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700 Bliss (Moor Mother and DJ Haram) Auckland Community Garden Show Announced

700 Bliss (Moor Mother and DJ Haram) Auckland Community Garden Show Announced

Chris Cudby / Monday 27th June, 2022 10:52AM

Tāmaki Makaurau dancefloor facilitators Community Garden have made a welcome return, announcing this morning an absolutely sizzling lineup of international and local artists set to heat up Whammy Bar on 20th July. Headlining the occasion will be 700 Bliss, the collaborative project of Philadelphia poet / rapper Moor Mother and New Jersey's DJ Haram, whose debut album Nothing To Declare launched in May to significant acclaim via UK tastemakers Hyperdub. They'll be joined by Creamy Mami and "brutal stoned witches" Slumbug for a celebration of uncompromising, club-shaking sounds you don't want to miss – we advise grabbing tickets while you can...


Community Garden Present: 700 Bliss
with Slumbug & Creamy Mami
Wednesday 20th July - Whammy Bar, Karangahape Road [cancelled]


Experience the video for 'Bless Grips' from 700 Bliss' new album Nothing To Declare...


Press release:

Community Garden are thrilled to welcome 700 Bliss to Whammy Bar. 700 Bliss are the dream crew. Moor Mother and DJ Haram - teamed up to guide us through the ultimate crumbling and blooming of our era.

Ever since ‘Ring The Alarm’ echoed out, foreshadowing the care needed for our current times, 700 Bliss has slung joyous resilience in sound - an incredibly potent riot of militant punx nrg and cognizant global gal soundsystem works - out of Philadelphia.

Their debut album Nothing To Declare, released on Hyperdub in May, tears apart the assumed universality of virulent systems and cracks up about them all at once. Their sound allows you to feel safe-guarded, but never without vigilance - exercising a new pedagogy of knowledge delivery.

Links
instagram.com/communitygardenakl/
instagram.com/700bliss/

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