconic and beautiful Pah Homestead sculpture garden and gallery, this early evening show will be the ideal way to kick off summer.

Breakbot will perform a one-off NZ show as the sun sets in on the beautiful Auckland city. Following the Baby, I’m Yours EP and a few other similar projects, Breakbot released his debut album in 2012 on Ed Banger. By Your Side is a sun-filled soundtrack with cheeky writing, where the bass line and the guitar answered each other in a rhythmic love fest.

Our support lineup for the main event:
- A Band Called Success
- Cool Kids Club (Reunion Set)
- Heads Garage DJs
- Bavhu

Our support lineup for the after party:
- Aroha
- Chores
- Sam Lovli
- Nathan Hill
- Hollywoo DJs

Together, Breakbot and Irfane presented By Your Side in all the big cities of the world on a tour that lasted almost two years. This long meandering finally gave the two friends the idea to create a duo. In 2016, the new Breakbot version “one plus one” released their second album Still Waters - a new assortment of southern sun rays which conjures swinging images of dancefloors filled with guys in flowing trousers and bare-shouldered young girls.

Unlike the previous album, Still Waters is more of a matrix with intricate workmanship, carved out with the help of old analogue machines rather than softwares. Thirteen bouncy tunes with Stevie Wonder and the Motown crowd in the background, and spouts of funk and disco on a well-trodden dance floor. Crafty ideas whipped-up in a vintage outfit with techno vibes and futuristic accelerations create the perfectly current soundtrack that is Breakbot.

Presented by: Madcap & What We Came

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