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Kidrockers w/ Le Switch & Radars Bros. @ The Echo, 3/29/09

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Le Switch

Last Sunday was the fourth edition of Kidrockers at The Echo (MySpace), hosted by comedians Matt Dwyer (MySpace) and Matt Braunger (MySpace), with performances by local indie bands Le Switch (MySpace) and Radar Bros (MySpace).

With this show, it is become readily apparent that the Kidrockers brand, which was established in New York and started here late last year, is now strong enough to pack the room, regardless of their musical lineup.

The next edition of Kidrockers is scheduled for Sunday, April 26th and will be a Dangerbird Records showcase featuring Eulogies (MySpace) and The One AM Radio (MySpace). Meanwhile, Le Switch returns tomorrow night to the site of their February Spaceland (MySpace) residency, opening for Nashville-based Clem Snide (MySpace).

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Special thanks to Le Switch, Radar Bros., The Echo, and Kidrockers.