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The Shimmy

Thu, 9 Dec 2004

Sandwiches & Canadian Club presents:

The Shimmy A monthly shake-down of the left-field sound!

Inspired by masters of the musical mixed bag such as Thievery Corporation, Mr Scruff and Mark Rae, Shimmy embraces the eclectic side of the musical spectrum - a place where reggae, dub, souljazz, and funk hit the dance floor hand in hand with chunky hip-hop, broken beats and left-footed house. Join residents Zen, Marek and Duncan along with a rotating guest list of New Zealand's most talented and open-minded DJs and musicians in a new monthly night that reveals dance music's other side.

Friday 10 December, 2004 (and one Friday of every month through 2005).


Zen, Marek, Rikki Gooch (Trinity Roots), the beautiful voice of Holy Smith (Ill Phonics) and a very special guest all the way from the UK - DJ/Producer Spikey Tee

$10 On the door

With a free CD of Mark Rae's Sandwiches set for the 1st 100 through the door,

And thanks to Canadian Club on special for the night!

Sandwiches | 8 Kent Terrace Wellington | 04 385 7698 |


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