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[ Written by: | 27 Nov 2009 | 5 Comments | ]
Best Restaurant in the World!!

Ken Yakitori Bar – K’Rd
89 Karangahape Road, Newton, Auckland City
We are in tonite for Leelee‘s `buggering off to London dinner and booze up’.
I fricken love this place!
Deep Fried Chicken Skin!!!!
Fuck yeah!

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[ Written by: | 13 Mar 2009 | 23 Comments | ]
Circoloco Downunder – Raresh, Rhadoo & Pedro hit Sydney

Pimped out boat – check
 
Shithot Romanians – check
 
BMP – all over that shit.

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[ Written by: | 12 Dec 2008 | 17 Comments | ]
The BMP Weekender: Greg Wilson & Luciano – Sydney Harbour

So the NZ contingent of the BMP have just recently returned back from a most successful weekender in Sydney, as we’ve been rabbitting on about for awhile now. 

Greg Wilson & Luciano on a boat only a 3 hour flight away. We’re there.
Huge amounts of planning went into preparing for the trip, so much so that I realised I hadn’t actually applied for leave from work until 2 days beforehand. That said, I had managed to sort out the somewhat elusive boat tickets for the BMP well in advance, so the …

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[ Written by: | 1 Dec 2008 | 14 Comments | ]
Driving to a land of convicts to listen to a man with a moustache

Decemeber 6th sees the 2nd officially sanctioned BMP roadtrip, this time crossing the tasman to see Luciano play on a boat in Sydney harbour.
Seeing as the first Dixon roadtrip with the now infamous kermit-mobile went so well, the early signs are all participants are holding grand hopes of a most excellent adventure.
The boat is due to leave 11am sharp with Greg Wilson playing a 4 hour opening set, followed by a 4 hour stint from Luciano. Great work by PulseFM for managing to tee up such a great lineup and a …

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[ Written by: | 28 Oct 2008 | 5 Comments | ]
Roy Ayers hot or not

All the Ak based BMP members were in attendance for Jazz/Funk legend Roy Ayers’ gig on saturday night.  I don’t know if the others have much to say about it. 
 
Instead of a review here is a hot or not as I am at work and don’t have time.
Hot:
Nearly beating the ninja at ‘burnout 3: takedown’ despite his supposed superiority.
Lengthy and mostly good set from Mr Ayers and band, hitting on his most well known songs early on (We live in Brooklyn, everybody loves the sunshine, running away) and continuing on …