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ReFuel bar events update


ReFuel bar events update

Hi all heres the latest Enjoy!!!!!

cheers Scott

Wed 30 July DJ Mango + Daddy Cool Loungearama/ Sifty Chris + the Gladeyes play live 9pm. Free. Pint night

Fri 01 Aug The Nomad Step 4TH album release tour with support from Special Kneads DJs

Sat 02 Aug SBK 5th Birthday Party: $7.00 Public/$5.00 Radones For 5 years SBK has been bringing the most upfront selection of drum n bass to the Dunedin massive. From early beginnings at Fusion SBK's expansion saw the leading djs & producers in the international scene make their way down south. What's more is that "subz n breakz", Radio One's weekly drum'n'bass injection is also entering its 5th season. So now its time to look back at all those heavy gigs....to bring the entire Dunedin drum'n'bass movement together for one night. Full line-up to be advised

Wed 06 Aug DJ Gaga-Deluxe w/- Euro weirdness / DJ Baden plays Reggae, Ragga, Dancehall. 9pm Pint nite. Free

Thu 07 Aug Ten Bands for No Bucks-Ride the next wave of hot new Dunedin sounds from 8.00pm FREE FREE FREE

Fri 08 Aug The Phat Controller. Drum + Bass Madness feat; Agents of apocalypse (Chch) DJ Phaze Mekaniks (USA) DJ Lo Phonix(Dndn) DJ Delex (Dndn) Hosted by MC Dutch courage $5.00/$3.00 10pm

Sat 09 Aug "FUNQ" presents "Sparkle" Dunedin's only regular Queer night. DJs, Performances, Friendly faces, Pool comp from 8pm

Wed 13 Aug Johnny fist (Hamilton) + Onanon (Dndn)play live plus DJ Mango + Daddy Cool Loungearama/ Special Kneadz DJs play Breaks + DnB. 9pm Pint nite. Free

Thu 14 Aug El Schlong + guests play live from 9pm

Fri 15 Aug Sola Rosa Album release party -guest DJs to be announced -He's sold over 5000 of his last LP so this is not to be missed people check out http://www.solarosa.co.nz its a wicked site.

Wed 20 Aug Missing Teeth (Akl) +Ritalin play live from 9pm Pint nite. Free

Thu 21 Aug Driveby comedy night. stand-up, theatresports, joke comp + more 8pm

Fri 22 Aug PACIFIER +FUR PATROL + 2 Lane Blacktop /After part feat Kitsch (Akl) free to first 400 Pacifier ticket holders

Sat 23 Aug Convergence Hard dance, Funk, Breaks, Hip hop, Drum n Bass from 10pm Full Line up to be announced

Wed 27 Aug Rhombus (Wgtn/Japan) play live from 10pm support from DJ Koa + guests

Thu 28 Aug 1QA (Wgtn) + guests play live from 10pm

Fri 29 Aug Alpha Cast + The Gladeyes + Hayman play live from 9.30pm

Sat 30 Aug Drum + Bass gig -details to follow

Wed 3 Sept Sommerset (Akl) play live with support from Ritalin. Free. 9pm. Pint night. Fresh back from their tour of Europe where they supported Wu Tang clan these boys are Hi energy Drive PUNK

Sat 6 Sept Kings high Schools Band nite -all ages and supported by OUSA + University of Otago. These kids are our musical future- get along and show your support From 5pm

Wed 10 Sept Flak + The Blistering Tongues play live plus DJ Mango + Daddy Cool Loungearama/ Special Kneadz DJs play Breaks + DnB. 9pm Pint nite. Free

Thu 11 Sept (YES ITS THE 9/11 GIG) 10pm Price TBA Blow your Headphones something wicked this way comes, yeah THE HERBALISER. The treasured sons of Ninja Tune that blew our minds back in 1998 are returning to our shores in September to bless us with a four decks'n'effects extravaganza. Jake Werry and Ollie Teeba (AKA The Herbaliser) are the biggest and purest of hip-hop artists on the prolific Ninja Tune label. Ninja Tune is hailed as one of the most groundbreaking and innovative of labels around today, why, because they give their artists freedom. Such artists as Coldcut (the founders of Ninja Tune), Mr Scruff, Roots Manuva and of course The Herbaliser have all flourished under Ninja Tunes constraint free, independent philosophy. Since The Herbalisers 1998 debut in New Zealand the boys have been busy, both in their studio and touring the world. The most recent fruit of their labour being the 2002 release of their forth album 'Something wicked this way comes', a deep rich and unique blend of jazz, funk, and soul.

Fri 12 Sept Resistance: MC Battles, wicked Hip Hop, Look out for special guests to be announced 9pm

Sat 13 Sept "FUNQ" Dunedin's only regular Queer night. DJs, Performances, Friendly faces, Pool comp from 8pm

Thu 18 Sept Driveby comedy night. stand-up, theatresports, joke comp + more 8pm

Fri 19 Sept THE Salmonella Dub after party Details TBA

Wed 24 Sept The D4 (Akl/World) + guests play live

Fri 26 Sept Degrees K + Ejector play live. Triumphant from their Aust tour where they played to RAVE REVIEWS, Degrees K bring it back home with support from EJECTOR who played the Welly True colours gig in May

Sat 27 Sept Convergence Hard dance, Funk, Hip hop, Drum n Bass from 10pm Full Line up to be announced

Wed 01 Oct Hay Man -Japanese Rock n roll covers band /Special Kneadz DJs play Breaks +DnB 9.30pm. Free. Pint night

Sat 04 Oct Mothra Nite of the stars

Wed 08 Oct DJ Mango + Daddy Cool Loungearama

Fri 10 Oct Foamy Ed (Akl) All girl Auckland PUNK + guests play live from 10pm

Sat 11 Oct "FUNQ" Dunedin's only regular Queer night. DJs, Performances, Friendly faces, Pool comp from 8pm

Thu 16 Oct Driveby comedy night. stand-up, theatresports, joke comp + more 8pm

In the "up and coming" bin this round are:

CONCORD DAWN: touring their new album -Early OCT

THE VERLAINES:touring their "best of" album -Late OCT

SHAPESHIFTER: touring their new album -Late OCT

STYLUS: touring their new album -Late OCT

As always...It's about the music

Enquiries/bookings as below:

cheers

Scott Strength thru diversity... Scott Muir Email: mailto:scott.muir@stonebow.otago.ac.nz

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