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Win Tickets to See The Crystal Method at the Roxy

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You've heard their tracks on the Blade movies, Zoolander, and Romeo Must Die. You know their work from the theme song to Bones. You've gamed to their music on Dance Dance Revolution and Gran Turismo 4. You've even listened to their radio show on Indie 103.1 (on Community Service on Friday nights 10 pm-midnight). But most notably, if you're any kind of electronica fan, you've ardently followed their music for a decade since the release of "Vegas."

Now you can see Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland, better known as The Crystal Method, DJing live at a BPM-sponsored party next Tuesday night at the Roxy. The pair is celebrating the ten-year anniversary of "Vegas" and the release of a deluxe edition of "Vegas" which features a remastered version of the original album plus a disc of original remixes.

LAist has a pair of tickets to give away to watch these legends of big beat perform their electronic mastery. For this contest, in honor of "Vegas," leave a comment telling us what your favorite place to stay is in Vegas (and any other crazy associated stories if you feel so inclined). Remember you have to be a registered commentor to win. Entries must be received by Saturday at 11 pm.

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