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Aequus Animus Tour: 10:32 🗓

Aequus Animus Tour: 10:32 🗓

Aequus Animus Tour: 10:32

7pm – late

Tickets: $15 waged/ $10 unwaged

https://www.undertheradar.co.nz/gig/74296/1032–Vikae–Ej-Barrett.utr

London-based artist, Bridget Walsh, brings her project 10:32 home to Aotearoa this Autumn to celebrate the release of the band’s new record, Aequus Animus. Joined on stage by local drummer, Jess Hix, this Aotearoa Edition of 10:32 brings the band’s neo-soul, future-jazz and rnb sounds back to the stage, hitting the road with VÏKÆ and EJ Barrett after a year of London lockdown.
** 10:32
** VÏKÆ
** EJ BARRETT
10:32 – @1032music
10:32 is the new project from London-based artist, Bridget Walsh, with Lyle Barton on keys, Radovan Brtko on drums and Digby Lovatt on bass Bridget is originally from Aotearoa, and has been touring with UK bands since 2013, taking the stage at a number of iconic global venues and festivals, including Glastonbury, Boomtown, Latitude, Subsonic and the Edinburgh Fringe. This will be her fourth NZ tour, with earlier credits including CubaDupa, San Fran, YOT Club and the Auckland Arts Festival.
Jess is a drummer and percussionist based in Auckland. She has toured nationally and internationally with a number of bands and groups, including The Backchat, Superhero Second Line, and Audio Farm, and is also a mentor for the Girls Rock! Camp Aotearoa. Her other musical credits include the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, Royal NZ Navy Band and Strike Percussion NZ.
For fans of artists including Hiatus Kaiyote, Kimbra, Erykah Badu and more, 10:32’s booty-shaking soul-pop explores elements of hiphop, jazz, breakbeat, drum & bass and neo-soul, but isn’t afraid of a good old fashioned breakdown, or an epic synth solo. The band debuted at the Isle of Wight Festival in 2018, followed by a headline tour of New Zealand and studio sessions, shows and festivals in the UK, NZ and the USA.
10:32’s new EP Aequus Animus is out March 2021, recorded at London’s Total Refreshment Centre and produced by London-based Melbourne producer, Lewis Moody (30/70, ZFEX), amidst the 2020 lockdown.
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VÏKÆ – @vikaemusic
Returning to Nelson after Bay Dreams in January, is industrial pop artist, VÏKÆ. Born in Ukraine, VÏKÆ and her family moved to New Zealand to seek refuge after The Chernobyl Disaster. Introduced to the beauty of music from an early age, VÏKÆ went on to study voice and jazz at The University of Otago, before becoming a resident vocalist of The Dunedin City Jazz Orchestra.
Now Auckland-based, VÏKÆ works as a recording artist and teaches privately in her home studio. Amassing over 350k streams (collectively amongst all platforms) she celebrates the release of her debut EP FINELINES. She is a self managed independent artist who creates all her own content, music videos and photo shoots, with vocals that have been compared to the likes of Imogen Heap, and Halsey.
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EJ BARRETT – @ej_barrettlive
EJ sings for social change, crafting soulful loops about adventures in polyamory and unconventional family structures as a queer neurodivergent millennial. Drawing inspiration from artists like Joss Stone, Regina Spektor, Rising Appalachia, Camille and Kimbra, EJ uses only vocals, body percussion and a loop station to create rhythmic layers of harmony.

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