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This Week At The Matterhorn

Wednesday 27th - The Domestic Lounge -Involve Records special. Featuring live electronica from Patio, Jet Jaguar, Aspen and Mandrake. Celebrate the release of Mandrake's 'shake your space traveller' CD and the new Aspen album 'music from passing cars'. Both CD's will be available for 20 dollars in limited numbers. Aspen is leaving for the big wide world, so catch him while you still can, this is his last Wellington appearance.

Thursday 28th- Expansions with b-lo Drum and bass, electronica and other scintillating dance styles that bring dance music closer to art. Join b-lo for a cultivated and cultured weekly session of brain food from the most diligent and unassuming DJ in Wellington. Cerebral sounds for liberated feet.

Friday 29th - Mu & Zen Fresh from his Friday night flava on Radio Active 89FM, Mu teams up with his long time buddy Zen (of the Jewel School) for a merry night of booty slapping tunes. The downbeat doppelgangers are your key to beating the weeks¹ travail, Come early for a delicious early dinner, then the party arrives with the MU & Zen at 10pm.

Saturday 30th ­ The Late Show with Vee and MU This Late Show presents a one off line up off Mu and Vee, also known as The Friday Night Flava on Radio Active 89fmŠ Join them for a souped up and styling night of toasted tunes.

Sunday October 1st Gilles Peterson's Worldwide radio show bought to you courtesy of The Matterhorn, Every Sunday night from 5-7pm on Radio Active 89Fm

Wednesday October 4th ­ The Domestic Lounge with Twinset Twinset play live jazz the first Wednesday of every month as part of The Domestic Lounge. Let Twinset caress your 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.

Thursday 5th- Expansions with b-lo Drum and bass, electronica and other scintillating dance styles that bring dance music closer to art. Join b-lo for a cultivated and cultured weekly session of brain food from the most diligent and unassuming DJ in Wellington. Cerebral sounds for liberated feet.

Friday 6th - Mu & Zen Fresh from his Friday night flava on Radio Active 89FM, Mu teams up with his long time buddy Zen (of the Jewel School) for a merry night of booty slapping tunes. The downbeat doppelgangers are your key to beating the weeks¹ travail, Come early for a delicious early dinner, then the party arrives with the MU & Zen at 10pm.

Saturday 7th­ The Late Show with Vee and Clinton Smiley. The Late Show is The Matterhorn¹s Saturday night directive. Join our host Vee and a superb roster of local and national guests for Saturday night frivolities at The Horn. Join this weeks Late Show DJs, who bring a swag of vinyl delights to help relax your body and soul. From hip hop, house, bass and groove The Late Show¹s residents are a dedicated crew of vinyl junkies, committed to keeping the floor filled.

Sunday October 8th Gilles Peterson's Worldwide radio show bought to you courtesy of The Matterhorn, Every Sunday night from 5-7pm on Radio Active 89Fm

Monday 9th ­ Monteiths presents A Soul Emergency The super funky stylings of Toby Nairobi and the fonky Matt take to the turntables with hip swinging, suit wearing elegance! Join the Soul Emergency regulars for this intimate and well kept secret night of garden dancing. Shake your funky fritta.

Wednesday 10th ­ The Domestic Lounge with Jonathan Crayford. Catch Jonathan Crayford¹s worldly jazz bake. Experience a live encounter full of the tangy jazz flavour the Jonathan is known for. Join Jonathan and friends as they spice up the Domestic Lounge with noodly jazz jams.

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