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The Recloose band playing live

LOOPNews 07/09/05

The Recloose band PLAYING LIVE in AUCKLAND this weekend! Jump in with both feet!

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.

Auckland, Rising Sun, 9.30pm Friday September 9 Support DJs: Manual Bundy, Dylan C

Leigh, Sawmill Cafe, 9.30pm Saturday September 10 Support DJ: Dylan C

Tickets $20 pre-sales from Real Groovy

Select 007 Coming Soon


LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa is proud to present the release of LOOP Select 007: We Are Here The latest installment in a series of creative box sets featuring a selection of the most progressive new audio-visual content from Aotearoa New Zealand, and around the world.

LOOP Select 007: We Are Here includes a CD, DVD, and 120 PAGE BOOK containing 15 Fresh Tracks, 9 NZ Short Films, and 8 Music Videos & Motion Graphics

Live On Stage

It's almost here... Next week Fly My Pretties will be taking the stage at the Paramount Theatre in Wellington. Led by The Black Seeds front-man Barnaby Weir, and featuring an all-star cast of Wellington-based musicians, Fly My Pretties promises to be an extravaganza of original music. Just check out this line-up: Barnaby Weir, Mike Fabulous, Daniel Wheetman, & Jarney Murphey (The Black Seeds) Age Pryor & Tessa Rain (City Chorus) Samuel Flynn Scott (The Phoenix Foundation) Nato (Paselode) Brendan Moran (The Hasselhoff Experiment) Module, Hollie Smith (The Illphonics) Adi Dick (Seven Suns) & Maylee Matthews (Charlie Ash)

With Dr Lee Prebble recording the performances live for future release, and a film crew capturing the magic as it all happens, Fly My Pretties is an event not to be missed.

Paramount Theatre - Wellington Thursday 15th September Friday 16th September Saturday 17th September

Hopetoun Alpha - Auckland Thursday 29th September Friday 30th September Saturday 31st September

There are a very limited number of tickets left for these gigs, so be sure to get in quick! Tickets $35 Real Groovy.

Free Tickets to LOOP Gigs!

Would you like to win free tickets to a FMP gig, or perhaps Age Pryor and SJD?

Well - by voting for your favourite nominee in the 'people's choice' category for the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards you can!

Simply go to http://www. and text one of the artist codes to 3939. You will receive a text back directing you to a website, which allows you to select which gig you want to go to. There are hundreds of tickets to give away, but with an offer this good, you will have to move quickly!

Rhian and Module Live in Australia

To celebrate the Australian release of acclaimed album Tiny Blue Biosphere, Rhian and Module are crossing the ditch for 3 shows only. Having perfected their amazing multi-media live performance in Wellington, they now bring this amazing experience to the Australian audience.

Melbourne Friday 09 September First Floor Bar, 393 Brunswick St, Fitzroy with Special guest Module (NZ), G-San, Sean, Shikung, B-Low & Dubwize

Sydney Saturday 10th September @ Newtown 52 Enmore Rd with Module and The Red Eyes (live), DJ's Hooves, A-13, Rare & Christian Burns.

Sydney TBB Album Release Party Sunday September 11th with special guest Module (NZ), DJ Timbo (Dub Conspiracy) and Loop Soundsystem Beach Road Hotel Bondi.


This weeks LOOPKast has been uploaded to the net for you listening pleasure. Enjoy! LOOPKast 024 : t024.mp3


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