18 Apr 2021
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Having roamed the globe and cruised along the road less travelled, The Nomad is set to finally return to New Zealand bringing with him a bag of boundary-pushing new tunes and an exciting line-up to perform them live.

His latest offering Perilous Times is set for release on Monday 11 July and to launch the album, The Nomad will be touring throughout the country during late July - August. Most shows will feature the talents of MC Rayjah45 & Caroline Agostini who both guest on the new album; while an impressive line-up of local homegrown support acts will be thrown into the mix along the way.

It's been six years since The Nomad's last album and rest assured, it's been well worth the wait. His latest offering Perilous Times sees The Nomad (aka Daimon Schwalger) keep things fresh, as he takes off on a new tangent by blending signature sounds of reggae, drum & bass, jungle and electronica but crafting it with a particularly dubstep focused lean.

Through the creation and celebration of independent music, The Nomad, shares the story of his journeys. Having spent more than two decades behind both the decks and at the controls, Daimon is now the master of his own production studios, Fresh Audio. A crispy mix of musical talent, he's released five albums to date with his sixth, Perilous Times set to drop through ForeignDub records this July 2011 - both digitally and physically in all good record stores.


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