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De La Soul Album Release Party

The Matterhorn in Cuba Street, Wellington is proud to present a De La Soul album release party, This Saturday 2nd of September!

Be at The Matterhorn from 10pm for a twisted night of old and new school hip hop flavors, featuring our new Jet Set resident Vee and award winning Wellington turntablist DJ RAW!

Copies of the album will be given away on the night, you must be in to win!

Celebrate the genius of De La Soul, and their long awaited new LP Art Official Intelligence. The album itself features 17 trademark De La Soul tracks with superb production and typically solid lyrical content. Phil from Beat Merchants says "Essential"

This Saturday 2nd September!

all events at The Matterhorn are free unless indicated otherwise

The Matterhorn 106 Cuba Street

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

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