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See Art After Dark At City Gallery Wellington...

See Art After Dark At City Gallery Wellington...

Kia ora koutou,

City Gallery Wellington is again hosting its Late Night Sessions. Wander the current exhibitions in the convenient night-time and soak in the sounds of local electronic and experimental musicians:

Friday 15 October 8-11pm

MODULE

module delivers a tasty selection of dreamy atmospherics, big phat beats, pulsing basslines, trippy vocals and effects galore not to mention live 80's crazy keyboard solos, percussion, guitars, violins, and just about anything else that makes a noise always searching for the perfect beat...

Friday 29 October 8-11pm

FULL CHROME LOGIC

Featuring an array of devices and objects, some intended as musical instruments, others patently not, Full Chrome Logic creates music to accompany the strange beauty of urban atrophy and decay.

Bring your friends and hang about art.

ENDS

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