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Friday 25th Nov, 8-11pm

Pique Plastique #2 - Night 2

$20 presales

Audio Foundation & Pyramid Cub are particularly pleased to present..
Pique Plastique #2

Vivid sounds abound for three nights at Pōneke’s Pyramid Club when a cohort of intrepid musical traveller unravellers crochet and cross-stich with a premium selection of local hand-picked organic free range collaborators.

Night 2 - Fri 25 Nov - 8pm

Gayblade - The collaborative project of Aaliyah Zionov (Baby Zionov) and Amelia Berry (Amamelia, Van Staden & Böhm)
midnight journeys to the dankest dungeon depths and beyond into mystic forests of yore - UTR

ENT - E N T is the solo project of Wellington artist Nathan Taare, a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, composer, producer and film maker who prefers to work in solitary confinement in the suburbs.

Sally Gates, Lucy Reid, Zak Argabrite
Collaboration of Sally Gates (electric guitar), Lucy Reid (drums), and Zak Argabrite (sax/electronics)

Sally Gates is a New Zealand guitarist, composer and improvisor based in New York City. Her work traverses avant rock, jazz-metal, free improvisation and psychedelic freak outs.In addition to her high energy instrumental trio ‘Titans to Tachyons’, Sally performs with leading avant artists such as Trevor Dunn (Mr Bungle), Triphammer, Greg Fox, Naama Tsaba Judas Priestess and Tatsuya Nakatani

Lucy Reid is a darkwave electronic artist making rhythmical waves in Pōneke/Wellington sci fi goth duo CRONE.

Zak Argabrite (Cherokee) is a multi disciplinary artist from Kentucky based in Te-Whanganui-a-tara. Zak performs with saxophones and clarinets in CUZZIN$ and also can be heard glitching, hacking and circuit bending old junk electronics. 

Presale tickets available through Under the Radar

Live streamed here

Special thanks to Creative NZ for supporting Pyramid Club's programme

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