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Live Music every night Tuesday through Sunday. Local, National, and International. Comfy sofas, atmospheric lighting and delicious drinks. In the basement, 118 Tory St

Weezer Tribute this Saturday

Featuring Solo Ono, Milkshake Cowboyz, god bows to math & Kiko (named for the teenage Japanese fan Rivers Cumo was rumored to have written several songs on Pinkerton for). And Weezer karaoke.  Kick off 10pm sharp.

SOLO ONO: Buddy holly, Island in the sun, Pink triangle

MILKSHAKE COWBOYZ: undone (sweater song), only in dreams, across the sea, in the garage

GOD BOWS TO MATH: If you really want me to, Beverly Hills, Keep Fishin, Hash Pipe 

KIKO: Tired of Sex, el scorcho, the good life, say it ain't so


We though seeing as Mirah (one of K record's brightest stars) will be playing the following night we’d take this opportunity to screen the K Records documentary.

Kicks off at 8pm sharp. Free Entry. Drink Specials. We’ll be doing dinner runs to the surrounding restaurants for ya's as well. If it goes well, we’ll do some more screenings in the future.

The Shield Around the K: The Story of K Records screens at Happy October 27th.

The Shield Around the K: The Story of K Records, profiles the birth and growth of the punk rock DIY record label, K Records, based in Olympia, Washington. Co-Founders, Calvin Johnson and Candice Pedersen are interviewed along with over 20 K artists and peers including Mecca Normal, Lois, Rose Melberg, Ian MacKaye, Slim Moon, Dean Wareham and more. Directed by Heather Rose Dominic, The Shield Around the K features performances by Calvin Johnson's legendary Beat Happening. International Pop Underground Festival footage features Fugazi, Beat Happening, Mecca Normal and others. The Shield Around the K portrays an independent record label whose lo-fi credibility has never been compromised.

With many thanks to director Heather Rose Dominic.

Vinyl Friday has been moved to the 22nd of this month.

Sorry for the inconvenience, but we have had to move our 'last Friday of every month' residency to the second to last Friday of this month only. So, instead of the 29th it will be a happening on October 22nd.

The Outsiders US tour fundraising show

Two shows one night! Sleepy Age and No Aloha on October 15th kick off at 8pm and go until 11pm. The Outsiders open their doors at 11pm.

 The Outsiders are quickly making a name for themselves as one of the hardest working bands in New Zealand. The band released their Debut album The Words Will Write Themselves in May and while only a band for Two years they have toured Europe/UK Australia and New Zealand extensively and will now make their first trip to the United States.
The Outsiders will perform at the No Idea Records Fest in Gainesville Florida alongside such Punk/Metal and Indie heavyweights as High on Fire, Me First and the Gimmie Gimmes, Frank Turner, Dead to Me, O Pioneers, Outbreak, Strike Anywhere and more. They will then embark on a three week American tour playing everywhere from LA, to New York, Boston and Louisiana and meeting with US labels.
The band are playing a one off Fundraising show in Wellington on Friday October 15th with The Strikes and The Guilt Society (Show from 11pm) and are offering their album and EP half price from their Bandcamp Page up until the show