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This Saturday: Recloose Live Band @ Indigo

This Saturday: Recloose Live Band @ Indigo

The Recloose live band hits Wellington this week on the release tour for his second album 'Hiatus On The Horizon'.

"A brilliant album. (...) The marriage of a very Detroit fascination with futuristic electronic sounds and a very Wellington love of dub and funk gives Hiatus On The Horizon a fresh, unique and satisfyingly soulful sound. even better, these songs kick all kinds of arse when they're played live."
Grant Smithies (Sunday Star Times, 28/8/05)

on tour in Wellington

Saturday September 3
Indigo, 9.30pm
Support band: The Eggs
$20 pre-sales thru Real Groovy

The Recloose live band consists of:

Riki Gooch (TrinityRoots) on Drums
Deva Mahal on Vocals
Mike Fabulous (The Black Seeds, Fly My Pretties) on Guitar & Bass
Isaac Aesili (Opensouls, Solaa) on Trumpet & Percussion
James Illingworth on keys
Adan Tejerina (The Eggs) on percussion
and producer Recloose on Tenor Sax & Melodica & Sampler

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