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Midnight Movie: Beck Debuts New Songs at The Echo
One week after mysteriously canceling his gig at the Echo, Beck and his brand new band appeared undercover and treated a full house of 300+ to an hour-long set of oldies, goodies, and tunes which remain unreleased. And no, Danger Mouse did not make an appearance....
But here's a song we've never heard before:
Beck and the gang are off to Europe for the summer but catch 'em late summer at the Hollywood Bowl (w/ Spoon, MGMT).
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