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Summer Camp w/ Crystal Antlers, Imaad Wasif & The Pity Party @ Little Radio, 6/14/08
Last Saturday, Little Radio (MySpace) resumed its weekly Summer Camp (MySpace) series Downtown with performances by local bands Crystal Antlers (MySpace), Imaad Wasif (MySpace), and The Pity Party (MySpace).
Tomorrow, Summer Camp continues with a lineup that reportedly includes local bands No Age (MySpace),
Abe Vigoda (MySpace), and The Deadly Syndrome (MySpace) as well as the Charleston-based The Explorers Club (MySpace). Admission (21+) is a $15 donation to the Little Radio Sound School Project at Roosevelt High School, and "...features more games, the super water slide, [and] a bigger pool," not to mention free alcohol and Rock Band.
As for upcoming shows, Crystal Antler's are on June 21st at The Prospector (MySpace) in Long Beach, July 17th at Detroit Bar (MySpace) in Costa Mesa, and July 18th at The Echo (MySpace), Imaad Wasif's on July 31st at The Smell (MySpace), and The Pity Party's is on July 3rd at Echo Curio (MySpace) in Echo Park with artist Ronald Dzerigian (MySpace).
Special thanks to Crystal Antlers, Imaad Wasif, The Pity Party, and Little Radio.
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