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On Friday October 27th Christchurch's Capital Bar will have the pleasure of hosting HOWLOWEEN, a halloween inspired evening with some of Auckland and Wellingtons finest.... entry a mere $5...

Disasteradio (Well) retro synth, computer and video-game obssessive.. a one man rave maker

Super Force (Ak) Solo project of the infamous Chris Cudby, better known through Aucklands avante art noise band Golden Axe. Mirror Ball Crash helmut incuded!

Goodbye Galaxy (Well) Solo controller of various mystery boxes and electronic gadgets. Guitar, keyboard and vox combine to create an electic hybrid of metal, techno and punk

Frase and Bri (Chc) Synth pop lovesongs.. sickly sweet halloween treats....

DJ Stevie Kaye (Ak) In our books he's the best music writer in NZ. Stevie Kaye could go any way... whether it's dance, punk, acid, soul, techno.. expect rarities!!!.. whatever, this boy is soooo eclectic..and like.. soooooo amazing!

DJ Scissor Kick (Ak) Fresh from playing Berlin Clubs for the last year... surpise treats with minimal beats

DJ Jules (Chc) - Dark minimal techno delights!

Not So Experimental (Chc) Our own angry young hardcore kids!

Get Set Play (Chc) More saccharine drenched synth pop... solo project of The Tiger Tones frontman Mark.

Pig Out photographers will be snapping the event for Pavement Magazines who's who social scenester pages!.. Make sure you look suitably HOWLOWEEN!!!!!


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