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Ollo - Systematic - James duncan: The Odeon Lounge

For your delectation we present...

James duncan
The Odeon Lounge
5/3 Mt Eden Rd
(Corner Symonds St)
Phone: 09-309 6336
Saturday November 1
$5 on the door

Hailing from Sydney via Switzerland and the UK, ollo released their debut album "Sleeper" last year. The press called the album "sublime and satisfying", "an album to get excited about". "an amazing sonic journey", "aural alchemy", "diverse and compelling" and "nothing short of great, great record." They have been compared to Herbert, Boards of Canada, Manitoba and Prefuse 73 to name a few. Ollo toured Australia and the USA supporting Neotropic (Ninja Tune and Mush) and recently returned from a tour of Europe. If you missed their show in Auckland earlier this year, don't miss this one.

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