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Home Alone Music Xmas Party 2013

When
Fri Dec 13th, 2013
Where
Secret Venue,
Wellington

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Doors open
7:00pm
Gig starts
8.00pm
Entry
R18
Cover charge*
$15
*Guide only - booking fees may apply
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Home Alone Music warmly invites you to their third annual Christmas Party. As per tradition, they will be holding the concert in an intimate location (previous venues include Evil Genius, Aro Valley Hall and mid-winter at The Moorings) featuring the Home Alone family; the wonderful City Oh Sigh, haunting dream-folksters French for Rabbits, anti-folk hero Timothy Blackman and electro-utopian trio Urbantramper.

We have found a great location near central Wellington/Newtown, and will be providing some food and drink, but BYO booze. The party also doubles as the release of City Oh Sigh’s new music video and single from their debut album due out early next year.

It has been a great year for Home Alone Music, with a string of releases; Timothy Blackman’s much admired 'This Country' EP, Urbantramper’s brilliant 'Tomorrow We Leave Here', and French for Rabbits dreamy single 'Goat'. This will be the first show back in New Zealand for French for Rabbits since their successful 45-date tour through Europe. Performances on the night will be recorded for a potential H.A.M compilation live release.

We'd love to share our celebrations with you.

Links
homealonemusic.co.nz
frenchforrabbits.com
urbantramper.com
timothyblackman.com
cityohsigh.com
Tags
acoustic/solo, alternative, electronic, pop, soul/funk, Urbantramper, French For Rabbits, Timothy Blackman, City Oh Sigh

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