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Rythms & Flows


Sat 1 Jun 2013, 10:30pm–3:00am

Where: The Grand, 69 Courtenay Place, Wellington

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • Early Bird tickets: $5.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: legend4

Come celebrate the end of NZ music month and the long Queens birthday weekend with some fine hip-hop, trap and live bands.

- Diaz Grimm - C.T.F.D
- The No Problemos
- Paul Williams
- Joni Jones
- Marco from Dope Music Entertainment
- R.E.A.L Dance crew
- more to be announced.

Tickets are $5 Early Bird and $10 General Admission.
V.I.P tickets are $35 - include a free drink, special seating and waitress services.
V.I.P booths can be booked at $100 for 5 people. Booths include - a bottle of Bubbly- some R.E.A.L Dance crew merchandise. Finger foods.

Diaz Grimm
In the short time that Diaz has been in the game, he has blown up massively and bringing the house down wherever he lands. With two EP’s under his belt, he’s brought down Rhythm and Vines and BW Campground 2012, opened for Canadian DJ Lunice and PMoney shows this year along with a string of other huge performances. A pusher of the New New Zealand movement and 7Gang, Diaz is one to not be slept on.

CTFD are a duo of producers. Their first track Atencion infiltrated clubs and radio waves throughout the country. The track also gained interest overseas from the likes of Trap poster boy Baauer and Etc Etc. Sparking collaborations with Etc Etc.

The No Problemos
The No Problemos are (at times) an 8 piece live hip hop act making their beautiful tunes from the heart of New Zealand. Influences cover everything from beers, blunts and Kingfish to cooking, fast cars, the internet and basketball.

Paul Williams
Paul Williams a talented rapper and producer from Nelson, his EP 'Rhythm & Garfunkel' was well received and attracted a lot of attention. Here is Paul summarized
- "Paul Williams is such a nice guy." - Mark Sainsbury.
- "Dope track homie, keep bringing it!" - Scribe.
- "The voice of an angel and the face to match it." - TVNZ.
- "That was rad." - David Dallas.
- "Lyrically they are real good... It's impressive that you are still at school." - Dom Harvey (The Edge).
- "He's pretty funny." - Jesse Ryder.
- "Paul Williams went HAM" - David Dallas.
- "Killin' it like usual bro." - David Dallas.
- "Dope!" - Arj Barker.
- "I'm a big fan." - Scribe.

Joni Jones
A young rapper hailing from Wellington. Joni Jones is a gifted talented rapper who knows how to take a crowd by storm. Having released his EP 'All Smiles' Joni jones is constantly redeveloping himself and delivering solid lyrics and beats made from Dope Music Entertainments very own - Marco who will also be hitting the decks with him , supported by the other DME member DGK.

Real dance crew isn't just a recreational outlet for its members, it's a way of life.
"We're not your average hip- hop dance crew," said co-leader Daphne Seyb. "Dance is more of an art to us and a huge way of expressing ourselves, hence the name, which stands for Raw Expressions About Life." While the crew has danced at many New Zealand events, House of Champions will be its first trip overseas.
The Brisbane contest provides a platform for rich cultural exchange, Ms Seyb said.
"We will be representing not only the Wellington region but New Zealand

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