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This week and next week at The Matterhorn:

Wednesday 23rd - Ah Um

Local DJ, Ah Um produces The Zambesi Jewel School on Radio Active 89FM every Saturday with ZenŠ His favours are bent on Africa-jazz, ghetto funk and soulful instrumentals. Come check AH UM¹s nu urban jazz and soul spirit.

Thursday 24th Expansions with b.lo

B.lo plays intelligent dance music without the wankiness that infers. From techno soul to 2 step B.lo¹s Thursday is the real start of the weekend at The Matterhorn. This Bass Frontiers and Stereo Nasties resident plays a complex blend of soul and technology that goes beyond the surface of music for dancing. Head music is his speciality, you MUST check him out.

Friday 25th - Mu and Vee

The Matterhorn mainstay Mu owns The Matterhorn on Friday nights, showcasing his selection of fat funk, sticky reggae and laid back beats which wipe away a week of heavy city grease. Vee gets you moving on a Friday night, and his hip hop and black beat styles only compliment the way you're feeling, Cleanse yourself with Matterhorn funk. Black as!

Saturday 26th - Zen & Clinton Smiley

Schmooze Smiley before he heads off the NYC for two weeks for the Red Bull DJ academy, yip he's the NZ co-ordinator and damn, we're proud of him! Zen and Smiley make a perfect party pair with their deep house, soulful future funk and sleazy beats... git down at the Horn!

Sunday 27th - The Matterhorn presents Gilles Peterson Worldwide 6-8pm on Radio Active 89FM

Wednesday 30th - Ah Um

Local DJ, Ah Um produces The Zambesi Jewel School on Radio Active 89FM every Saturday with ZenŠ His favours are bent on Africa-jazz, ghetto funk and soulful instrumentals. Come check AH UM¹s nu urban jazz and soul spirit.

Thursday 31st Expansions with b.lo

B.lo plays intelligent dance music without the wankiness that infers. From techno soul to 2 step B.lo¹s Thursday is the real start of the weekend at The Matterhorn. This Bass Frontiers and Stereo Nasties resident plays a complex blend of soul and technology that goes beyond the surface of music for dancing. Head music is his speciality, you MUST check him out.

Friday June 1st - Mu and Vee

The Matterhorn mainstay Mu owns The Matterhorn on Friday nights, showcasing his selection of fat funk, sticky reggae and laid back beats which wipe away a week of heavy city grease. Vee gets you moving on a Friday night, and his hip hop and black beat styles only compliment the way you're feeling, Cleanse yourself with Matterhorn funk. Black as!

Saturday 2nd - Zen & Andy

Zen hosts pre-party flavours at the 'horn every Saturday night and he's joined by a bunch of cunning mixers with a flair for flash styles... this week join the fellow Jewel Schooler Andy as they get learned on yo ass with fresh future funk, soul and tasty tempos. warm up for a party at the horn or stay till closing with our 'up for it' DJ duos.

Sunday 3rd - The Matterhorn presents Gilles Peterson Worldwide 6-8pm on Radio Active 89FM

Wednesday 6th - Twinset late night sessions (from 11pm)

Those funky little monkeys Twinset are back for another Wednesday session of lounge and jazz masterpieces. You won't see a better looking jazz band in Wellington and naturally they fit right in down at The Matterhorn in their groovy zoot suits. Twinset play a swinging selection of jazz and lounge classics teamed with a fair swag of their original tunes. It's toe tapping.


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