State of Mind + Concord Dawn

. Malbas Flash Packers, Nelson

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Cream, AGWA & George FM Present

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State Of Mind + Concord Dawn

With Special Guest MC Woody

Support from

RYDR (Forte Music)

Joolz M Phonik

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State Of Mind

Hailing from Auckland, New Zealand, State of Mind are the duo of Stu Maxwell and Patrick Hawkins. Forming in 2005 they and have released 4 studio albums and 1 live album to date. Their latest album ‘Eat the Rich’ won 2014 Drum & Bass Arena album of the year.

The list of labels worked with reads like a who’s who of drum and bass. It includes Blackout, Eatbrain, BSE Recordings, Universal Records, Uprising, Shogun, Project 51, Viper, Subtitles, Eatbrain, FATE, Citrus, Bad Company, 31 Records, CIA and more. State of Mind are now signed exclusively to Black Sun Empire's flagship 'Blackout' label.

State of Mind are well known as the former hosts of the hugely popular ‘Next Level” 95BFM drum n bass show.

Concord Dawn

Concord Dawn (aka Evan Short & Matt Harvey) burst onto the New Zealand music scene back in mid 1999 with their unique high octane Drum and Bass sound. After a year or so of underground success they were courted by local electronic music label Kog Transmissions and released their first album Concord Dawn in July 2000.

After touring the album throughout New Zealand, they released their second album Disturbance in April 2001 and received "Best Electronic Album" and "Best Independent Release" at the 2001 bNet Music Awards. Following this they started working on their third album: Uprising. Tracks like "Morning Light" and "Don’t Tell Me" found very high international acclaim well before the album’s release. Uprising was released in New Zealand in September 2003 and reached gold sales status in three months, going on to eventually reach platinum sales in New Zealand.