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September 25, 2017 | by  | in Music |
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GIG GUIDE

Monday: Mimicry 3 launch — Mimicry is a literary journal made by young Wellingtonians and is always chock full with bangin’ writing, art, and music! Get along to Meanwhile to guzzle some wine, read some intelligent words, and listen to some readings and live music. 5.30–7.30pm.

Friday: The Crystal People’s Club Presents Glass Vaults with Zero Cool — Glass Vaults are Welly natives and these dudes are funky as hell. They released their sophomore album The New Happy earlier this year and are raring to bestow their off-kilter bangers to the Wellington public. At Meow from 8.00pm.

Saturday: Disasteradio “Sweatshop” Album Release — Disasteradio is such a groovy dude and his new album is an opus of weird and wobbly ’80s tunes. Come along to Meow for a bit of wholesome and joyous jumping around, or just to see Luke’s stunning outfit choice and even more stunning moves. Be there from 9.00pm.

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