Rhombus are a dub/drum n bass/reggae/roots band from Wellington, New Zealand.
They were formed in 2001 by Thomas Voyce and Simon Rycroft, later joined by Ahmen Mahal aka Imon Star and Koa Williams. The band has toured extensively in their native New Zealand along with a few international dates, notably in Japan and in Australia, playing twice at the Sydney Opera House in November 2004. Over the years they have performed with such acts as St Germain, Fat Freddy's Drop, Salmonella Dub, Michael Franti, Dry & Heavy, Trinity Roots, Gomez Kora, Shapeshifter, Katchafire and also performed at the Big Day Out 2006.
The band have also given their time to a number of causes including Greenpeace, Tsunami Relief, SurfAid International, the Cancer Society, and the Peace Boat. Their travels on the Japanese-based global NGO Peace Boat have taken them through the Caribbean, with the intent of "spreading the values of sustainability, co-operation and peace through music workshops from a chartered ship."
In 2003 they won three awards at the bNet NZ Music Awards for "Best Video", "Best Electronic Release" and "Best Album".

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