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Recloose Hiatus On The Horizon - Live

28 July 2005

Recloose Hiatus On The Horizon - Live

As part of the Matterhorn's birthday ho-down, Matterhorn and LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa are proud to present the premier of Recloose's live outfit - perfectly in sync with the release of his second album 'Hiatus On The Horizon' which is out now.

The Detroit-born DJ and producer will be lighting a torch to the masses' asses with a host of Wellington's usual musical suspects including Riki Gooch, Deva Mahal and Dallas Tamaira.

Recloose has been on The Lean and dropping The Dust at Matterhorn every Friday night for the past four years - now come see the artist and his crew give the people what they really want: A chance to shake what ya mama gave ya!

Recloose Live Band Sunday July 31st Doors open from 9pm $2 Entry Fee Matterhorn


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