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A-Trak & Kid Sister @ The Natural History Museum, 2/1/08
Earlier this month, A-Trak (MySpace) and Kid Sister (MySpace) performed as the co-headliners of First Fridays (MySpace) at the Natural History Museum in Exposition Park.
Meanwhile, Dublab (MySpace) DJs Frosty (MySpace) and Take (MySpace) spun tunes in the African Mammal Hall.
When Kanye West appeared at their show a week before at the American Museum of Natural History in New York (West is featured on Kid Sister's song "Pro Nails"), there was speculation that he would appear at the First Friday show, but he never showed.
A-Trak and Kid Sister's next local show will be on April 27th at Coachella, while the March 7th edition of First Fridays will feature music by WHY? (MySpace), Yacht (MySpace), and Dublab DJs ale (MySpace) and matthewdavid (MySpace).
More photos after the jump.
DJs Frosty & Take:
A-Trak & Kid Sister:
Special thanks to A-Trak, Kid Sister, and the Natural History Museum.
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