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It’s the Sandwiches Halloween Special

OOOOHHHHHhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!! It’s the Sandwiches Halloween Special

Featuring the Detroit Grand Pu Bahs This Saturday, the 30th of October 2004

The Detroit Grand Pu Bahs debut single “Sandwiches”, was a huge hit gaining worldwide notoriety in 2000. It was also one of the many influences on the name of our club.

Since then, they’ve been mentioned in URB’s next 100, Rolling Stone’s “Top Ten to Watch”, scored a pop hit in a number of countries and an underground classic worldwide. During the many hours in the studio on their second album release “Galactic Arse Creatures from Uranis”, they continue to do weird and wacky like shows, combining spoken word, and Paris’s skills as a DJ.

You’re sure to enjoy yourselves as we bring this seminal cult, electro-funk outfit down-under for Sandwiches – Halloween Special. There will be entry, drink and prize giveaways for those in costume – so dress up and be prepared for a different night out.

It will be fun… and kind of scary too. Sandwiches – 8 Kent Tce | Wellington With local Djs – Clinton Smiley | Marek | Ryan $20 Presale Tickets from Real Groovy | DMC | Sandwiches check www.pokerflat-recordings.com or www.sandwiches.co.nz for info.

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