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Sky Canvas

When
Thu Sep 20th, 2018
Where
U Bar,
Dunedin, Otago

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Doors open
9:00pm
Gig starts
9:30pm
Entry
R18
Cover charge*
$5
*Guide only - booking fees may apply
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Sky Canvas - Live at U-Bar (Dunedin)




With support from Mo Muse & Gulls

To celebrate the release of their new single Fossil, Wellington 5-piece Sky Canvas are taking their radiant and hard-grooving brand of alternative soul out on tour this Spring!

Sky Canvas bring a dynamic blend of stirring vocals with colourful synth/guitar textures and fiery, dancing rhythms that you'll find yourself moving to - with a sound that has elements of off-centre soul and hip-hop with undercurrents of electronic, funky rock and eastern-tinged jazz. Having formed at NZ School of Music in 2016, they have since played many memorable shows and supported some fantastic touring acts - developing on the way a tight live set, a strong Wellington fan base, and a drive to continue to make compelling and fun music.

Their self-titled debut EP, recorded in Wellington's Surgery Studios in 2017 with Lee Prebble and mastered by Mike Gibson of Munki Studios, reached #13 on the NZ Albums chart, and #8 on the Heatseekers chart.

"If you’re into grooves, jazzy guitar, spacey keys, powerful female vocals, and a couple more grooves, look no further than Sky Canvas.. last year’s EP was an absolute belter of a debut by a group of Kiwis with musical talent to burn" - Tearaway

"Immediately it is reminiscent of Hiatus Kaiyote, Emily King and Robert Glasper" - NZ Musician

"Sky Canvas make kaleidoscopic futuristic soulful jazz.." - The Audience.co.nz

Don't miss out, get your tickets on the link below!

Links
eventfinda.co.nz/2018/sk...
facebook.com/skycanvasmu...
youtube.com/c/SkyCanvas
Tags
hip hop/rnb, soul/funk, Sky Canvas, Mo Muse, Gulls



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