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Coromandel Too Precious To Mine Gig featuring Estère

Coromandel Too Precious To Mine Gig featuring Estère

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When:

  • Thu 3 Sep ’15, 7:00pm – 12:00am

Where:

Revelry, 106 Ponsonby Rd, Ponsonby

Restrictions:

All Ages Licensed

Ticket Information:

  • General: $20.00
  • Student: $15.00

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Come enjoy a night of world-class music and delicious cocktails - all in the name of saving the beautiful Coromandel from the toxic gold mining industry.

Estère is one of Aotearoa's internationally rising stars, with an MPC she calls Lola. She produces all her own songs with Lola, mostly at home in her pyjamas. Estère plays/records a mixture of bass, synth, drums, guitar, vocal harmonies, keyboard, whistles, claps, kazoo, desk tapping and anything else that might take her fancy then layers her production with pulsating rhythms and evocative melodies that adhere to the genre of Electric Blue Witch hop.

Sunny Ray is on a mission to change the world with music, and this beautiful soul sister from the wilds of Te Henga (Bethels) will surely get your heart beating with her true blue Aotearoa folky, roots sound and insightful lyrics.

R.I.A is a fun-loving, genre jumping DJ whose infectious energy, musical knowledge and Dj pedigree unfailingly shines through in her sets. An established working DJ, industry professional and radio announcer rising 12 years, she mixes an eclectic and diverse funk driven sound resonating within the realms of disco and broken beats and bass.

Auckland mistress of Tropical Bass, Chica Licorica, mixes a unique blend of tropical sounds from around the globe, creating colourful and accessible sets ranging from Cumbia Nueva to Brazillian Bass, Merengue to Moombahton, Afro-beat and more.

*** Watch this space for more performers to join the line up ***

Tickets $20 or $15 for students and overemployed and underpaid campaigners.

Coromandel Watchdog works to protect the Coromandel - the Hauraki waka as māori see it - from Te Moehau at the bow and Te Aroha at the stern, from the toxic gold mining industry.
Since the 1980s, Watchdog has been lobbying politicians, occupying mining rigs, working with tangata whenua, building community groups and opposing mining companies in hearings.

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