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This week at The Horn

Wednesday 25th ­ The Domestic Lounge with DJ Koa. Koa takes the controls for a whole evening on the wheels of steel. This old school Roots Foundation DJ believes in balancing his sets with little bit of roots, a little bit of NYC house and a lot of style. Koa is Wellington¹s own Manuel Bundy disciple, who usually commands quite an audience in the back bar of studio nine. Join Koa for listening pleasure in a chic and refined atmosphere This Wednesday at The Domestic Lounge; paying homage to our dazzling local DJs.

Thursday 26th- Expansions with b-lo Bass Frontiers resident b-lo is our man on the drum and bass scene, his Thursday night residency at The Matterhorn is a popular weekend warm-up. b-lo plays all styles with the resolution that they be smart, sexy and full of the funk we associate with the ŒHorn. B-lo's dancefloor is never an empty one, try it out for a great alternative to the packed weekend nights at The Matterhorn.

Friday 27th - Mu & Zen Unwind with MU and Zen your Friday night Matterhorn flavours, there¹s a party going on every Friday with these chaps, who supply a subtle padding of sleek beats to end your week with a blast, pop in say hello to your favourite cocktail, and feel the woes slip awayŠ

Saturday 28th­ The Late Show with Vee and Clinton Smiley. Vee IS the party, a little bit of everything in his bag will get your feet moving on Saturdays at The ŒHorn. If he¹s not slurping shots from the bar, he¹ll be mixing it up with a supple blend of hip hop, house and the big party tunes, don¹t be scared though, Vee has no cheese, just sweet, sweet rhythms. This week Local Clinton Smiley guests on the wheels of steel, a little bit of house, 2 step, catch hem if you can as they run between The Horn and The New Jazz Transplant.

Sunday October 29th - Gilles Peterson's Worldwide radio show bought to you courtesy of The Matterhorn, Every Sunday night from 5-7pm on Radio Active 89Fm

Also, a rminder that The New Jazz Transplant finishes this coming Saturday... If you haven't checked it out yet, make sure you do, cos once it's gone it will just be a long talked about memory! and next week at The matterhorn...

Wednesday November 1st ­ The Domestic Lounge with Twinset Get with the smooth styling of the Twinset, a regular monthly favorite from this delightful trio of lounging jazz musos. Twinset play a fine blend of new and old, in their slick dress suits, join us for some classic dining and dancing

Thursday 2nd- Expansions with b-lo Bass Frontiers resident b-lo is our man on the drum and bass scene, his Thursday night residency at The Matterhorn is a popular weekend warm-up. b-lo plays all styles with the resolution that they be smart, sexy and full of the funk we associate with the ŒHorn. B-lo's dancefloor is never an empty one, try it out for a great alternative to the packed weekend nights at The Matterhorn.

Friday 3rd - Mu & Zen Unwind with MU and Zen your Friday night Matterhorn flavours, there¹s a party going on every Friday with these chaps, who supply a subtle padding of sleek beats to end your week with a blast, pop in say hello to your favourite cocktail, and feel the woes slip awayŠ

Saturday 4th­ The Roots Foundation Presents Dubble Happy Celebrate the 8th birthday of The Roots Foundation ­ Explosive Sounds featuring the original line-up Mu, Lemon, Goosebump and Koa with special guest Might Asterix. Join the Guy Fawkes skanking parade in the Matterhorn gardens. Lucky lucky Roots Foundation. $8 doorcharge

Sunday October 5th - Gilles Peterson's Worldwide radio show bought to you courtesy of The Matterhorn, Every Sunday night from 5-7pm on Radio Active 89Fm

Wednesday November 8th ­ The Domestic Lounge with Jonathan Crayford Fresh from The International Jazz Festival Jonathan Crayford resides monthly at The Matterhorn¹s Domestic Lounge to display his worldly jazz bake. Experience a live encounter full of the tangy jazz flavour the Jonathan is known for. join Jonathan and friends as they spice up the Domestic Lounge with noodly jazz jams!

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