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to Apr 27

VMorg Presents : HA THE UNCLEAR : Wellington

VMorg Ltd Presents: Miss Cressida, Ha the Unclear & Same Name Confusion Live at San Fran on Cuba Street.

Tickets: https://bit.ly/2ThGCmv
$10 Early-Birds - Soldout
$15 Second-Bird
$20 General Release

Music Month Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2XJFhnk
Music Month Apple Music: https://apple.co/2IQfl5R

ITS THE GRAND FINALE! Welcome to the last stop on the tour and boy do we have a bit of a show for you!

Miss Cressida have been throwing silky tunes at Wellington throughout the past year. Built around the vocal/guitar talents of Eli Chamberlain, they play a smooth, nostalgia-tinged form of indie-pop with elements of strong, punchy rhythms and dance inducing guitar riffs.
"Miss Cressida showed themselves to be perfectly at ease during their live performance, their presence perfectly suited to their similarly chill compositions.." - Ben Lynch on their last show at San Fran in early Feb.

Ha the Unclear make their way from Auckland for their first capital performance since late 2018!
Their energetic rhythm should bring ya feet to tapping and arms to swinging.

Same Name Confusion have been the stand-out performer of the Wellington music scene in 2019. January brought the release of their debut EP In Theory (Listen: smarturl.it/f5yxpq). They followed the impressive release with a handful of incredible live shows at Tora Bombora, San Fran, and most recently the Performance Arcade. Ask anyone who has seen them in the flesh before - SNC LIVE is a must attend.
EP Release Show Review: https://bit.ly/2HlYaqL

VMorg would like to thank Music Month Sponsors: D4 on Allen

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to Apr 14

Mermaidens 7" Release Tour : Auckland


Mermaidens 7" Release Tour
Saturday 13th April
Neck of the Woods
Early show, first band at 8:00pm.

Support from
Ha the Unclear
Echo OHs

Wellington three-piece Mermaidens are heading on tour for four New Zealand gigs in celebration of their 7” split single You Maintain the Stain / Cut It Open, due out Friday 5th April on Flying Nun Records. Their hair-raising new track ‘You Maintain the Stain’ is a stern letter to “The Man” that resembles a big, subtle middle finger to the messed up power structures in this world. The stain refers to the deep-seeded microaggressions that so many experience. Blow by deathly blow, “The Man” gets dragged through a hot sludge of heavy bass-filled corridors, overcut by angular, off-kilter guitar lines - a topical gnawing of teeth fresh from the kill.

This is Mermaidens louder, more crushing and propulsive than ever.

To celebrate the new release Mermaidens are offering extra hot vinyl + merch ticket bundles. These are seriously very limited! Ticket holders will receive their merch at the show.

Ticket + 7 Vinyl: $32 + bf
Ticket + 7 Vinyl + Tote bag: $45 + bf

Tickets from Undertheradar.co.nz

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1:00 PM13:00

Music in Parks : Auckland

Music in Parks
presents Indie Pop Stars

Music from left of the dial, join Auckland’s Indie darlings for an afternoon in the park.

Ha the Unclear is a mesh of indie, new wave and power pop. Their spirited live show has seen them play shows with the likes of The Shins, Courtney Barnett and The Dandy Warhols.

Boycrush is the moniker of Alistair Deverick, an accomplished drummer who, while on tour with the Ruby Suns, began spending his downtime huddled over a laptop and humming into a microphone. Boycrush was nominated for Best Electronic Artist at the 2018 VNZMAs.

Dead Little Penny’s guitar-slinging vocalist and songwriter Hayley Smith, drummer/synth player Simon Buxton and guitarist/bassist Sean Martin-Buss create a soundscape of noisy textures, fizzing guitars and ambient synth, paired with catchy fuzz-pop melodies
Genre: Alt, Indie, Pop.

Accessibility: Very limited event mobility parking, but there is a drop-off point at event entry. Accessible toilets available.

Thanks to our supporting partners MediaWorks New Zealand.

Auckland Council supports zero waste. Avoid polystyrene and plastic (wrap and bags) when bringing food on site. Consider re-useable or recyclable packaging.

All Auckland Council sports fields, parks and reserves are smoke-free areas.

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