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L.A.B, Yoko-Zuna, Lord Echo Dj Set

Sat Jun 23rd, 2018

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Supported By Spark And Spotify

Taking New Zealand by storm we welcome this mighty line up to Queenstown supported by Spark and Spotify - and we cannot wait to party with you.

The pedigree and musicianship of L.A.B. is undeniable. L.A.B. was founded by the legendary Kora brothers Brad and Stu Kora and quickly engaged the extraordinary talent of Joel Shadbolt on lead vocals and Ara Adams-Tamatea from the mighty Katchafire on bass.

The L.A.B. sound is one which has seen them quickly become a fan favourite on the New Zealand live circuit – trademark Kora grooves combining with Adams-Tamatea’s reggae/dub experience, and Shadbolt’s blues roots to create a sound entirely their own. They’ve been selling venues out all summer, and now it’s time we showed them a real Queenstown welcome.

We have a stellar line up alongside L.A.B tonight - Yoko-Zuna were last with us when they played the main stage at everyone’s favourite music festival R&A. Formed out of the ashes from one of Auckland’s most musically-creative hubs, Yoko-Zuna have quickly established themselves as one of the most exciting bands in NZ and a favourite on the festival circuit. With their combination of unique electronic/hip-hop compositions and a live show which is rarely bettered, Yoko-Zuna is an act with talent to burn.

If that wasn’t enough, off the back of his Japanese tour we present a banging LORD ECHO DJ SET to this already ridiculous line up. Lord Echo is a multi-instrumentalist producer, engineer and DJ whose music imagines a world where reggae and rocksteady rub shoulders with Latin music, disco, African soul and techno.

alternative, dj, electronic, reggae/dub, soul/funk, L.A.B., Yoko-Zuna, Lord Echo

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