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It should be established that when it comes to the next hot ish (yes, you can still say 'ish' in 2006), URB is not to be doubted. The local mag was up on M.I.A., Bloc Party, The Go! Team, Feist, Dears and Arcade Fire long before they were the top tracks on your last.fm charts. Well, tonight, they are celebrating the future of music with not one but two parties.

From 7-10pm we'll be breaking in the brand new (Next 100 artist Rhymefest doesn't want it unless it's brand new) Blu 82 at 2025 Sawtelle Blvd in Los Angeles. Free vittles and an Open Bar at this one.

Then, if you're not too drunky, the official Issue release party is at Red Buddha lounge from 10pm on. Both get downs will feature DJ sets by DJ Autobot and Cinespace fave Them Jeans.

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We know we're cutting it close but you still might have time to get on the list. RSVP: laparty@urb.com.

The future is now.