The Critical Music boss will play shows in New Zealand and Australia this week.
UK drum & bass DJ Kasra will make his way to New Zealand and Australia this week.
Since establishing his Critical Music imprint back in 2002, Kasra has become a key player in the international drum & bass scene. The label, which was RA's Label of the Month in May of last year, is home to artists like Marcus Intalex and Calibre, and avoids sub-genre categorisation since, as Kasra explains, "for me it's purely defined by tempo." His recent Fabriclive mix was praised for its variation and cohesiveness, showcasing a selection of his label's output and illustrating his broad range of influences.
Kasra's trip to the Tasman will consist of eight shows in two weeks, all with label mate Sabre, with the pair having already played in Dunedin and Auckland. He heads to Coniston Lane in Brisbane on August 4th, with a show at Adelaide's HQ Complex the following evening. Phoenix Bar in Sydney will open its doors to the Londoner on August 9th, then Melbourne's Roxanne Parlour on the 10th and Perth's Shape Bar on the 11th.