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Midnight Marauders

Our new menu is up on our website; dial it up at http://www.matterhorn.co.nz Congratulations to DJ MU and his band Fat Freddys Drop, who's San Fran mastered and pressed vinyl EP "Midnight Marauders" will be fresh off the boat in the next few days. Copies are limited though, so get in quick. Look out for us about town at the Fringe Festival bar The Zap Club at St Johns from Valentines day... keep your ears to this email for more info.

TONIGHT: Thursday 31st - Expansions with b.lo

Join b.lo every Thursday for a showcase of highbrow dance music selections. From jazz to jungle, techno to two step, b.lo's bag is locked and loaded with the thinking peoples pleasures.

Friday 1st Feb- Mu and Vee

Slow it down for the weekend with a few Friday night drinks and entertainment hosted by two of the best music heads Wellington has to offer. Long time Matterhorn residents Mu and Vee whip up hip hop, funk, reggae, dub and a few oldies to thrill the ears. It's Friday, so forget about the rest and relax with the best.

Saturday 02/02/02 - Becks presents Recloose: joined this week by Clinton Smiley.

Join our internationally celebrated resident for a weekly mix-a-thon showcasing jazz, funk, dub, house, techno and more new genres than you can shake a tone arm at! Recloose is joined by local Matterhorn residents in an attempt to spread the knowledge and wealth of all involved. This shit is funky, so don't miss out. This is a FREE event.

Sunday 03 ­ The Matterhorn presents Gilles Peterson Worldwide

Gilles is the main man behind acid jazz label Talking loud, 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 6th Feb – Twinset

Three piece Twinset are back in session for another Wednesday 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. Twinset play a swinging selection of jazz and lounge classics teamed with a fair swag of their original tunes. It's fresh and fruity!

Thursday 7th - Expansions with b.lo

Join b.lo every Thursday for a showcase of highbrow dance music selections. >From jazz to jungle, techno to two step, b.lo's bag is locked and loaded with the thinking peoples pleasures.

Friday 8th Feb- Mu and Vee

Slow it down for the weekend with a few Friday night drinks and entertainment hosted by two of the best music heads Wellington has to offer. Long time Matterhorn residents Mu and Vee whip up hip hop, funk, reggae, dub and a few oldies to thrill the ears. It's Friday, so forget about the rest and relax with the best.

Saturday 9th - Andy and Koa

Join Roots Foundation Koa and Jewel School Andy for a worldly selection from Africa, London, The Continent and the America's.

Sunday 10th ­ The Matterhorn presents Gilles Peterson Worldwide

Gilles is the main man behind acid jazz label Talking loud, 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 13th - Jonathan Crayford and band

Crayford¹s band is a compound of experimental and traditional jazz styles. Joined by a myriad of Wellington's most talented jazz musicians, with the line-up changing every week, it's guaranteed FRESH!

all events are free unless otherwise specified

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