- Music: Funk, Psy Trance, Rock
- DJs: DJ Eclectica
- Bands: The Nudge, Rio Hemopo
- Tickets: $20 on door
Keen? Keen!! Get a slice of The Nudge as they bring their neo primitive field holla again to San Francisco Bath House.
The Nudge sold out their last show of crazy antics at the Cuba Street venue before hitting the road with their Big Nudge Pie album. Now the swampy psychedelic bluesmen are back with fresh material, mean pie tasting tales and a penchant for a party.
"To be honest, no one parties better than Wellington audiences, we are gagging to play another show" The Nudge’s James Coyle said.
Joining Coyle and The Nudge’s Ryan Prebble and Iraia Whakamoe in the fray are support act Rio Hemopo of TrinityRoots fame with his original beefy beats and lyrics, and DJ Eclectica digging through the crates for the perfect dancing tunes to take the party to the crack of dawn.
Doors open from 9.00pm, tickets are $20 and punters are advised to be there early to avoid disappointment, especially as the queue for The Nudge’s previous show at SFBH snaked down along Cuba Street. Following this Labour Weekend party, The Nudge will be taking off to be part of Fly My Pretties IV.
‘Is that the sound of an Air Force Orion? No! It's the force of the voice of The Nudge's Ryan Prebble’
‘Is that a migrating pod of cosmic Sperm whales? No! It's the wailing Space Organ of The Nudge's Jimmy Coyle’
‘Is that a barrage of boulders erupting out of Ruapehu? No! It’s the sound of the Pounding rhythms of The Nudge's Iraia Whakamoe!!’