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Cookie Brooklyn, The Crumbs, Axos, Peter Jefferies

When
Sat Sep 29th, 2018
Where
Moon1,
Wellington

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Doors open
8:00pm
Gig starts
9:00pm
Entry
R18
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Cookie Brooklyn & the Crumbs return to the stage with their blend of primitive new wave guitar spazz and groove, featuring members of Orchestra of Spheres and MarineVille. Upcoming 7 Is there Logic in Pop' out in November on Epic Sweep Records.

Axos (New Plymouth) is a 5 piece old school style rock band that used to be a 6 piece old school style rock band. Centered round the writing and vocal talents of rhythm guitarist Jed Jones, with drummer Peter Jefferies, bass player Mo Paurini, and the twin lead guitar assault of Johnnie Phillips and Justin Rangi, they play high energy melodic post- punk rock, with occasional reggae overtones. This is their first visit to Wellington. The bands debut album, Wildest Dreams, has been completed, and should surface before the end of the year.

Peter Jefferies is well known for his solo work and collaborations with Nocturnal Projections, Shayne Carter and many more. The recent reissue of his album The Last Great Challenge in a Dull World was celebrated by Pitchfork as ... a claustrophobic, private-sounding collection that ranges from homegrown, tinny post-punk to melancholic piano ballads to fucked up tape manipulations. For Wellington Peter will deliver a set of guitar songs.

FIST KISSER is a one man enigma who once fell into a vat of Miami Vice soundtracks, emerged with a Greatest Hits of New Age Romance songbook and never looked back. This could be a great date night act - recommended!

Links
facebook.com/CookieBrook...
Tags
alternative, art/noise, pop, rock, Cookie Brooklyn & the Crumbs, Peter Jefferies, Axos




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Louis Baker



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