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Gilles Peterson New Zealand Show Announced

Gilles Peterson New Zealand Show Announced

Tuesday 16th October, 2018 10:01AM

UK club icon Gilles Peterson is returning to Aotearoa this November for a special headline show at Auckland's Hollywood Avondale. The French-born DJ, broadcaster, producer, compiler, and label boss has left an indelible mark on the world of dance music culture, helming such pivotal labels as Acid JazzTalkin' Loud and Brownswood Recordings helping launch the careers of artists including Roni Size, and Jamiroquai, presenting the long-running weekly Worldwide show on BBC's Radio 1 (he's since moved to Radio 6) and lending his eclectic taste-making style to countless compilations. This will be the artist's long-awaited first local appearance since raising the roof at Auckland's Bacco Room in 2010, here are the details...

Paint It Gold presents Gilles Peterson
Friday 16th November - Auckland, Hollywood Avondale w/ Frank Booker

Tickets available from Thursday 18th October

Wras your ears around Gilles Peterson's recent Boiler Room set in Los Angeles...

Press release:

DJ, broadcaster, producer, compiler, label boss, record collector, and festival curator – the many venerable titles of Gilles Peterson. From regularly spinning records at UK clubs like the late Plastic People, the master selector’s tastes cover everything from Jazz & Soul to Acid House & Hip-Hop, coming as no surprise from a man who owns 50,000 records.

With the icon currently holding down a residency at Phonox, seeing Worldwide FM attain far-reaching acclaim to finding time for the position as creative director of WeTransfer. Helming the seminal label Brownswood Recordings - Gilles remains very much with his finger on the pulse of worldwide music culture.

Back in New Zealand for the first time since 2010 - this show will sell out - don't delay


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