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Happy Gig Guide Till 18 March 2006

28 February 2006

Happy Gig Guide Till 18 March 2006

Wednesday 1st: An Evening Packed Full of Acoustic Singer Songwriter Types - 9pm - Koha Featuring Linda Joy, AJ Hickling, Mea, Harriet and the Matches and Maya deLacey

Thursday 2nd: Gamorah and Cathedra - 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) EP Launch with 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) For More info see or

Sunday 12th: The Manimanima Express

Wednesday 15th: The Misha Marks somethingtet

Thursday 16th: some funk soul brothers (and at least one sister)

Friday 17th: Spartacus R and The Night Show

Saturday 18th: Jens Lekman (Sweeden) and Laurence Arabia (AK's the Reduction Agents/Ruby Suns)

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