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Sandwiches, it’s all on for autumn!

19 April 2005

Sandwiches This week at Sandwiches, it’s all on for autumn!!!

Tonight –[Sa:ke] Live at Sandwiches Tuesday 19th of April Sandwiches hosts a Live Dinner & Show featuring “…a gutsy blues piano and a whiskey drowned voice…” Open for dinner, snacks or just a drink, 3pm till late Show starts at 7pm, $10 at the door

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.

Thursday in the Lounge… 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)

Thursday in the Club… Munt FM LIVE Thursday 21st April

Sandwiches & Kandis present

Munt FM LIVE

Music…The Final Frontier. This is the maiden voyage of “MUNT FM: Live!” It’s mission: to seek out new sounds and new levels of bass; to explore strange new breaks; and to boldy go where no radio station has gone before…to Sandwiches!

Crewed by Wellington’s hottest student Djs, “MUNT FM: Live!” will take you to the outer limits of the multiphonic universe and back again, with a full range of in-flight refreshments.

So set your phases to groove and head down to Sandwiches for an evening of cosmic Drum & Bass and Breaks, brought to you by Wellington’s only student radio station, MUNT FM! It’s people like you, playing music you like. Experience MUNT FM’s Djs on New Zealand’s phattest sound system.

MUNT FM: The Soundtrack to student life.

Club opens at 10pm – Drink specials – Free entry

Reggae fi Peach Friday 22nd April All are welcome to celebrate the life and untimely death of Blair Peach.

Sandwiches is proud to present a night of top reggae to commemorate to anniversary of the death of New Zealander Blair Peach at the hands of the UK Police on April 23, 1979.

Blair was a special needs teacher in East London, where he had taught since his arrival in England in 1969. He was an active Human rights campaigner and a member of the Anti Nazi League. He was attending a Anti Nazi demonstration in Southall in West London where over 2500 Police officers from the “Special Patrol Group” were deployed to protect a mere two dozen National Front members. The police occupied the heart of Southall and engaged in an orgy of racial abuse and vicious violence resulting in the death of Blair Peach and the serious injury of many others.

“DA SPECAIL PATROL DEM A MURDERER”

Blair Peach’s death caused a huge uproar in the UK and prompted Linton Kwesi Johnson to pen the angry activist chant of “Reggae Fi Peach” which drips with rage, disillusionment and vengeance. No police officer has ever been charged for Blair’s death.

Sandwiches would like to provide a scintillating night of fine reggae, dub and dancehall in Blair’s remembrance.

The players on the night are:

Manray (Vital Sounds, Spice Traders) Dj Art (Yardwise, Tu Faan Express) The Spotlight Kid (Spice Traders) Mc Ras Stone (Vital Sounds)

Friday April 22 - 11pm till late

$10 on the door

Wall of Bass Technique NZ Tour Saturday 23rd of April

Sandwiches is proud to host the

Wall of Bass Technique NZ Tour

Featuring Timmy Schumacher and Baitercell, along side local technicians MC Kyla, DJ Raw, Agent Alvin and guests.

For "The Wall Of Bass Technique" Chris "Baitercell" Chetland (NZ’s top mastering ears and co-founder of Kog Transmissions) and Timmy Schumacher (NZ’s top breaks jock 13 years strong) deliver a solid roster of "rave hop"(think techno krunk), heavyweight breakbeat (new and favourite) and slick electro steez. The frequencies are packed tight for a boundary pushing experience in electronica the likes of which have rarely rolled off these shores.

$15 on the door

P-Bass Expressway Sunday 24

P-Bass Expressway - LIVE

In support of their forthcoming vinyl 12" release, Christchurch funksters P-Bass Expressway will be bringing the funk to Wellington.Also featuring Dubwize Soundsystem, Topknot, Partido and Soul Providah.

$10 tickets Available from Cosmic Corner or pay on the door. Open from 9pm, closing at midnight for Anzac Day.

Look out for the new 12" instores April 2005 : Three new tracks plus the remix from Downtown Brown....

P-Bass Expressway : Bringing you the Funk!

Coming soon ... Friday 29 April – Joey Youngman | USA House Legend! Saturday 30 April – Flash Harry (featuring Barnaby Weir from The Black Seeds) and Audio Sauce | LIVE Sunday 31 April Mothers Day – “The Pajama Party”, Live Comedy Show featuring Jan Maree

ENDS

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