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Tonight: LAist presents Princeton & Castledoor @ Spaceland
We are extremely proud to announce that LAist is presenting its first show ever, and a great show at that. Tonight Eagle Rock-bred indie rock outfit Princeton (LAist Interview) and Silver Lake's own indie pop stalwarts Castledoor (LAist Review, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7) will be performing at Spaceland. We've also been told that, sadly, this will be Castledoor's final show. LAist photographer Jeff Koga has compiled a retrospective of LAist's Castledoor coverage to commemorate the last five some-odd years, which can be found here. Furthermore, we'd like to express our gratitude to the aforementioned band for all that they've done for the local music scene.
Princeton - "Calypso Gold"
So come on out and celebrate with us! Share tears and beers! Show up in droves! First 100 people in get a huge pat on the back, maybe even a hug!
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