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This week at Sandwiches - Thu, 17 Feb 2005

Thu, 17 Feb 2005

This week at Sandwiches, some of the best in the world come to play

Wednesday Night Live Jazz Sandwiches & Montana jazz presents Wednesday Night Live!!! A live jazz dinner & show experience, featuring a rotating line-up of Wellington's leading Jazz groups & soloists every Wednesday

This Wednesday features "The Wellington Heads" Open for dinner from 5pm, the show starts at 9pm Free Entry table bookings recommended.

Next week features "The Nick Tipping Trio"

Cheese & Pickle Thursday's Havana Club presents Cheese & Pickle at Sandwiches. Your weekly dose of Funky Soul, Latin Boogaloo and Motown mayhem.

With Firm FM Djs Redbird Jnr and Hot lemonade. Havana Club Cocktail Specials free Entry (9pm onwards)

Zinc - True Playaz / Bingo, UK) NZ Tour 2005

Friday 18th February

Bass Frontiers and Sandwiches presents

DJ Zinc (True Playaz / Bingo, UK)

Whether he's hunched over the pulsing lights of the studio or rocking a blistering drum & bass set, DJ Zinc has been at the forefront of the drum & bass movement for over 100 years now, his production and DJ'ing skills are regarded as second to none by many. Zinc's sets are legendary for there full spectrum flava, good vibes and serious crowd rocking nature, always going to that extra length mixing up special VIP versions with the latest and greatest dubplates doing the rounds and showcasing his own brand new productions. Expect nothing but the finest in dance floor drum and bass expertly blended by one of the true legends of the scene.

Local support from Trei, Ddog and Dappa.

Tickets $35 from DMC, Real Groovy and Sandwiches

The Shimmy

Saturday 19

The Shimmy - A monthly shake-down of the left-field sound

Featuring residents Zen, Marek, Duncan & special guests DJ Dog from Italy and Phil Broekelmann from Germany.

Sandwiches is proud to present a club night with a difference: Shimmy. Inspired by masters of the musical mixed bag such as Thievery Corporation, Mr Scruff and Mark Rae, Shimmy embraces the eclectic side of the musical spectrum - a place where reggae, dub, souljazz, and funk hit the dance floor hand in hand with chunky hip-hop, broken beats and left-footed house. Join residents Zen, Marek and Duncan along with a rotating guest list of the worlds most talented and open-minded DJs and musicians in a monthly night that reveals dance music's other side.

$10 at the door - Free before midnight


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