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This week at Sandwiches, we are proud bring you…


This week at Sandwiches, we are proud bring you…

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 Nick Tipping Trio” Open for dinner from 5pm, the show starts at 9pm Free entry, table bookings recommended.

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)

Joe Ransom – Fabric London

Friday 15

Vladivar Vodka presents Joe Ransom – Fabric London

Featuring Dj Joe Ransom resident Hip-hop & Breaks DJ at renowned super club - Fabric London, with local Djs Charlie Diamonds, Marek and Bryce.

$20 Presale Tickets available from Real Groovy, DMC and Sandwiches.

Joe Ransom’s DJing is infectious. His blistering sets are packed with hot, heavy jams that you can’t stop nodding your head at, and moving your feet to. In a London weekend he might play five or six times, zipping around town from gig-to-gig, hitting the decks everywhere from Fabric’s main room to his friends’ flats. His sound - an upfront blend of hip hop, breaks, dancehall, pop, and Asian underground - was founded in The Big Smoke, but is welcomed worldwide. During the past year Joe opened for Basement Jaxx in Japan, toured Europe with the Plump DJs, and provided DJ support at Zinc’s album launches. Spin back four years, and Joe Ransom was promoting nights in Bristol, intent on moving to London and making things happen. Cut to the present, and you find a bulletproof DJ, budding producer, and one of FABRICLIVE’s key players. ‘FABRICLIVE 20’ is his first mix album.

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Transit

Saturday 16

S-ence & Sandwiches presents TRANSIT Featuring Matt Drake (Soul Sonic Productions / Crucial Records) One of Aotearoa's most dynamic and energetic DJs, Matt Drake has been a leading figure in New Zealand's techno and electro scene since the early '90s... His performance style is unique. Funky, eclectic and just plain dynamic - he DJs using techniques from Hip Hop style beat juggling, scratching and cutting to third turntable layering in addition to club styles. Matt's selection is focused on high tech future soul with a similar vein running through out - tough, funky, hypnotic and more than a little twisted. The inclusion of effects and drum machines only adds to the richness of each performance. Whether playing at massive out door festivals or intimate club events Matt Drake's performances are always electrifying, emotive, unique and powerful.

Main Room reinforcement from Cleo & Coda

$10 on the door

Tune to:
Extensions on Firm 107 FM, Thursdays 8-10pm Stereo Nasties on Active 89FM, Fridays 11pm-1am

Coming soon ...

Friday 22nd April - Reggae Fi Peach

Saturday 23rd April - Wall of Bass Technique NZ Tour featuring Timmy Schumacher and Baitercell

Sunday 24th April - Anzac Specail ‘P Bass Express [Live]’

Friday 13th May - Breaks Royale featuring Djs B-Line [Auckland] and Sean [Melbourne]

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Wellington

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