BadBadNotGood Return To Australia This December

Monday 29 August 2016

BadBadNotGood Return To Australia This December

Off the back of the release of their latest full-length offering, IV, Canadian four-piece BadBadNotGood will again be hitting Australian roads this December, performing in Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane and Sydney before playing two consecutive performances in Melbourne.

Comprised of supremely talented musicians, BadBadNotGood continue to redefine improvised instrumental music and have advanced traditional Jazz into a whole new level. With giants in the game, including BBC broadcaster Gillies Peterson and Tyler the Creator, singing their praises, the band's progression into the mainstream across the globe has been well-fueled.

“Jesus Christ... the new BadBadNotGood album is unbelievably amazing.” – Gilles Peterson

Since meeting at Humber College where they all studied Music Performance, the group has already collaborated with artists such as Frank Ocean, MF Doom, Earl Sweatshirt, Ghostface Killah (Wu-Tang Clan) and way more. IV (out through Inertia Music) is no different and welcomes collaborations with Future Island’s Samuel T. Herring, Mick Jenkins as well as Canadian producer Kaytranada.

“The follow up continues that theme of genre-blurring… Innovative and imaginative, IV overflows with ideas throughout”, said The Guardian who gave the new album 4 out of 5 stars.

In addition to these headline sideshows, BadBadNotGood’s Australian return will see them perform at Disconnect and Meredith music festivals.

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