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Electric Wire Hustle San Francisco Bathhouse

Electric Wire Hustle

Thurs 29 & Fri 30 November

San Francisco Bathhouse

Wellington

After 6 months abroad the Electric Wire Hustle boys are back in Wellington and are keen for a good old hometown party, so keen in fact they're throwing 2 parties!


Since departing New Zealand in March, Electric Wire Hustle have got some serious mileage out of their suitcases with shows across America and Europe. Highlights include performing at the incredible SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas, performing after their heroes, The Roots, at Hungary's massive Sziget Festival and with the mediterranean sea as their backdrop at Gilles Peterson's Worldwide Festival in Sète, France.

Electric Wire Hustle are stoked to be back in New Zealand for summer and as drummer, Myele Manzanza says, “there's nothing quite like a hometown crowd at San Fran Bathhouse” so with a selection of Wellington's finest local DJs in support, EWH will be laying down their soulful sounds and previewing material from their forthcoming sophomore album at Wellington's San Francisco Bathhouse on both Thursday 29th and Friday 30th of November.


Electric Wire Hustle will be kicking off the festive season early alongside DJs Redbird Jnr, LRD JXN, Ayesha and Don Luchito at San Francisco Bathhouse Wellington Thursday 29 & Friday 30 November.


Tickets available from Cosmic stores, 131 Manners St & 97 – 99 Cuba Mall, Wellington or online at cosmicticketing.co.nz

www.electricwirehustle.com

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