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Matterhorn This Week - Sky High Hi Fi

Sky high Hi Fi

The Matterhorn peaks again next week, and being as we are ambitious mountaineers, instead of just a birthday celebration, we are having FIVE!!!

The actual party is Wednesday 12th... but every night during the birthday week is DJ resident based, but bigger and better than ever, killers come on Thursday with the Bass Frontiers excursion and the grand finale Saturday nights ŒRnB Joint¹! p.s If you haven¹t got your invite pop down to the horn and pick one up.

Here's the listings for this week at The Horn!

Three & Easy - The Matterhorn 3rd Birthday week

Wednesday 12th - Three and Easy, invite party The Official Matterhorn birthday bender!!! Residents and guest percussionists join forces to form The Matterhorn All-Star band lending themself to drinking, dancing and dining.

Thursday 13th - b-lo presents Soul In Motion A new Bass Frontiers experience. Starring b-low, Sean and guest MCs. Exploring the ever-expanding genre that is drum and bass, Matterhorn resident b-lo & fellow Bass Frontiers crew member DJ Sean offer variations on the theme for your listening and dancing satisfaction. Joined by MC Dallas, expect only the finest beats, breaks and electronics.

Friday 14th - Make mine a Triple A cocktail of downtempo, funk, soul and rare groove, starring The Downbeat Daddys - Mu & Zen the kings of cane will be joined by guests Ron Rico and the rest of the cake.

Saturday 15th- The Jet Set Presents An RnB Joint Featuring spinners Puff Smiley, Vee la Roc, Zen Doggy Dog and Big Daddy MU... A night of old skool, nu skool and high skool hip-hop, RnB and booty bass. Brought to you by the four of the nastiest butt-shakin', booty quakin', speaker phreakers in this town... The grand finale, or the birthday party yo' momma never let you have.

and next week...

Wednesday 19th - The Domestic Lounge - The Boz Roc This week check out the fresh reggae flavors, from DJs Duke Willis & Barney Ferrari of Boz Roc... Duke Willis and Barney Ferrari steal the show at The Domestic Lounge once a month with their winning smiles and pert tunes. forget about the chores and the television and get down to The Boz Roc.

Thursday 20th - Expansions with b-lo b-lo 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.

Friday 21st - Mu & Zen Avoid the senselessness and experience the wonder of Zen and Mu relaxation every Friday night at the Horn. The downbeat dons are your key to forgetting the weeks¹ woes, beat the crowd and get there for an early dinner, then the party arrives with the DJs at 10pm.

Saturday 22nd - The Jet Set - Featuring Chris Cox The Jet Set specialises in tasty tummy toning tunes, your hips will be swinging before you know it, the freshest imported and local vinyl mixed deftly by New Zealand's best disco jacks! This week The Jet set welcomes rising DJ star Chris Cox and his jacking house b-sides. Don¹t miss Chris.

Wednesday 26th - The Domestic Lounge - Welcome back Koa Welcome back Koa, who has spent the last month cruising Europe, he's back in full force with heaps of fresh and funky tunes, catch this laid-back maestro and his full figured New Yorica styles.

The Matterhorn is open daily from 11am-3am. We serve snacks, lunches, meals and coffee plus a fine selection of local and imported beers, wines, malts and killer cocktails. We are located at 106 Cuba Mall, Wellington. For bar bookings PH: +64 4 3848918

All entertainment at The Matterhorn is free, unless indicated otherwise.

The Matterhorn 106 Cuba Street

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


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