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Lunice Announces New Zealand Shows

Lunice Announces New Zealand Shows

Thursday 10th January, 2013 4:58PM

Canadian producer Lunice has announced two New Zealand shows next month. Known for his many collaborations with the likes of Diplo, Hudson Mohawk (aka TNGHT), Azealia Banks and her rival Angel Haze to name a few, he will play shows in Auckland and Wellington.  Here are dates and below are a few of his tracks...

Lunice - debut New Zealand Tour

Wednesday 20th February - Ivy, Wellington
Thursday 21st February - Secret Location, Auckland

Tickets for both shows on sale 9am Friday 11th Jan from HERE at UTR.

Lunice and Diplo remix of Deerhunter track 'Helicopter'...

Promo video for his 2011 EP One Hunned featuring track 'Glow'...

Lunice and Angel Haze 'Gimme That' from their Songs from Scratch session - check out the clip over here.

Press Release:

#Jusayin, Madcap Touring, Mazdef Productions & Notomorrow Present:

Lunice (Mad Decent | LuckyMe | Canada) Debut NZ Tour

On the 20th & 21st of February one of the worlds most in demand producers, Lunice (Mad Decent | LuckyMe | Canada), brings his unique blend of bass heavy electronica to New Zealand for two highly anticipated shows in Wellington and Auckland.

After his collaborative project with bass impresario Hudson Mohawke as TNGHT in 2012, which garnered wide acclaim throughout the world from clubbers and journalists alike. The LA Weekly confirmed this by bestowing the title of, ‘Dance Single Of The Year’.

The 22 year old producer has also produced remixes and collaborated with the likes of Diplo, Wacka Flocka Flame & Gucci Mane. A cast of of local producers and dj’s are set to adorn the support line up with bass weight and class.

Tickets available via:

Tour Dates:

Wed 20th February
with CTFD, Kamandi , Yvnalesca, Beat Mob, #4Chainz

Thursday 21st February
Secret Location
Support Line Up To Be Announced


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