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A Race of Angels

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If Res, Garth and Me'shell like them, they must be good, right? Well, tonight you get to decide for yourself as A Race of Angels performs at Little Temple while Jeremy Sole spins the afrobeat, funk and hip hop records. They will also perform with Me'Shell Ndegeocello Monday night at the El Rey. A Race of Angels are an LA based contemporary soul/funk explosion. Think Zero 7 with some kick. They've worked with other local underground soul artists (aka Temple Bar regulars) like GB. We were thinking about staying in tonight and curling up with a good book but the driving force of the drums and strings on our favorite track off of Broadcast Live -- "Michael & The Force" - might just drive us right on over to Little Temple by 10:30 tonight. $10 at the door.