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Matterhorn Listings You Can't Live Without!

We'll be down at Three Piece suit behind the bar this Friday at The James
caberet... come check us out, mixing drinks to a soundtrack provided by
Trinity Roots, Ebb and Fat Freddy's Drop. Tickets are on sale now from The
Matterhorn, Real Groovy and Flipside for only $25 + booking fee. See you
there!!

This week and beyond at The Matterhorn

Wednesday 21st - Jonathan Crayford and guests
Thurdsay 22nd - Expansions with B.lo - Cerebal sounds for liberated feet
Friday 23rd- Mu and Vee - Party mosters, perfect for good times Friday
night style
Saturday 24th - Zen and Tubbs - two good sorts and their records

Wednesday 28th - Twinset - Lounge and Jazz masterpieces
Thursday 29th - Expansions with B.lo - all the good vibes
Fridayn 30th - Mu and Vee - Party mosters, perfect for good times Friday
night style
Saturday 1st December - Recloose and Andy - The Jewel school meets
Detroit

Wednesday 5th - Twinset - Lounge and Jazz masterpieces
Thursday 6th - Expansions with B.lo - all the good vibes
Friday 7th - Mu and Vee - Party mosters, perfect for good times Friday
night style
Saturday 8th - Maria and Clinton Smiley - Rocking good party tunes for
courtyard schmoozers


Sundays 6-8pm - Listen to Gilles Peterson Worldwide brought to you by The
Matterhorn only in New Zealand on Radio Active 89FM

also on now: The Cookie Cutter Crew exhibition, best known for their
stencils of Lenin and a monkey astronaught, Cookie Cutter are original
styled street artists who enjoy the subversive freedon of street art
styles!


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