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A treat to close the 5th Intl. Jazz Festival

LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa presents:

A treat to close the 5th Wellington International Jazz Festival

This Saturday the 27th of October at The Jazz Club (formerly the James Cabaret - 5 Hania St, Mt Victoria) from 11pm-6am (following Cloudboy, whose show starts at 8pm)

With live performances from:


The people who brought you Plush Bomb


Fat Freddy's nucleus, performing dope new tunes including sounds from their forthcoming 12" release


From Christchurch, aka CONFUCIUS

Plus whoever brings an instrument...

some BLACK SEEDS, some FAT FREDDY'S, some organ pushers, all-stars and fat guitars.

and DJs AH UM and (MT).

$10 if you also attend Cloudboy, or $20 after 11pm

Free LOOP Select 001 compilation CD to the first 100 through the door

Andy Mitchell

Promotions Manager

LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa
Phone: +64 4 801 7371
Mobile: +64 21 136 1589
Post: PO Box 9737, Wellington, New Zealand

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