Sorry, this event’s been and gone

When:

Fri 24 Apr 2009, 10:00pm

Where: Revolver Bar, 54 Shotover St, Queenstown

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

Related Artists:

Listed by: SiKoz

Live 7 piece Harbour City Electric are taking their acid-funk and breakbeat soul sounds nationwide to celebrate the release of their debut EP this April!

The debut EP is out (on CD and digital) April 13th with gigs all over the country to celebrate:

April 15th- Napier: Cabana Bar, with Tropical Down Beat Orchestra
April 16th- Live-to-air: RedBull studio sessions via the Bnet (www.redbullstudio.co.nz)
April 17th- Leigh: Sawmill Café, with Mel Parsons and The Rhythm Kings
April 18th- Auckland: Khuja Lounge, with DJs Cian and Isaac Aesili (Open souls, Solaa)
April 23rd- Christchurch: Double Happy with Soul Providah, Partido and Sacha Vee(live)
April 24th- Queenstown: Revolver
April 25th- Dunedin: 12 Below, with DJ Dave Boogie
May 2nd- Wellington: Hope Bros, with The Nok (feat: Tyna) and DJ Redbird Jnr

Hailing from Wellington, Harbour City Electric are a live 7-piece band who have incorporated a diverse array of influences -ranging from Motown era funk and soul through to contemporary Hip-hop- to create their unique sound. Throwing synthesizers, tight horns, a kicking rhythm section and world-class vocals into the mix, Harbour City Electric have crafted their own unique style, which can only be described as Acid-funk and heavy break-beat soul.

April 13th sees the release of their first EP, with engineering by local legend Mike Gibson, mixing by Benny Tones (Electric Wire Hustle, Pacific Heights) at Newtown's Organik Muzik Workz and mastering by Dave Cooley (J Dilla, Madlib, D'Angelo) at Elysian Masters in Los Angeles. The EP features guest singer extraordinaire Lisa Tomlins (Fat Freddie’s Drop, Recloose, Rhombus) and 5 superbly crafted tracks, that will build on the bands already solid nation-wide following.