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Happy Listings March 16 - 23

Happy Listings March 16 - 23


Wednesday 16th


Nights of the Flaming Anvil

Feat. Jonny "voice" Marks and band

An evening of doo-wop and don't-wop


Thursday 17th


A Low Hum

Feat. The Shocking Pinks and The Inkling


Friday 18th


Mr Sterile Assembly

Czech-bound punk operatics


Saturday 19th


This Night Creeps


Tuesday 22nd


Organic Produce

Music so fresh it has no name


Wednesday 23rd


Nights of the Flaming Anvil

Feat. short films from Mike Brown, Gyark Rollyat (Bel) and Jahne Kohlwaller (Den), Stephen Bain and others.


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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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