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The Upbeats, Roger Perry & Cuffy!

The Upbeats, Roger Perry & Cuffy!

This weekend at Sandwiches, Wellingtons premiere Entertainment

Venue... Friday Sandwiches and Loop Recordings are proud to present... The Upbeats A live showcase of their debut album out now! Along with DJ Sambora (Shapeshifter), DDog, MC Kyla & Megan $15 on the door from 10pm Saturday Sandwiches and Reliable Records are proud to present...

The Sun Valley Sound Tour With Roger Perry and Cuffy coming from Auckland to present the sound of the latest Sun Valley Sound compilation. $10 on the door from 10pm Sun Valley Sound 2 represents some of New Zealand's finest production talent including Dick Johnson, Soane, ReactorMusic, Reed & Radley, Subware, Cuffy & LeonD and also introducing new emerging artists Daniel Ward, Tim Richards and Craig Harris.

It's been Reliable Recordings primary aim to work with people who are fully committed to the development of a healthy and thriving House Music community.

All the artists on Sun Valley Sound Part 2 are active contributors to our local music scene and are the creative forces behind the Sinister Sound System, Electric, Black Vinyl, Home Made Productions and of course our own Reliable Recordings club night: Sun Valley Sound System!

Reliable's origins lie in the principle that if we work our talents collectively we can accomplish great things.

We have built up a solid core of people we work with regularly and it is our sole objective to release music by the cream of established and upcoming New Zealand producers.


To celebrate the launch of this cracking new chapter in the development of our New Zealand house scene the Sun Valley All Stars will be taking to the road for a series of release parties.

Also, Monteiths is now available on tap at Sandwiches. Come down tonight (Friday) ask for Jonnie, say you received this email and I'll shout you a Monteiths Golden or Original of our shiny new taps. See you tonight!!!

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