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Soundcheck: The Pity Party @ Spaceland, 2/4/08
Part of an ongoing series.
Speaking of local rock duos (and also tonight), The Pity Party (MySpace), who were interviewed here at LAist earlier this month, conclude their February residency at Spaceland (MySpace) in Silver Lake.
This month, the artists who've shared their stage include The Happy Hollows (MySpace), Light FM (MySpace), Rademacher (MySpace), Twilight Sleep (MySpace), The Human Value (MySpace), Karin Tatoyan (MySpace), What Made Milwaukee Famous (MySpace), Ladies And Gents (MySpace), and Film School (MySpace).
Tonight's lineup includes Secret Six (MySpace), Rolling Blackouts (MySpace), and Meho Plaza (MySpace). In addition, the show is free.
The Pity Party's next local show will be tomorrow night with Softlightes (MySpace) and BlowUpBlow (MySpace) at The Prospector (MySpace) in Long Beach. They also have several shows next month at SXSW in Austin.
More photos from the headliner's soundcheck after the jump.
Special thanks to The Pity Party and Spaceland.
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