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Sohomo: Wellington Debut!


Fri 20 Jun 2008, 9:00pm–4:00am

Where: San Fran, 171 Cuba St, Wellington

Ticket Information:

  • adult: $10.00
  • Additional fees may apply


Related Artists:

Listed by: bearbee

Sohomo Presents . . . The First Wellington Gig, with residents . . . A.D.A.M, Oscar Nutt and Babes!Babes!Babes!

Local Support from:
Heat Like Me and Little Pictures, plus Mega Pash Action Dancers.

About Sohomo

Sohomo's a ground breaking phenomenon that has fast becoming Auckland's coolest and fastest growing gig. Combining a queer friendly crowd with indie-electro music the gig has been redefining social binaries. And after a series of sold out band nights the event comes to pay homage to Wellington.

Oliver Hall, Sunday Star times (About town) . . . "Sohomo feels like a particularly cool grey lynn house party that you've been lucky enough to gate crash."

Information on the headlining acts . . .


Adam's a kingpin in the Auckland music scene. In the past three months, he's packed out Sohomo crowds, and played along side DJs Greg Churchill, Antix (fiord), Andrew Tidball, Angela Fisken, and Cyril Orson. He's also played supporting sets for bands . . . 'The Shocking Pinks,' 'Collapsing Cities,' 'Charlie Ash,' 'Bang!Bang!Eche' and 'Chk Chk Chk (!!!).'

Little Pictures (WGTN)

This will be there final New Zealand show before their Australian tour . . . "Little Pictures are Johanna Freeman and Mark Turner. They live in Wellington together where they play electronic pop music and hang out on the internet. Some people call them cute, but they're actually bad to the bone! Having been recently signed to Lil' Chief Records, the next few months will see Little Pictures release their debut album "Owl + Owl", which they will be touring throughout New Zealand and Australia."

Heat like Me (WGTN)

"At just one year old, Heat Like Me have received an overwhelmingly positive response from the local and international music community. In April 2008, the group opened sales of their debut EP, titled "You Want It." The EP captures the warmth and spontaneity of the band's live performance, combining electronic drums and analogue synthesisers with pop vocals."

Restaurants to book near Sohomo: Wellington Debut!