Five of Wellington's finest join forces to pay homage to the history of jungle music and classic drumnbass in a live setting made for the dancefloor. Amen breaks, big bass, and atmospherics - think early Photek, Roni Size and Bad Company. Featuring Darren Mathiassen (Shapeshifter), Ed Zuccollo (Trinity Roots), Johnny Lawrence (Electric Wire Hustle), Joe Callwood (Little Bushman) and Katie McCarthy-Burke.
Out of the Blue runs from midday – 10pm.
"Soak up the summer festival atmosphere and sensational music right in the central city. A celebration of some of New Zealand’s best musical talent, with an eclectic line-up of celtic, folk, alt-country, blues, pop, rock, electronic, funk and reggae."
I'm lucky enough to be playing a real Hammond C3 with a Leslie 147 for the gig. YES!!
Join us at Papamoa Beach Tavern for your New Year's Eve celebrations with Trinity Roots, DJ's Ayesha and Mr Bambolocat.
Aotearoa has been swept up in the music of TrinityRoots - a boil-up of ingredients that seems to embody the very essence of our home, land, and sea.
By popular demand from their first Laundry appearance, Stretchfoot are back!
Stretchfoot is Joe Callwood (gat - Little Bushman), Ed Zuccollo (keys - Trinity Roots), Johnny Lawrence (bass - Electric Wire Hustle), and Darren Mathiassen (drums - Shapeshifter).
Fab bands & DJs all night long!
Spectacular visuals by VJ RayzorDoll!
Delicious beer from the Yeastie Boys!
Charity auction (with Wellington Mayor Justin Lester)!
Thousands of dollars worth of raffle prizes!
Spot prizes for best dance moves & outfits!
GOOD VIBES & GREAT TIMES, all for an amazing cause!
For every $20 raised Kaibosh will be able to provide the equivalent of 20 meals.
Navigating the Robots through multiple galaxies is lead guitarist Deane Hunter with:
Ed Zuccollo - Keys
Johnny Lawrence - Bass
Peter Elliott - Drums
Masters of the psychedelic mechanical arts, The Jazz Robots present an assortment of sonic frequencies in the shape of Jeff Beck, Herbie Hancock, Billy Cobham and other mad elements of the future jazz-funk realm...
Stretchfoot takes a journey deep into the soul of what is now a now 20-year phenomenon. During the recession of the early nineties, dance music producers dug out a six-second break from the drum solo of GC Coleman on 'Amen, Brother' by The Winstons.
Stretchfoot is Joe Callwood (gat - Little Bushman), Ed Zuccollo (keys - Trinity Roots), Johnny Lawrence (bass - Iva Lamkum), and Darren Mathiassen (drums - Shapeshifter).
A hit at the Newtown Festival this year, Mundi’s music is like Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti meeting Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson- filled with global colours, grooves and influences.
Featuring Tamara Smith (flute/percussion), Tyson Smith (guitar), Darren Mathiassen (drums), Ed Zuccollo (Moog bass), Chris Burke (sax)
$5 door charge.
This show will showcase three very diverse and contrasting solo artists. Ed has a new solo set and supporting him is Dave, who hasn't played in New Zealand in three years, and Matt who will be performing his first public gig in Wellington since his return from London. Come and hear some of the fruits of their labour!
$10 on the Door, Music from 8pm