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Bodega - Thursday 1 June - Newsletter

Bodega - Thursday 1 June - Newsletter

Giveaways - Listen to Radio Active 89FM each day for ticket giveaways

Also check out the Active DJ Podcast, a selection of in house talent revealing the secret of their signature sound and how to pick New Zealand music of tomorrow!

Publicans Dozen and Platter
Congratulations to The Map Shop for winning last weeks Publicans Dozen. For this weeks draw put "Tuatara" in the subject line.

OdESSA, Red Light Dynamite, Luxury Liner and Agonia (Peru) - Friday 9 June
OdESSA - A tight, fluid and inventive rhythm section, with searing licks and dirty guitar grooves, polished off with strong, soulful vocals - playing wild to hot, sweaty crowds going crazy in a heady swirl of streetlights and hormones.

The package - Delivered every Wednesday - Wellington's Weekly Entertainment Guide
You could say it offers easy, high profile advertising but really it's all about cheap-as-chips promo that stands out like dogs bollix and delivered all over town to people who give a toss....

Rock n Roll with Tough Love, Beretta - Friday 2 June
Can you say 'big sounding classic rock grooving guitar band'? If you can't then try saying Tough Love instead, it will amount to the same thing.

Do You Feel The Cold? - Tourist, The Septembers, Stingfish - Saturday 3 June
Tourist, recently returned from the UK perform at Bodega on Saturday. The band's single Do You Feel The Cold? was a finalist in the International Songwriting Competition. Catch them on stage with The Septembers and local band Stingfish.

Room 101: 8pm - Jeremey Elwood: 9.30pm - Mark Scott: 10.30pm - Mellon Belly Skank - Saturday 3 June
Comedy shows by Jeremy Elwood and Mark Scott are followed at 10.40pm by Massey at Wellington band Mellon Belly Skank. Join them for a dancemelia time...............

Beelzebub and Bubbles - It's all about Satan - Bands and DJs - $3 Drink Specials - Tuesday 6 June
DJ's Lucifer Lotion & Knave Knocturnal playing all 'the big man downstairs' favourites. $3 Bubbles and $3 Exports from 10pm while even further down in the Bodega basement you will find Wellington bands Fighting the Shakes and The Henderson.

MySpace Wednesday featuring Daybreak - Wednesday 7 June
Daybreak are a five piece hard hitting, high energy hard rock/punk band who after only a hand full of shows have secured a solid fan base.

Dinner and Jazz with Hot Club Sandwich - Thursday 8 June - 6pm
Possibly with Neil Billington on Mississippi saxophones - catch them before they play Australia for the Darling Harbour Jazz Festival.

Creepshow Productions present Darkness 06 - Friday 23 June and Saturday 24 June (Matinee show at Happy) Featuring music by Ikon (AUS), Angelspit (AUS), The Mercy Cage, Horror Story, zer0, Dekline, Serenna, Halva Eve, Hog Haul Valentine, Pulchritude and Distorture as well as film & art exhibitions, installations & projections by Interim Inc, Melanie Tahata, Jason Just, Jack Crawford & Umbra Digital - Weekend Pass only $30 - Tickets available from Eye Ball Kicks and Vamp.

Enjoy the rest of your week,

Fraser, Tane, Jan, Cam, Sally, Gary, Dave, Ned, Steph, Rennie, Nick, Dani, Ants, Leifur and Kate


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