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Hot bodies & hot toddys at the Matterhorn

Hot bodies and hot toddys at the Matterhorn (listings)

Listings for This Week 29 May - June 7th 2000

Wednesday 31st - The Domestic Lounge - With The Boz Roc players

The Matterhorn's local talent spices up the mid week with The Domestic Lounge This week check out the fresh reggae flavors, from DJs Duke Willis & Barney Ferarri of Boz Roc... Duke Willis has been causing a bit of a stir with his monthly residency at Toastie... check him out in the intimate surroundings at The Horn with his good mate Barney Ferrari of Dub Connection and Black Seeds fame.

Thursday 1st June - B-Low

B-Low is the vinyl virtuoso. Administering the cream in vinyl delights, from hip hop, drum and bass, rare groove and funky techno. A night of quality tunes dished up by this purveyor of interesting beats and pieces. B-Low, every Thursday at the Matterhorn.

Friday 2nd June - Mu & Zen

Friday night MU & Zen get the garden dancing to celebrate the weeks end. Duck in away from the madness and discover Wellington's best kept secret for Friday nights. Zen and Mu grapple with doppelganger beats every Friday night at The Horn.

Saturday 3rd June- The Jet Set - With mix-master Manuel Bundy

Mixing it up with the finest New Zealand DJs playing fresh off the boat tunes. This week The Horn provides Manuel Bundy, Manuel won Best Hip Hop DJ at the 99 b-net awards. Yet this Auckland mix-master will also be laying out a banquet of rare groove, soul, funk and house tunes for your listening pleasure. Manuel will be joined by MC Imon Star and no doubt a group of watchful trainspotters. This night is strictly international quality.

Listings for Wednesday 7th - Wednesday 14th June 2000

Wednesday 7th June

Twinset play live jazz the first Wednesday of every month as part of The Domestic Lounge. Let Twinset caress you mid week woes away to the tune of funky live lounge and jazz. If you haven't caught them yet, do so. A recommended pick of the month! Dj Daimon plays the Domestic Lounge Wednesday 14th.

Thursday 8th June - B-Low

B-low arranges his ever popular Thursday night with intelligence and atmosphere. Hear the sauciest vinyl Wellington record bins have to offer from the most hard working and unassuming DJ in Wellington. Duck in away from the madness and discover Wellington's best kept secret for Thursday nights.

Friday 9th June - Mu & Zen

MU & Zen, the bender twins indulge every Friday with a soundtrack to start your weekend right. Brewing up a veritable soup of slamming tunes. This grand duo deserve every bit of credit they get!. Zen and Mu grapple with doppelganger beats every Friday night at The Horn.

Saturday 10th June - The Jet Set

Clinton Smiley the resident expert with his trusty sidekick Grasshopper get the beats lined up for another great Saturday at The Horn. These party people check the mood and match it with a fine array of monster grooves, mixed mystically. The Jet set welcomes Manuel Bundy, back intown for another spin, June 24th.

Wednesday 14th June - The Domestic Lounge

DJ Daimon (aka The Nomad) drops in from his perpetual tour of the country... Lucky us the busiest man in New Zealand music drops in for another welcome Wednesday night of old and new school hip hop. Join Damon and guests as he rips it up, for another memorabe mid-week warmer!

The Matterhorn For Booking info call Lily Ph: 021 2626 504 or email

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