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VBC top 7

  1. No Age—Glitter
  2. Die! Die! Die!—Wasted Lands
  3. Twin Shadow—Slow
  4. T54—Julie K
  5. Street Chant—Yara Aba
  6. Veronica Falls—Beachy Head
  7. The Body Lyre—Pastiche

VBC Presents:

JOE BLOSSOM with special guests Full Fucking Moon and Luck.

Wednesday, 8th September, San Fransisco Bath House.

Earnest but playful at the keys, Blossom’s infectiously catchy melodies are charmingly reminiscent of indie pop-stars Clap Your Hands Say Yeah or The Decemberists. Live with his band The National Average, Blossom puts on a tight, delightful and at times theatrical set. His last set in Wellington before embarking on an international adventure to the USA for a few months, this is a show not to be missed!

Gaunt avant-garde noisists Full Fucking Moon entrance with layer upon layers of haunting reverb, generally laying waste to their surroundings – epic to behold. Luck is Luc. Luc is from Ladybird. Like in Ladybird, Luc plays lilting lovely indie pop. As Luck.

Free entry, drinks specials! $3.50 Macs handles, $8 jugs, $4 tequila shots, $4 bubbles! Holy shit you better get there.

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