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Sat 16 Aug 2008, 8:00pm

Where: San Fran, 171 Cuba St, Wellington

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Listed by: palomino

Goethe-Institut Wellington, Palomino Agency and The VBC present . . . Stereo Total / JD Samson / kazaamBLAM!

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STEREO TOTAL
After the decadent trash and swing of the 2007 Australian tour for the Goethe-Institut's GerMANY Faces Festival... they have been invited back to perform at the Picasso Up Late series; but this time NZ is bum-rushing the Australians with shows in Wellington and Auckland.

Berlin based STEREO TOTAL have spent many years of flashing their multi-lingual, electro-garage'n'rockabilly flambé-mange across the globe. From North and South America, Japan, Russia, China, Turkey . . . all over Europe and Australia last year…the duo of Francoise Cactus and Brezel Göring, after a bunch of albums extending out from 1993 - "Oh Ah", "Monokini", "Juke-Box-Alarm", "My Melody", "MusiqueAutomatique", "Do The Bambi", "Discothèque" and "Party Anticonformiste" - bring their love, rebellion and nostalgia back to Australia for a second serve, and finally NZ, on the back of their latest
album "Paris<>Berlin". This is modern Music!

JD SAMSON
JD SAMSON, hot off her new project Men, is also performing at the Picasso Up Late series in Australia, then hooking up with Stereo Total to play New Zealand, Sydney and Melbourne together for some fun filled action and musical splice.

One third of the electronic feminist punk band and performance project, Le Tigre, JD djs internationally in order to keep creating a space for queers, feminists, and rad people to dance and smile and hold each other.

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