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Let's Get Greasy with Scarlett Lashes

Let's Get Greasy with Scarlett Lashes

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  • Fri 7 Mar ’14, 9:00pm – 1:00am


Bodega, 101 Ghuznee St, Te Aro, Wellington Show map



Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $10.00


Scarlett Lashes

Miss Scarlett Lashes is bringing her filthy ass down to Wellington...she is gonna sing dirty to you. Get greasy on the dance floor with Scarlett, she'll whip you good.

Scarlett is bringing you a night of music and debauchery with the talents of....

Warwick and The Wankers... One-Man Hillbilly Blues-trash Extravaganza! - No backing tracks! No loopers! No drum machines! No bullshit!

Gold Medal Famous... are 21st century subversives playing independent avant garde pop. It's a trash party. Gold Medal Famous is Tamsin, Vorn and Chris. Tamsin plays guitar, keyboard, vocals an percussion. Vorn features on guitar and keyboard, vocals and computer programming. Lead vocalist Chris plays theremin, guitar, percussion and analogue synth. Gold Medal Famous debuted in 2008 in Dunedin and is currently based in Wellington. https://twitter.com/goldmedalfamous,

The Vorn Band...is that rarest of things in this age of uber-hyped instant stardom and the reduction of pop music to another reality-show format point: an underground artist. His 2011 release ‘Down For It’ was a bona-fide masterpiece of pop songwriting, effortlessly switching between (and occasionally mashing together) seemingly disparate genres to create an entirely new vision of what pop music can be in the 21st century. Simon Sweetman opined “Colgan is one of this country’s greatest songwriters, never cloying or faux-romantic; these are direct songs; honest, cynical, sincere, hilarious and in many cases ridiculously catchy.”

Who likes a bit of whipped cream on the dance floor?

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