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Monkey men, rock'n'roll, sci-fi paranoia

Thu, 28 Oct 2004

Monkey men, rock'n'roll, sci-fi paranoia and the Austrian who made NZ's first ranch-slider...

Join us at City Gallery Wellington for the Late Night Sessions - wander the exhibitions and soak in the sounds of local electronic and experimental musicians:

Friday 29 October 8-11pm
FULL CHROME LOGIC

Featuring an array of devices and objects, some intended as musical instruments, others patently not, Full Chrome Logic creates music to accompany the strange beauty of urban atrophy and decay.

Nikau café also open late...

ENDS

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