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Rain Or Shine... We Drink, We Dance, We Dine!

Well... We hope you have recovered from The Matterhorn birthday celebrations... we have a nice pile of noise complaints from the week and a fine array of blackmail photos...

Check out the 5 hour set from Chris Cox this Saturday, unless you work for Noise Control! Get out and about this week to brilliant local theatre, Faultline at Studio 77 or the last week of Young and Hungry at Bats, The City Voice charity preview of Gladitor, again the Wellington Film Fest and try one (or more) of our sumptious cocktails at The Matterhorn!

This week at The Horn

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.

Thursday 27th - Expansions with b-lo b-lo programs his ever popular Thursday night with intelligence and atmosphere. Hear the sauciest vinyl Wellington record bins have to offer from the most diligent and unassuming DJ in Wellington. Cerebral sounds for liberated feet.

Friday 28th - Mu & Zen Avoid the senselessness and experience the wonder of Zen and Mu relaxation every Friday night at the Horn. The downbeat dopplegangers are your key to beating the weeks¹ travail, beat the crowd and get there for a delicious early dinner, then the party arrives with the MU & Zen at 10pm. Vote for b-net Awards nominee MU.

Saturday 29th - The Jet Set presents Manuel Bundy Manuel transcends the label DJ as a consummate turntable percussionist and improviser. His DJ bag is packed with house, soul, drum and bass, hip hop funk, Latin which he blends together with a hip hop styling. He¹s a funky party guy and he plays all night long till we close at 3am...Vote for b-net Awards nominee Manuel Bundy .

Wednesday 2nd August- The Domestic Lounge - Twinset Twinset play live jazz the first Wednesday of every month as part of The Domestic Lounge. Let Twinset caress your mid week irk away to the tune of funky live lounge and jazz. If you haven't caught this funky doppleganger trio yet, do so. A recommended pick of the month.

and next week...

Thursday 3rd August - Expansions with b-lo b-lo programs his ever popular Thursday night with intelligence and atmosphere. Hear the sauciest vinyl Wellington record bins have to offer from the most diligent and unassuming DJ in Wellington. Cerebral sounds for liberated feet.

Friday 4th August - Mu & Zen Avoid the senselessness and experience the wonder of Zen and Mu relaxation every Friday night at the Horn. The downbeat dopplegangers are your key to beating the weeks¹ travail, beat the crowd and get there for a delicious early dinner, then the party arrives with the MU & Zen at 10pm. Vote for b-net Awards nominee MU.

Saturday 5th August- The Jet Set 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 Clinton Smiley & Grasshopper take the decks. The Jet Set check the mood and match it with a fine array of monster grooves

Wednesday 9th August - The Domestic Lounge with Jonathan Crayford Fresh from NYC Jonathan Crayford pops into the Matterhorn for a impromptu jazz session this Tuesday, join Jonathan and friends this night and again as they spice up next weeks Domestic Lounge with noodly jazz jams!

Also coming up... A mid winter warmer, Sola Rosa Live at The Jet Set... Saturday 12th August... and...Soul Emergency... Monday 14th August. I have a great Pic of Sola Rosa... for any interested media... get in touch.

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.

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