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The 67th Night


Sat 8 Mar 2014, 8:30pm–1:30am

Where: Wine Cellar, 183 Karangahape Road, Newton, Auckland

Restrictions: R18

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Listed by: S Hartung

For the first time in months finally reunited to headline a night of psychedelic and prog goodness, Shepherds of Cassini have summoned new and old friends to join them for your aural pleasure.

12.30pm Shepherds Of Cassini (WB)
11.45pm Mice On Stilts (WC)
11.00pm Husk (WB)
10.30pm Greenfog (WC)
10.00pm Bridge (WB)
9.30pm Hide & Tallow (WC)
8.45pm Dyaltov (WC)

WC = The Wine Cellar, WB = Whammy Bar

Check the links below for some music:

Shepherds Of Cassini
Their self-titled debut album was released last August just to head straight into the album chart top 20. With members of the band now living in Wellington, this gig is a long awaited, rare treat!

You might have caught them sharing stages on countrywide tours with little known acts such as Head Like A Hole or The Datsuns, or heard them on heavy rotation on local radio stations, leaving thousands convinced that they might well be the next big thing in NZ rock.

Mice on Stilts
Following summer festival shows, live favourite doom folk orchestra Mice On Stilts have finally returned to smaller stages again. Though they were showered with rave reviews for their debut EP 'An Ocean Held Me', trust us, they're better live...

Girl meets boy, boy and girl start post-rock-psychedelic-drone band, and the world turns into a more awesome place as a result.

Hide and Tallow
Hide and Tallow is the one-man band of Kaiwaka-based ex-An Emerald City's Reyhan Leng. You have to see it to believe that this music is really produced by a single person on stage.

A brand new project by members of Blackleaf Gardens and El Bajo that someone excitedly described as psychedelic metal. There are few recordings out there yet, so here's a Youtube video:

...And for early birds, starting out the night:
Dyaltov's Sam creates a dark, noisy-sad-gaze-dream-core sound. Well worth arriving early for.

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