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Tom Middleton & Recloose - Saturday January 7

Tom Middleton & Recloose - Saturday January 7


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Join us for an eclectic dance night with world-renowned DJ and producer

TOM MIDDLETON

Of Jedi Knights and Global Communication fame, Tom Middleton returns to Wellington for a one-off treat. With Global Communication's highly anticipated mix CD on Fabric, UK, about to hit stores in January, expect Tom Middleton in top form.

RECLOOSE

is amped up, too. After live band gigs all around the country, a mini-tour around Japan and a new music video for 'Mana's Bounce' about to be released in February, Recloose is sure to rock his hometown.

So be there.
Kick-start 2006 with us.

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Curl Curl presents Electric Mojo
TOM MIDDLETON
RECLOOSE
Bryce, Phil Brokelmann

Visuals by dELA Stella

Sandwiches
Saturday January 7
11pm till 6am, $15 pre-sales

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www.recloose.com
www.delastella.com
www.curlcurl.com
www.sandwiches.co.nz


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