Please note, this show has now moved to The Powerstation. For ticketing information, head to endeavour.live: https://www.endeavour.live/quix
Following a massive summer tour that saw him headlining festivals all across Aotearoa, homegrown hero QUIX is back for his biggest New Zealand tour yet. Bringing his iconic live show to cities all across the country, some for the first time in his career, these shows are not to be missed!
And for his hometown of Auckland, QUIX will be inviting some of his friends from across the ditch to raise the noise in the form of Australian leading producers HEIMANU and LUCILLE CROFT.
Heimanu first came to prominence as a Sydney-based producer with his official remix for RL Grime’s “UCLA”. Keeping up the momentum, Heimanu has since released on labels such as Sable Valley, DIM MAK, Lowly, NIGHT MODE, and Circus Records totaling 5M+ streams across all streaming platforms. He now has over 120k+ monthly Spotify listeners.
He is now known for his unique sound which he encapsulates under the genre ‘NuRave’, a mix of euphorically energetic builds, powerfully melodic drops, and lulling atmospheric breakdowns. He couples rave sounds with crunchy basses designed to give his emotional writing a darker edge. Matching these sounds with a futuristic and dystopian aesthetic, Heimanu wants to be your guide into the future unknown.
Let the name resonate through your mind. It’s the beginning of a new era, and this girl is leading the way. DJ, music producer, entrepreneur, model… she’s more than just a ‘threat’, she’s a game-changer.
Using music as a form of self-expression, she is the epitome of creative mentality, with a dark and electrifying musical auteur that you’ll find yourself addicted to, and lust for more.
Building up the reputation of a queen, both in-studio and on the stage, Lucille Croft has been leading an electrifying touring calendar all over Australia and internationally, including headline shows at HQ Complex, The Met, Ministry of Sound Club, and Marquee just to name a few, not to mention top billing at Singapore's It’s the Ship festival line-up for the last two years.