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Ali B likes Fried Chicken?


Ali B likes Fried Chicken?

Join the Fried Chicken Sound System as they welcome one of Auckland's hottest upcoming hip hop crews the Insomniacs.

Part of the Breakin Wreckwordz collective Insomniacs are renowned for their enegetic live performances and thought provoking, honest and witty lyrics. Emcee's Tourettes (NZ battle for supremacy national champion) and Muse feature heavily on the upcoming Breakin Wreckwordz self titled compilation LP (May 3rd) and are looking to have the debut Insomniacs LP 'Hand-me-down Pimps' drop in august.

The group has been around for some three years now and have undergone a few line-up changes. The song 'Hey Kids' was nominated for a B-net in 2002 and currently 'Superheroes' has been recieving love on the charts nationwide. Definatly ones to watch.

Check out the live hip hop vibes at sandwiches we also gonna be runnin the usual Fried Chicken trademark mash up of hip hop, dancehall, dirty south, drum and bass, jungle and whatever else tickles our fancy.

"THE CHICKEN BROKE MY WRECKWORDZ!"

FRI 26 MARCH SANDWICHES

$10 ON THE DOOR

INSOMNIACS (LIVE), DDOG, KAVA, MAREK AND SOLID WAX http://www.breakinwreckwordz.com/

And on Saturday. Ali B is Fabric London's headline Breaks resident - he is renowned for his energy on the decks, the concentration on the quality sounds going out the dance floor. For those of you who consider yourself purists of "cutting edge" music, be prepared for a lesson on how it's done! Ali B is her for one New Zealand show only, in honor of the Monkey Business 2nd Birthday. SAT 27 MARCH SANDWICHES

$15 PRE-SALE TICKETS from Sandwiches, Real Groovy Records, Chelsea Records, Firm Records & DMC Records

RYAN | BRYCE | WADE http://www.fabriclondon.com/ And on Sunday. The 3rd Sunday Jazz Revue, following the success of the Nina Simone and Billy Holliday tributes, Afronesia is proud to present. A tribute to Ella Fitzgerald Hosted by Sheba Williams & Deva Mahal Featuring a selection of Wellington's best Jazz performers and special guests A perfect occasion to try our NEW MENU from Chef David Pask (the creator of them menus at Hummingbird & The Establishment) SUN 28 MARCH SANDWICHES

$10 ON THE DOOR Sandwiches 8 Kent Terrace Wellington 04 385 7698 http://www.sandwiches.co.nz/

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