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50Hz - Carbon Album Release Party – Nov 1st

50Hz - Carbon Album Release Party – Nov 1st

50Hz - CARBON ALBUM RELEASE PARTY

Bar Bodega

Friday November 1st

Wellington studio whiz Jeremy "50Hz" Geor is celebrating the recent release of his second album Carbon by stepping out for an all-too-rare live show at home town venue Bar Bodega this weekend. Like the album itself, the Carbon launch party will feature an impressive guest cast of singers and players from around the country.

50Hz live featuring:
Ladi6 (Sheelahroc/Verse 2)
Miss La (The Torch Set)
Pepsi Demacque (Wham!/Pepsi & Shirley)
Conrad Noema (Maia)
Lisa Tomlins (Ebb)
Rhian Sheehan
and an as-yet-unnamed turntablist also in the mix...


Support from epsilon-blue, Kora and DJ Koa (Roots Foundation) Presale tickets $10 from PlanetJack.com, Manners Mall

50Hz - CARBON (LP009) is in stores now! "Possibly the most beautiful investigation of the bass culture aesthetic ever to come out of NZ" - Vibe Listen and buy online: http://www.thegreenroom.co.nz/

http://www.50Hz.co.nz


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