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HUM: From Studio to Stage

Sat Nov 9th, 2019
Hum Salon,

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Saturday 9th November, 6pm. Hum Salon.
Local Art, Live Music, Potluck Food & Good vibes.
~ Koha event

‘From Studio to Stage’ showcases a handful of Auckland artists while celebrating the creative process.
If you were there last year, then you know how it goes. If you weren't, let us paint a little picture for you...

Art Exhibition :: 'From Studio to Stage' is a work by Bryn Corkery which quite literally maps out the journey from his studio to the stage. Exhibited across the walls of the first room, his work illustrates the physical dimension of the creative process while also evoking and exploring the mental pathways which are linked to it.
Check out some of his work here:

Potluck :: We all love a good potluck. So bring a plate/ something vegetarian to share with everyone! BYO drinks too.

Live Performances ::

• Devon Webb Poetry is a local poet currently working on her debut novel. Her subject matter primarily revolves around romance, sexuality & youth & she hopes to open up conversation around these topics
Check out her work here:

• Bruci Jordan is a singer/guitarist/songwriter from South Brazil doing his first solo world tour. For his live set, expect classic rock and roll, blues, and groovy tunes rebuilt in an interesting and original way.
Listen on Spotify:

• New Zealand-based indie folk duo, Lhasa are the result of two completely different worlds colliding. One from a sleepy, small city in New Zealand, while the other grew up in one of the biggest cities in China. The duo come together as a marriage of different cultures, backgrounds, and experiences to create something unique, punchy, and eager to be heard.
Listen to their EP here:

• Citrus Dreams are Not your ordinary squeeze. A 3-piece band with far too many flavours to squeeze into one carton of juice. Giving hints of sweet jazz pop, sour funk, and sombre indie rock to keep every inch of you aural palate satisfied.

• Goodspace will close the night with their blend of indie, brit rock, hints of hip-hop and songwriter sensibilities to make you feel truly present.
Listen to their EP here:

So, bring a friend, bring a plate and come Hum!


acoustic/solo, alternative, art/noise, blues, country/folk, Goodspace, Lhasa, Citrus Dreams, Bruci Jordan, Devon Webb Poetry, Bryn Corkery

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