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Cruising For A Schmoozing This Weekend?

Well, don your winter woolies and head to the hottest haven in the capital for a schmooze and a booze!

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 in town for another spin, June 24th.and early next week... the monthly extravaganza that is.... Soul Emergency!

Monday 12th June - Soul Emergency This monthly residency concentrates on the blacker, soulful elements in a contemporary and historical fashion. Don¹t miss Toby Hornblower and Matt The Fonky Monk as they explore the soulful side of the dancefloor.

The Matterhorn For Booking info call Lily Ph: 021 2626 504 or email info@matterhorn.co.nz

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