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DJ Shadow Returning To New Zealand For One Show In June

DJ Shadow Returning To New Zealand For One Show In June

Tuesday 28th March, 2017 9:13AM

Bay Area beat digger DJ Shadow is returning to New Zealand for one show at The Powerstation in June. The artist, whose real name is Josh Davis, is coming off-the-back of releasing his fifth studio album The Mountain Will Fall, which came out last year - 20 years after the emergence of his phenomenal debut record Entroducing. Here are the show details...

DJ Shadow
Friday 2nd June, The Powerstation, Auckland

See below for ticketing details

Sink your teeth into 'Nobody Speak' lifted off The Mountain Will Fall and featuring Run The Jewels...


Displaying formidable mixing and scratching skills and mixing tunes old and new, DJ Shadow will bring his This Mountain Will Fall tour to New Zealand this May for one show only at Auckland’s Powerstation on Friday June 2.

Tickets go on sale at midday Monday, April 3.

My Live Nation members can be among the first to secure tickets during the exclusive pre-sale beginning at midday this Friday, March 31.

For complete tour and ticketing information, visit:

It’s been 20 years since Josh Davis, aka DJ Shadow, unleashed his trip-hop hip-hop mixing mastery on the world with the release of his highly acclaimed debut album ‘Entroducing…’. The album took the world by storm and testament to its genius; the album continues to stand the test of time, cementing DJ Shadow’s position as one of the world’s most progressive producers and DJ.

Shadow followed up with albums including ‘Pre-emptive Strike’, ‘The Private Press’, ‘The Outsider’ and the ‘Bay Area EP’, as well as producing numerous projects most notably on Mo’ Wax projects with James Lavelle such as UNKLE’s ‘Psyence Fiction’, plus working with DJ Krush, Blackalicious, Handsome Boy Modelling School, DJ Cut Chemist and others.

2016 saw the release of his 5th studio album ‘The Mountain Will Fall’, once again showcasing the evolution and adventure that has defined Shadow’s career to date. “I try to force myself to change things on every record, and it’s why I feel that my music will always change,” says Josh. “It’s a bit preposterous to use old samplers when there’s so much more you can do with the new ones. We’d never have the amazing music that Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock did in the 1970s if they’d refused to use new synthesizers, which really defined what they did. It’s people like that that I look to for inspiration.”

Now listen to the sound of a mountain falling.

My Live Nation pre-sale: 12pm March 31 until 5pm April 2


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