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NZ TOUR - Double CD Release party

Wed, 06 Oct 2004

Francesca Mountfort / John White - NZ TOUR - Double CD Release party

Friday, Oct 8, 8pm

Francesca Mountfort's "Nervous Doll Dancing" is a magically dark account of soundtracks and scapes of cello-induced samples and performances. As a live version, Francesca enrolls the assistance of chiming clocks and music boxes.

John White's album "Mogwash" is the second solo departure from Dunedin Pop'n'roll band Mestar. It was recorded in Berlin last year with technical and musical help from fellow members of Cloudboy. In a similar vein to first album "Balloon Adventure", twee guitar songs of repetition and side-stepping are the main agenda, this time introducing Mogwash as the star of the show.

Mestar's Stef Animal will be playing songs off an upcoming album and

Rascolnikovs/Users Justin Bar a.k.a Jelly will be joining all three for a sonic jam to end the evening.

$8 Entry, $15 with 1 cd, $20 with 2 cds

ENDS

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