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The Eversons

When/Where: 31 August, Puppies

Which current musicians inspire you?

Salad Boys, Princess Chelsea and Jonathan Bree from NZ, and our buddies Boa Constrictors in California. Kanye is the best pop star, Tame Impala favourite (current) international band.

What can we expect from you in the near future?

We are currently hazing our new member Alex and recording our second album. We just released a buzzy animated music video to our song ‘Creepy’, so we’re gonna come celebrate at Puppies on Saturday 31 August.

What is your favourite Kanye West moment?

My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. As I said before, Kanye is the best and only truly classic current pop star in my opinion. No one else ticks the boxes of outrageous, consistent, original and super-famous in the same way.

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More Fun Than the Library

When/Where: Friday evenings, busking on Cuba St

Which older musicians inspire you?

Our influences come from the street jazz of New Orleans, Louis Armstrong All Stars band, the Dukes of Dixieland, Glenn Miller Orchestra, and Count Basie Band. Swing party vibe!

What can we expect from you in the near future?

Complete domination of the streets of Wellington, with the possibility of opening several franchises across the nation.

What is a sentence we will never hear you say?

“People at the Library are having a better time than us.”

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Race Banyon (a.k.a. Eddie Johnston)

When/Where: 22 August, Puppies

Which NZ artists inspire you?

Everyone on Kerosene Comic Book (Yvnalesca, Totems, Skymning etc.) inspire me heaps. That seems like a shameless plug, but it’s true. It’s a really cool feeling being inspired by your friends.

What can we expect from you in the near future?

A whole lot of shows…

Which Beatle would you take on a date, and where would you go?

George (before he grew a moustache), anywhere where there are no ukuleles.

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