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Sandwiches brings you a Friday for the ladies.

Fri, 9 Jul 2004

Sandwiches brings you a Friday for the ladies. La Bella Featuring an all lady line up. Alita 1, Robyn, Agent 99, Gimpgirl, Shadowgirl, Amy, Ayna and hosted by MC Kyla $10 on the door - FREE for the ladies!!! This Friday the ladies will take over Club Sandwiches for a night of techno, electro, breaks, drum n' bass and total debauchery.

Continuing the success of L Bella Valentine, this gig will once again showcase the generally untapped pool of lady talent the city has to offer. The lounge will be held down all throughout the evening by selectors Amy and Mel dropping house and smooth grooves right up until 4 am when DJ Ayna will be rocking her slick, sexy brand of bootie bass hip hop.

This time round the main room will be warmed up by Robyn with her luscious House beats followed by Breaks fanatic DJ Gimpgirl who will be passing the baton to the Stereonasties - one of NZ's top techno duo's in the form of Shadowgirl and Agent 99. These girls have a reputation for slamming the dance floor via the success of the Fun Poison series - parties dedicated to pure hedonism and exceptional techno from around the world. To accessorize nicely, we finish with Alita 1 who successfully bent people's brains out of shape on her recent tour of the South Island with the Facecutter Crew. Completing the circle is your hostess with the mostess, resident Sandwiches M Sizzler, MC Kyla.

To instigate true bootie shaking action we at Sandwiches are welcoming all those of the female persuasion through our doors absolutely free. So, ladies get your groove on because this one is free to you - a lovely present from the Sandwiches crew. And boys, you know where the ladies are gonna be.

Saturday 10.

Breakbeat Suite returns with another very special guest following the success of Timmy Schumacher's latest visit to the suite. Skin Dr Beats Performing a Live Breakbeat set from stage. Along side locals, Dj Dickens, Bryce, Wade, Marek. $10 on the door. Up & Coming at Sandwiches. The long awaited return of Ebb | Live, with special guest Mu & Dallas from fat Freddy's Drop. Friday the 30th.


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