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Happy Listings Jan 26 - Feb 2

Happy Listings Jan 26 - Feb 2


Wednesday 26th



Aotearoa Global Fusion


Thursday 27th


The Crustaceans

Feat Jonathan Crayford


Friday 28th


Bleakhouse with Tunnel to the Sun


Saturday 29th


Ruffneck Souljah and Yardwise present

Guess Who's Back


Tuesday 1st Feb


Primitive Clique

Bassplayer Tim Jaray with Wellington's finest


Wednesday 2nd Feb


Audrey Chen (USA)

One of America's most vital musical adventurers

underground, corner Vivian and Tory Streets
PO Box 9069
+64 4 384 1965

presenting: improvised music, rock'n'roll, jazz, afrobeat, experimental
music, funk, dub, free jazz, turntablism, contemporary classical, noise,
punk, performance art, theatre, hip hop, reggae, electro-pop, folk,
minimalism . . . live music, live performance

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The Zero Hour - 89FM Sundays 12am onwards

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