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Charlie Ash At Sohomo Thursday June 26


Charlie Ash At Sohomo Thursday June 26


420 373 Karangahape Rd

Thursday June 26 from 9pm

Indie-electro-rock and vaudeville band Charlie ASH (pictured) take the stage at the next Sohomo band night special.

Plus DJs:
A.D.A.M.
Andrew Tidball
Time To Get Dumb DJs
Boo U Whore
Oscar Nutt
Babes!Babes!Babes!

From the promoter, about Charlie ASH: 'It's dance, it'spunk, it's rock, it's fun! Charlie ASH set about to do things their ownway, and in doing so have created live set and sound that'sinternationally original. Three years ago Charlie ASH burst fromrehearsal space to lead the stampede of bands that reinvented theWellington gig scene. The current and perfect line-up features the twooriginal punkettes Mailee Mathews and Rosie Riggir, and guitarist Dave Kahn, and drummer Ben Michelson.

The band's exploding creativity has produced NZ's first 3-D video Ah-hA (directed by Ed Davis), and an award-winning musical (BOX). The O'Babyvideo (directed by Sally Tran), won the DIY Music Video Competition'Handle The Jandal (overall and best concept '06)' and the Couldn'tCouldn't video (directed by Ed Davis) was selected by NME TV.'


About A.D.A.M.: About A.D.A.M: Sohomo resident, regularshow host on 95bFM, Fleet FM. Runs gigs all over town under variousaliases: Vicious Travolta, Garcon, A I Bright.


About Andrew Tidball: Auckland indie rock guru.Associated with bFM, Fleet FM, ALT TV. Runs CheeseonToast.co.nz, which has music news, concert photos, interviews, gig info, flyers, reviews,and YouTube clips.


About Boo U whore (from the promoter): 'Em-twinxxx, thebabe from Shocking Pinks — Esteban, the drape from Two Hands tattoo —P-digi, the boy about town from Leon Rouge. Sounds like: Gary Glittereating Pete Dough & Zac Efron's baby mice bones. Winehouse wants inbut Glitter's mouth owns Sam Ronson & La Lohan tag-teaming AnnieLennox with rouged GHD's.'


About Oscar Nutt: Producer, remixer, party creature. That crazy guy behind OTT.


About Babes!Babes!Babes! (from the promoter): 'We allknow this Cat from his melodic outrageous soulful humming at the K Road Lim Chour supermarket. And now that great mystic unveils what's reallygoing on in that head, with his favourite tunes. Particularly the onesheard in the avocado section. And yes they're in season!'

Drink specials:
$5 Stellas
$5 vodkas
$8 Red Bull and vodkas
Plus themed stuff

ENDS

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