Lee Mvtthews - Re:Ori - Dunedin

. Union Hall , Dunedin

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Lee Mvtthews

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+ Support from Worthy, Shortball, Candyfloss and Yunglord

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Friday 10th July, 2020

UNION HALL
DUNEDIN

Tickets on sale tonight 7pm via The Ticket Fairy

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Lee Mvtthews:

Eventuating in Lee Mvtthews in late 2013. Since then, they’ve gone from strength-to-strength, gaining a reputation for turning out infectious tunes that pair colourful melodies with bass-driven drops.

Their debut EP, SILHOUETTES, was released in late 2017 and featured collaborations with well-known Kiwi acts such as Pieter T and TY. The record’s stand-out track, ‘Nothing To Lose’, featuring Jay Bulletproof and Marino Mariner, was a huge hit on George FM winning them Best Track of 2018 at the George FM awards.

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2018 the duo released 4 singles, ‘Stay’ Ft. Omega Levine, ‘Inside Out’ Ft. Watson, ‘Fool’, and ‘Let Me Go’ ft. Embher with three of them receiving music video funding from NZ on Air. The lads have also taken on remixes for NZ pop/hip hop sensation Kings and Perth drum and bass virtuoso’s Flowidus. Off the back of these releases and after a multitude of enthralling performances, the pair also won “Best Breakthrough Artist of 2018” at the George FM awards serving as a reminder as to why the duo is considered one of the hottest live dance acts on the scene right now.

Lee Mvtthews have become a favourite in the New Zealand festival circuit, playing regularly at the likes of Rhythm & Vines, Bay Dreams, Homegrown, Springbreak Fiji, as well as headlining shows up and down the country. In their hometown of Auckland, New Zealand their 'Lee Mvtthews and Friends' series has amassed attention, hosting Australian acts like Leotrix and Badrapper. In addition to this, they have become a go-to support act for an array of international talents, such as Slumberjack, Jauz, Sigma, Borgore, and more.

Earlier in 2019 the boys wrapped up a successful festival season after sets at Homegrown, Bay Dreams and Rhythm and Vines, before heading to their first Bush Doof at the end of March. The winter months saw them headlining shows up and down the country as well as playing support for Internationals & NZ heavy weights such as Shapeshifter, Luude, Svdden Death & Upgrade.

November 2019 marked the ultimate culmination of their incessant hard work and creativity - their debut album Bones. Written and recorded at Woodcut Studios, the making of Bones has seen Tom Lee and Graham Matthews build on the partnership they've developed as producers and over many DJ sets in the past seven years since Lee Mvtthews was born.

They ended 2019 with a bang, embarking on a seven date nationwide tour across the country to celebrate the release of their debut album, which closed out with a sold out show at Auckland's Studio, The Venue and quickly following on from that that with shows at the Rhythm & Alps warm up party, Rhythm & Vines, Bay Dreams Nelson, and Farm Dance in Whangamata.

2020 is set to be another stacked year for Lee Mvtthews with a number of collaborations in the works with some well-known international and New Zealand artists.

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