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It's Curtains for Cinespace

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Hollywood's long-running Cinespace is calling it curtains on its tenure as a Boulevard bastion of music, lounge-ing, and screenings next month. The official announcement came via Facebook, reports Downtown Lobby, who note that the "Hollywood venue was a destination for bands and artists like Uffie, The Editors, Kid Cudi, Digitalism, The Presets, Boys Noize and Friendly Fires to get their start, especially through Dim Mak Tuesdays."

No news on what will happen with the space, or what's next for Cinespace, though the club is teasing fans with an impending follow-up announcement regarding their future plans.

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