dDub National Tour
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|Fri 10 Oct ’08, 10:00pm||
Where: Galatos, 17 Galatos St, Auckland
- Presales (Real Groovy, Cosmic Corner): $20.00
- Online (amplifier): $15.00
- Door Sales: $25.00
- Booking fees may apply
Event listed by: Veronica Herber
Supported by Luke Thompson. Presale tickets at Real Groovy, Cosmic Corner and online at amplifier.co.nz. Door sales on the night.
dDub are proud to release the second single from their new Album ‘Medicine Man’. This latest dDub offering received another round of four and five star reviews, spent three weeks on the NZ top 40 Charts and debuted at number 2 on the Independent charts and number 4 on the NZ iTunes Album charts.
“Their live show is phenomenal, their vibe uplifting and their sound infectious and easily accessible Winter? dDub are the best warming medicine, man. Get yourself a dose.” - The Press, 5 Stars, Vicky Anderson
Titled ‘Making My Way Home’, the upbeat tune follows the success of the single ‘Hesitate No’ which featured on JuiceTV, C4, Alt TV, and spent nine weeks on the Kiwi FM Top 10. dDub are presenting the video through TV music channels on August 20th. The ’Making my way home’ video is a visual extravaganza produced by Auckland production house ‘Fish and Clips’ and features outstanding creative direction by Leah Morgan, the genius behind the dDub moth brand.
Just back from huge gigs at the Queenstown and Nelson Winter Festivals, dDub are about to launch the re-package of their Medicine Man album with bonus DVD. In traditional dDub fashion they will tour Nationally sharing the blistering live shows dDub are renowned for.
“Performing as part of the annual Winter Festival, dDubs irresistibly upbeat rhythms captivated the audience. During their two hour-long set, vocalist/guitarist Derek Browne and his charismatic instrumentalists gave an uplifting concert that had all the precise musicianship of their recorded works and twice the emotion. Truly dDub is a band best enjoyed live, having proven one of the country’s most accomplished acts time and time again at festivals such as Rhythm and Vines and Womad.” - Elle Hunt, July 21 2008