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Pacific Heights

Cinematic and smoky tones from the drum and bass pioneer.
By Sarah Murphy
June 28, 2016
By Sarah Murphy
June 28, 2016

New Zealand producer Pacific Heights has released his new album The Stillness and is bringing his cinematic and smoky tones to K-Road favourite, Neck of the Woods, to celebrate.

For those of you who aren't in the know, Pacific Heights is the solo project from Wellington-based songwriter and producer Devin Abrams. If you've heard of live drum and bass outfit Shapeshifter (you must live under a rock if you haven't) then you've already had a little introduction to Devin who was a founding member of the group.

His new solo album The Stillness pays homage to his musical history and lingers only long enough before it journey's into the future of progressive electronic music. Devin certainly knows what he's doing and so he should, he's been working on this project for twelve years now and left Shapeshifter in 2014 to devote more energy to the project.

Neck of the Woods is the perfect intimate venue with just enough attitude for a gig like this and when someone pours this much of their heart and soul into their work, you know it will be a good night.

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