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Manitoba & Rotor Live From The Laptop @ Bodega

"a riot of delicate leftfield anarchy that steamrollers convention and redefines innovation" - The Face


the soft sell presents an evening of international electronica

Manitoba & Rotor + An electronic double bill Live from the laptop

At the *NEW* BAR BODEGA in Ghuznee street: [this coming] Wednesday, September 25th 2002 from 9pm

Get your ears ready for Canadian electronic artist and rockin' remixer Dan Snaith aka Manitoba sharing new Bodega ear-space with New Zealand electronic experimentalist Rotor + to present a hemisperical soundclash of heartybeats! With support from cuba st staple, DJ b.lo

$10 doorsales, limited capacity, be punctual! an early action weeknight show, music starts at 9, first live act on by 10pm!

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