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The Peacekeepers

The Peacekeepers

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When:

  • Sat 26 May ’18, 9:00pm – 3:00am

Where:

Malbas Nelson, 131 Bridge Street, Nelson

Restrictions:

R18

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $20.00

Nelson we're back & this time we're bringing a couple of NZ's favourite "Shapeshifter" boys with us!

Limited earlybirds from $15.

Lineup: The Peacekeepers

Support from:
Evil Empire
Benny Walker (George FM)
RYDR

The Peacekeepers
The Peacekeepers are a side project of Shapeshifter members P Digsss, Sambora & Nicky Research.

P Digsss, a punk metal, Prince loving misfit who found home at the skate park and behind the microphone before DJing, Snowboarding & Motorbikes took up way too much of his time.

Sambora, founding member of Shapeshifter and producer/multi instrumentalist, started his DJ career spinning DnB in Christchurch in 2001, before soon adopting a full spectrum genre palette.

Nicky Research, classically trained musician and fellow founding Shapeshifter member, Nick earned his pseudonym from countless hours in the lab researching and finding perfect dance floor mixes.

The partnership was born out of a mutual love for DJing and presenting dance floor crowds with influences, vibes, and booty shaking bass heavy grinders.

Countless worldwide shows later, the group’s original, dance floor only productions have crept into their sets, between a DJ selection that is guaranteed to raise eyebrows for its originality, whilst keeping the crowd amping.

Peacekeepers vast musical pedigree ensures their sets are diverse. With a focus on keeping the party jumping, the tempo shifts from deep grooves to cracked up adrenaline spiked stompers, with the members' strong Drum and Bass/ Jungle heritage also influencing proceedings.

Presented by: Cream

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