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Age Pryor with his band 'The Marvellous Medicine'

Age Pryor with his band 'The Marvellous Medicine'

Hi There,

If you are in Auckland don't miss Age Pryor and Marvellous Medicine playing with Gasoline Cowboy at The Odeon tomorrow night. And if you are Wellington this weekend then we have a plan for you. Check out Age Pryor at Happy (Starts at 9.30pm) and then wonder down to Sandwiches to check out Rhian Sheehan live (starts about 1am). All perfectly timed so you can enjoy two of our favorite acts on LOOP Recordings in one night :-) See below for details...

LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa in association with Media Technology present

Age Pryor with his band 'The Marvellous Medicine'

The Marvellous Medicine are.... Tessa Rain (City Chorus, Homerecordings) Mike Fabulous (The Black Seeds) Sam Scott (The Phoenix Foundation) Darren Mathiassen

AUCKLAND The ODEON Wednesday August 25th with GASOLINE COWBOY $10 on the DOOR

WELLINGTON HAPPY Saturday the 28th Support from Adi and Matt from Stylus 77 and singer songwriter Rob Hinkley. $15 pre-sales from Real Groovy and Chelsea Records

Limited edition 7" acetates with "Curious Boy" and "Best For You" available at the gigs.

42 Below, LOOP Recordings, Chelsea Records, and Sandwiches present:

Rhian Sheehan Live at Sandwiches

With Jeramiah Ross on keys, Vocalist Jess Chambers, and flute/koauau player Kirsten Johnstone.

With a solo set from electro whiz kid Module, and DJ's Recloose and Mu. Visuals by xulf and Mike Busy.

SANDWICHES Saturday August 28th $15 pre-sales from Chelsea and the CD Store Lambton Quay.


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LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa

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