Familia Moja Benefit

Some of the very best Christchurch acts have selflessly agreed to throw a party for all yous cats in support of an orphanage in Mang’u, Kenya.

Kicking the night off will be the fabulous WILL ROUD (of Coate)

Insatiable MIKEY SUMMERFIELD (of The Undercurrents)

Followed by some dream-pop/shoegaze-tastic hits from MINIATURES

Brian Feary’s own MAGIC EYE

Playing songs from their new “Domestic” ep. DOCTORS

The power-pop-punk ecstasy of THE TRANSISTORS.

In keeping with The Brewery’s ethos entry will be FREE. However there will be koha jars on the bar of which 100% will go to building a new self-sustaining housing facility for the inhabitants of Familia Moja Childrens Home. Donations of even the smallest amount are greatly appreciated.

Come have a party and feel good about supporting some cute-as-beans kids.

Do check out the bandcamp pages if you have not previously, there is some really great material available for free or very cheap.

More information on this great cause, details on how to come along to help build the new orphanage and other events we’re running in support of Familia Moja can be found at:





Huge thanks to Brian Feary for the poster design.

The Archive: Grand Opening

Bang! Bang! Eche! at the Archive
Bang! Bang! Eche! at the Archive

The Archive is a new soon-to-be-bar and performance space setup up by T’Nealle Worsley (Bang! Bang! Eche!) and Jasper Bryant-Greene on st Asaph Street – a welcome site in post-quake Christchurch.
The Archive Grand Opening
The Archive Grand Opening

Although they haven’t got a license yet, friday night they put together a brilliant all-ages opening party featuring Valdera, the Transistors and Bang! Bang! Eche! which had the whole places pumping and the kids climbing the walls – check out some of the photos I managed to snap during this cracker of a show, and look out for future events at the Archive.
The Transistors at the Archive
The Transistors at the Archive

There will in fact be a pop-up shop opening within the spot at the start of June:
The Archive: Pop Up Store