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Wednesday: Yumi Zouma — these Christchurch dream poppers will no doubt get you hoppin’ and boppin’ down to Caroline at 9.00pm to hear what fine sonic delicacies they have prepared.

Thursday: The Cactus Channel and Moses — The Cactus Channel are self-described as being “the moody instrumental children of Melbourne’s world famous soul scene,” which is equal parts douchey and impressive, but they have also worked with BADBADNOTGOOD, so +1 cool point. With that, and Moses supporting, this is a hoedown not to be missed. Moon Bar in Newtown at 8.00pm.

Saturday: Animal Party — party like an animal. I’m not quite sure of the connotations of this statement, it seems strangely unspecific, as surely there are a range of animals that would much rather stay in with a good book than party? Regardless, Bear Science, Wukong the Monkey King, and Kayleb Duckett will be blowing the roof off Valhalla, 8.00pm.

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