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50Hz/Rhian Sheehan/Ekto live in Wellington


50Hz/Rhian Sheehan/Ekto live in Wellington

LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa presents another star-studded evening of live electronic music, featuring 50Hz and Rhian Sheehan (both with special guests) and prolific local house producer Ekto...

50Hz

Wellington studio whiz Jeremy "50Hz" Geor performs live in Wellington for the first time since his star-studded Carbon album release show in November. Expect another excellent evening of entertainment with special guests including Ladi6 (Sheelahroc/Verse2), Miss La (The Torch Set), Conrad Noema (Maia), turntablist DJ Shan and others.

50Hz - Carbon album available now: http://www.thegreenroom.co.nz/shop.cfm?layout=showProduct&showProduct=18

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Rhian Sheehan

Soon to begin work on his second studio album, Rhian Sheehan returns to the stage to perform new tracks and favourites from his debut album Paradigm Shift, with help from stunning local singer Lotus and ambient instrumentalist Hummel.

Rhian Sheehan - Paradigm Shift album available now: http://www.thegreenroom.co.nz/shop.cfm?layout=showProduct&showProduct=3

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Ekto

A favourite from his regular appearances on LOOP compilation CDs (check "Never Gonna Lose (That Feeling)" on LOOP Select 004), Wellington tech house producer Ekto steps out for an all-too-rare live set, spinning selections from his own extensive body of original tunes.

LOOP Select 004 compilation available now: http://www.thegreenroom.co.nz/shop.cfm?layout=showProduct&showProduct=20

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PATTERNS IN TIME

50Hz live (with Ladi6, Miss La, DJ Shan and guests) Rhian Sheehan live (with Lotus and Hummel) Ekto live

with support from DJs Mike Busy and Lesa B and widescreen visuals by FluxU8

Bodega, Wellington Saturday February 22nd

$15 presale tickets from PlanetJack.com, Manners Mall $20 on the door --

Andy Mitchell Promotions Manager

LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa http://www.loop.co.nz

Listen and buy online: http://www.thegreenroom.co.nz

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