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Sugarlicks Hi-Five

Sugarlicks Hi-Five

Matterhorn is pleased to announce an evening of urban soul kicks in celebration of Sugarlicks fifth birthday.

The Auckland label, a hothouse for Pacific soul musicians, artists and performers is bringing an unprecedented live Auckland line-up, including Brother J, Maya, gmuva and tdubb to the Cuba Street chalet on Saturday October 21st for some birthday mischief. Local ‘motherflavor’ support by Kava, on the decks from 10PM

Next Sugarlicks stop is the Khuja Lounge in Auckland where it all began five years ago, and then the focus is on a tour to Europe and UK.

Recent projects from the Sugarlicks stable include Solaa's album Steps in Time

(, and the upcoming 12" vinyl release, Solephonic Project from Sugarlicks Godfather, Mr Manuel Bundy.

Sugarlicks has a worldwide distribution deal in Germany for the UK / EU, Japan and North America and was voted top label at Popkomm 2004.

SUGARLICKS @ The Matterhorn

with support by Kava

Saturday 21st October 2006 from 10pm


FYI - and the rest:
2nd November – Khuja Lounge, AUCKLAND
9th November – Apolo Club BARCELONA
11th November– Lockside Lounge, Camden, LONDON
17th November – Lovelite Club, BERLIN
18th November – Live online radio show@Betalounge,

Mojo@Mandarin Kasino, HAMBURG
21st November – Submerged Art Gallery, LOS ANGELES


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