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Peking Duk (Wellington)

San Francisco Bath House 171 Cuba Street, Wellington, New Zealand

Audiology presents Peking Duk

San Francisco Bath House | Wednesday June 25th | R18

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Spark up an electro fuse and a twist of house, blended with a galvanizing slowed down beat, and Peking Duk is served. Catapulting onto the Australian music scene, these Canberra bred commanders have brought to the table a little more than a knife and fork.

Recently voted In The Mix’s #6 DJ for 2012, this duo hurl into incoming tune traffic showcasing an onslaught of talent validated by enviable success from studio to stage. Supported by Tiesto, Steve Aoki and allies across the dance diameter, it’s no surprise when “I Love To Rap” hit buzz traps it shot straight to the ARIA Top 10 club chart and sizzled away for four weeks. Remixing Passion Pit too the groundbreaking draw card “Take A Walk” spiraling out of control attracting six digit views instantly.

Taking the stage from Parklife to Foreshore, hands are high with demand on the duo for Summer’s Stereosonic, Field Day and Falls Festival. Regularly attracting overseas pioneers its those like the Bloody Beetroots who have chosen Peking Duk to lead the support role for their upcoming 2013 Big Day Out side show run. With a vibe soaring offshore too, Asia has stepped it up a notch demanding showdowns of these two electronic rockets across South Korea, Thailand, Cambodia and South Korea, also the U.S.A is in their sight for 2013.

Always unique but as fresh as a cooling plate, it’s Peking Duk who still manage to heat it up with the anticipated release of ‘The Way You Are’ brewing Triple J’s request storm after the global premier nailed number one for flavour. With remixes from TAI, DCUP, Phantom’s Revenge and more, this pair are out of control delivering music that wallops sound systems from here to China. As the wise Tommy Trash once said; ‘Peking Duk not only tastes good but it sounds even better’.


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