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Thank you for all in attendance on Wednesday night at the fourth Birthday, there was a fair bit of helium madness, bum rushing, slip sliding, garden dancing, drink spilling, band jamming and extreme lay-backing, so thanks to all who made it a most memorable night.

National Radio fans would have heard Jonathan Crayford on Kim Hill last week talking about acid jazz, drugs and jamming and it seems our great mate and Matterhorn supporter Deb Morris has got herself in a bit of trouble being honest about wanting to smoke a joint after work, if you see her give her your big ups for being honest and representing the squillions of responsible recreational smokers out there!

And for those of you who missed the birthday, you'll be pleased to know we kept the music loud and pumping right through till the final noise complaint at 3am. Also music lovers can buy a copy of Fat Freddys Live at The Matterhorn from 106 Cuba Mall, this is a limited release so be quick!

We Love the weekends!!! Matterhorn DJs Radio Shows on Radio Active 89fM

Blo - Future Funk Friday 9-11pm Stereo Nasties Friday 11-1am Clinton Smiley and Zen - The Floor Thursdays 7-9pm MU and Vee - The Friday night Flava Friday 7-9pm Zen and Andy/Ah Um - The Jewel School Saturday 7-9pm

this week at the horn...

Saturday 21st- Zen and Maria Check out West London styles sound, afro Cuban rhythms, salsa, jazz breaks, house beats and more butt wiggling styles than you can wiggle a butt at! This Week: Maria in the mix at the Matterhorn, her monthly session of sweet beats, the best of international house styles and fresh, fresh vinyl!

Sunday 22nd July - The Matterhorn presents Gilles Peterson Worldwide I gotta say WE LOVE GILLESŠ he does pretty well for an in demand international DJ, who attends all the best festivals in the world as well as playing a weekly club night in London, and to top that all off, his Worldwide show plays weekly on BBC¹s Radio One and he records a special version for us. He has long been respected by hip hop and drum n bass artists, while the new breed of garage and house acts cite him as a major influence. Tune in to Gilles Peterson Worldwide 6-8pm on Radio Active 89FM presented by The Matterhorn.

Wednesday 25th July - Jonathan Crayford Crayford¹s band is a compound of experimental and traditional jazz styles. Praised for his work in New York playing with afro Cuban percussionist Tito Puente and the man, James Brown, he is now enjoyed in Wellington, playing twice monthly at The Matterhorn. Crayford has assembled a selection of Wellington¹s finest musicians for jam style sessions.

Thursday 26th Expansions with b.lo This Bass Frontiers and Stereo Nasties resident plays a complex blend of soul and technology that goes beyond the surface of music for dancing. Voted by Matterhorn staff as DJ most resembling a socialist dictator B.lo is super serious about his music which means anything from rare jazz, indie, soul, electronica, breaks etc, head music is his speciality.

Friday 27th - Mu and Andy I saw your momma at the horn on Friday nightŠ Give it up for a kaleidoscopic blend of hip hop, future funk, soul and other fat back beats baked to perfection by Roots Foundation founding member, Fat Freddys front-man and Fonky Monk Mu, this week only flanked by Jewel Schooler Andy, with his big black bag of big black records. This will be another funky Friday!

Saturday 28th- Zen and Steve Ussher Check out West London styles sound, afro Cuban rhythms, salsa, jazz breaks, house beats and more butt wiggling styles than you can wiggle a butt at! This Week: Manuel Bundy protege and all round nice guy Steve Ussher joins Zen for some styling tunes, the styles you scream for!

Sunday 29th - The Matterhorn presents Gilles Peterson Worldwide I gotta say WE LOVE GILLESŠ he does pretty well for an in demand international DJ, who attends all the best festivals in the world as well as playing a weekly club night in London, and to top that all off, his Worldwide show plays weekly on BBC¹s Radio One and he records a special version for us. He has long been respected by hip hop and drum n bass artists, while the new breed of garage and house acts cite him as a major influence. Tune in to Gilles Peterson Worldwide 6-8pm on Radio Active 89FM presented by The Matterhorn.

Monday 30th July - A Soul Emergency featuring Toby Nairobi and special guest Bryn Tilly Yay, the midweek winter soul fest is back, a monthly session of sweet soul and dancing in the Matterhorn gardens, this session was an absolute hit last time we ran it. So get off yo' asses, and out from in front of the television and go have a couple of night caps and get in the soul groove! from 9.30pm.

Wednesday 1st August 2001 - Twinset late night session 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.

Thursday 2nd Expansions with b.lo This Bass Frontiers and Stereo Nasties resident plays a complex blend of soul and technology that goes beyond the surface of music for dancing. Voted by Matterhorn staff as DJ most resembling a socialist dictator B.lo is super serious about his music which means anything from rare jazz, indie, soul, electronica, breaks etc, head music is his speciality.

Friday 3rd - Mu and Andy I saw your momma at the horn on Friday nightŠ Give it up for a kaleidoscopic blend of hip hop, future funk, soul and other fat back beats baked to perfection by Roots Foundation founding member, Fat Freddys front-man and Fonky Monk Mu, this week only flanked by Jewel Schooler Andy, with his big black bag of big black records. This will be another FUN FRIDAY.

Saturday 4th- Zen and Maria Check out West London styles sound, afro Cuban rhythms, salsa, jazz breaks, house beats and more butt wiggling styles than you can wiggle a butt at! This Week: Maria in the mix at the Matterhorn, her monthly session of sweet beats, the best of international house styles and fresh, fresh vinyl!

Sunday 5th - The Matterhorn presents Gilles Peterson Worldwide I gotta say WE LOVE GILLESŠ he does pretty well for an in demand international DJ, who attends all the best festivals in the world as well as playing a weekly club night in London, and to top that all off, his Worldwide show plays weekly on BBC¹s Radio One and he records a special version for us. He has long been respected by hip hop and drum n bass artists, while the new breed of garage and house acts cite him as a major influence. Tune in to Gilles Peterson Worldwide 6-8pm on Radio Active 89FM presented by The Matterhorn.

Wednesday 8th August 2001 - Jonathan Crayford Crayford¹s band is a compound of experimental and traditional jazz styles. Praised for his work in New York playing with afro Cuban percussionist Tito Puente and the man, James Brown, he is now enjoyed in Wellington, playing twice monthly at The Matterhorn. Crayford has assembled a selection of Wellington¹s finest musicians for jam style sessions.

coming soon: Stinky Jim guests at Expansions.


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