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Emergence presents Tom Mc Guinness

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  • Sat 14 Mar ’15, 9:00pm


Basement Bar, 21-23 Cambridge Terrace, Wellington





Emergence is back and I hope everyone is ready for whats shaping up to be one of our best gigs to date. We have a very special line-up for this event but more about that later.

Firstly we have moved to Basement Bar, one of Wellingtons iconic and historic Venue's which is a concrete underground club, perfect for Techno and insanity. This is going to be dark, industrial, and a euphoric event, and most definitely an assault on the senses, with Mr A's thumping Nexo system, strobing lights, and striped-back visuals from Kelly Kellective and Rayzordoll.

Spinning on the night we have one of the main driving forces of the Auckland House and Techno scene, who also publishes some very informative and interesting interviews on there website Cosmic Marmalade, The one and only Tom Mc Guinness

on support we have Dj Eluder from Sydney who we had to get back after his whooper vinyl set last year in San Fran. Hipmatic who is no stranger to the wellington scene will also be spinning along with Emergence Resident Paul Dockery


Tom Mc Guinness
As one of Auckland’s ‘go to’ underground players for many years, Tom has never compromised on what he does. Whether it’s playing music or running parties, it’s always based around a single ideal: no bullshit.

Muscular, effective and to-the-point dance music that has no pretense & does exactly what it says on the label.

Tom’s involvement in Auckland based party Flexx. has seen some of the most in demand & forward thinking Producers & DJ’s grace our shores in recent years, with an urgency & direction that has long been rare in NZ.

Music that makes you move & parties that make you vibe, end of story.

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