Leftfield are coming to New Zealand to play their classic debut album in full.
The British electronic act will play Leftism in its entirety at Auckland's Powerstation on January 30.
Leftism was heralded as a pioneering release for British dance music when it was released in 1995.
NME said "there's a scope and spirit, an energy and a madness to Leftism which'll make it one of the few dance derived that'll stay up there, bouncing around in the great echo chamber of futurity for years".
Q magazine called it "the first truly complete album experience to be created by house musicians and the first quintessentially British one".
Leftfield's show is part of a packed January for music lovers, with shows by SZA, Fleet Foxes, The xx, Vince Staples, Post Malone, Kelela, Lupe Fiasco, Roger Waters and the Laneway festival to look forward to.
Tickets go on sale on December 8, with a Frontier members pre-sale beginning on December 6.