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Sewage (Ōtepoti) w/ Sancti(t)y _ ROMance and Tapioca Dragon

$15 Presale tickets

are electrifying duo of Ro Rushton-Green (saxes/violin/vocals) and Gabriel Griffin (drums). Hailing from Ōtepoti/Dunedin, Sewage first gained notoriety in 2009 after winning the Otago Rockquest, facing petty public criticisms by members of loser bands upset at Sewage's high level of creativity and energy. Since those heady teenage times Sewage has become a favourite of the NZ experimental underground, performing at festivals such as Lines of Flight and Nowhere!, and making regular appearances in their hometown of Dunedin.

Sewage incorporates multiple saxophones, violin, drums and vocals into a cathartic maelstrom. Their debut record is being released at this gig! It was recorded in 2017 at None Gallery by Forbes Williams, and is being released on Coco Muse recordings.


is a noise/dance project by Sophia Frudd (Indigogue Browne). Harsh Drum Beats over echoing, billowy syncopations of desperate fallen angels, covered in tar. Aching, squeals of one-liners to seethe and dwell into...based in Wellington.

Tapioca Dragon
is the crunch-improv of Andy Wright and Mark Williams, playing scratchy noise-static guitar and drums power duo free improvisation.



Presales available via UTR 


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


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