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Happy Gig's up to 11 March

Tuesday 21st: Little Red Hen Presents: SOME SNAZZY HUMANS - 8:30pm - 10pm (Koha)

Slammin' slow jams, frictive funk and impressionistic improv. SOME SNAZZY HUMANS
are Leila Adu-Piano/Voice, Andrew Weeks(US)-Bass Guitar/Acoustic Guitar and
Taylor Taylor(The Electric Dolphins, Food, Dancing In Your Head.)

Come and hear SOME SNAZZY HUMANS' singles, "Scotch butter snap" "Shrapnel" and
"African Rain" which have featured on their own internal hit parades around the
universe for quite some time.
Wednesday 22nd: The Rick Jensen Trio - 9.30 pm - Beautiful jazz for the openminded ($5)

Thursday 23rd: Ryan Prebble with Friends - CD Release Party with Tessa Rain and Harriet and the Matches- 9.30 pm

Friday 24th: sonSwitch and The Mosiac Collective (Ivez Lamkum and Phrase) - 10pm ($5)

Saturday 25th: The Shruggs, Libra Accord and The Sprouts - 10 pm ($10)

Sunday 26th: Daphne Owers (farewell gig) and Black Bart - 9pm

Wednesday 1st: An Evening Packed Full of Acoustic Singer Songwriter Types - 9pm

Thursday 2nd: Gamorah and Guests - 9.30

Friday 3rd:'s All Together Now multimedia show featuring:
-Music: Anbaric Mas, Soulnine with D-Rail and Maya, DJ Roshi
-(Live) Art:City King, Trust ME, Component, Enforce. One, Flox, Mephisto Jones, Sole 72
8pm $10 doorsales - $15 with magazine

Saturday 4th: Farmerpimp(AK), Module and DJ Lotion - 10pm ($15)

Tuesday 7th - Friday 10th: UK Avant Folk Legend Mike Cooper featuring:
- Tuesday 7th: Hawaii Surrealo Duo with David Long (an orgy of Slides, Field Recordings,
Therimins and lap steels) - 8pm ($10)
- Wednesday 8th: Film Night - Big Wednesday - Live Soundtrack to the surf film by John Milus - 8pm ($10)
- Thursday 9th: Oh Really!? Blues and Folk Songs with Support from Leila Adu (solo) - 8pm ($10)
- Friday 10th: Tu Feugo LP Obico Records Release Party - Anthony Donaldson, Jeff Henderson, Tom Callwood
Fire Breathing, Brain Splintering Improvisation - 10pm ($10)

Saturday 11th: Sabot (Czech Republic/USA) with Ditzy Squall and Thee Strapons - 9.30pm ($8/$6)
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New Zealand


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