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Tonight in Rock: Last Night to Be Toxic or Head to Brazil

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The Airborne Toxic Event at soundcheck (see more photos here) | Photo by Koga/LAist

It's the fifth Thursday of the month and this is your last chance to see The Airborne Toxic Event in their January Spaceland residency. KROQ and Indie 103.1 both added their song "Sometime Around Midnight" to their rotations last week and Airborne hears this is the first time in about 15 years KROQ has done this with an unsigned band (Weezer being that 15 year marker). "We also feel incredibly lucky and thankful that so many people seem to like our song. We are just a local band from Los Feliz and we would have never imagined we'd be writing an e-mail like this tonight," they wrote earlier this week.

Dengue Fever Record Release Party @ Echoplex
The Airborne Toxic Event, The Deadly Syndrome, Castledoor @ Spaceland
Mark Olson,Mary Gauthier @ The Troubadour
Afro-Cuban Jazz Masters @ House of Blues
Hell Ya! Deejays (Pittsburgh Slim, Hazeldon, Shwayze and Lisa D'Amato) @ The Echo
Sambada, Sambajah, Made in Bahia @ Temple Bar (Brazilian Night!)
Jenni Alpert, Bettina Bush, Jody Banks, Fire Bug @ The Mint

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"Missy" - The Airborne Toxic Event