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Crystal's Birthday Bash w/ Jack Panther, Hybrid Rose and Beach Boy

When
Wed Feb 13th, 2019
Where
Meow,
Wellington

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Doors open
8:00pm
Gig starts
8:30pm
Entry
R18
Cover charge*
$10
*Guide only - booking fees may apply
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It's CRYSTAL's birthday and she wants to celebrate with you all at Meow, alongside some of her favourite local (and super talented) music acts Wellington is lucky enough to have. Get ready for a night of fun indie, electronic, pop and house music!

Lineup:

Jack Panther
Dripping in angst, dark and boomy sad boi music, Jack Panther will be playing some of his new tracks before his EP release in late Feb. Retrospect circles around the highs and lows of adolescent heartbreak. Prep your tear sacks ?

Hybrid Rose
An eccentric lil internet baby, sprouted from places like tumblr and napster. hybrid rose makes electropop music, influenced by musicians like david bowie and lady gaga, grimes and hatsune miku, madeon and porter robinson.

CRYSTAL
diy pop made in Wellington, CRYSTAL takes inspiration from the likes of of Lily Allen and The Japanese House. Since the end of high school, she has been teaching herself music production in the quest to find her own sound which she is ready to share.

Beach Boy
Wellington producer/ rapper whose work has been described as the “epitome of uniqueness” and “intriguingly beautiful”. Over the past year, he has released an album ‘Beach Boy Presents’, and singles ‘Vortex’ and ‘Big Boy’.

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Tags
alternative, electronic, hip hop/rnb, pop, Jack Panther, Hybrid Rose, Beach Boy, CRYSTAL

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