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BADBADNOTGOOD Announce Wellington Show

BADBADNOTGOOD Announce Wellington Show

Monday 20th November, 2017 8:06AM

Hip hop jazz maestros BADBADNOTGOOD have announced their return to Wellington for a headline show this January, set to follow their upcoming Auckland performance at St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2018. The genre-bending Canadian instrumentalists have a clutch of superstar collaborations under their belt, they’ve worked with the likes of Kaytranada, Samuel T. Herring (Future Islands), Frank Ocean, Earl Sweatshirt, Mick Jenkins and Ghostface Killah. The stars have truly aligned for Wellington fans, as this will be the group’s only Australasian headline show. Expect killer tunes and impeccable performances from the incandescent four-piece, who are touring their latest album IV. Here’s the details…

BADBADNOTGOOD
Wednesday 31st January, San Fran, Wellington

Tickets go on sale at 9:00am on Wednesday 22nd November.

Here’s the group’s collaboration with hip hop artist Mick Jenkins ‘Drowning’…


Check out their recent single with Samuel T. Herring (Future Islands)...



Listen to their current radio hit ‘Confessions Pt III (Feat. Colin Stetson)’…




Press release

Wellington, you lucky things. Extraordinary genre-fusing Canadian band BADBADNOTGOOD will take their only break from the St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival tour to play San Fran on January 31.

Since coming together as a three-piece at music school in 2011, BADBADNOTGOOD have made the music world take notice of their instrumentals that melded jazz virtuosity with hip hop source materials. Early champions included acclaimed BBC broadcaster Gilles Peterson and Tyler The Creator. Their list of collaborators include the likes of Frank Ocean, Earl Sweatshirt, Ghostface Killah and RZA.

Now a four-piece, BADBADNOTGOOD's 2016 effort IV broadened into RnB and included guest vocalists including KAYTRANADA, Future Islands’ Samuel T Herring and Mick Jenkins for the first time to stunning effect.

“Fiery hip-hop instrumentals, creamy rhythm and blues balladry and classic lounge vibes are explored with equal excitement--and pulled off with equal panache.” - The Skinny

The Guardian calls BADBADNOTGOOD “innovative and imaginative”. Don’t miss them at their only Australasian headline show.


Links
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Mon 29th Jan
Albert Park, Auckland
Wed 31st Jan
San Fran, Wellington