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Arts and Entertainment

Summer Camp w/ Paul Dillon, The Damselles & The TC4, Speedbuggy & The Happy Hollows @ Little Radio, 7/13/08

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Yesterday, Little Radio's Summer Camp series Downtown continued with performances by New York-based Paul Dillon (MySpace) from Silver Rockets (MySpace), as well as local bands The Damselles and The TC4 (MySpace), Speedbuggy (MySpace), and The Happy Hollows (MySpace).

The Damselles and the TC4 is a newly-formed supergroup, comprised of members from I Make This Sound (MySpace), Le Switch (MySpace), The Voyeurs (MySpace), and Division Day (MySpace). This was their second live performance, as their first one was at the recent Kickchella at All-Star Lanes in Eagle Rock. And incidentally, the TC in TC4 stands for their official "Hype Man" Todd Clifford, who owned and operated Sea Level Records (MySpace) in Echo Park.

As for upcoming shows, Dillon wraps up his local tour tonight at Spaceland (MySpace) in Silver Lake, and The Happy Hollow's are on July 19th at The Prospector (MySpace) in Long Beach and August 23rd at the Sunset Junction Street Festival (MySpace).

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Next Sunday, Summer Camp continues with performances by bands to be announced later this week. And on the 27th, Summer Camp concludes with Castledoor (MySpace) as the scheduled headliner.

Special thanks to Paul Dillon, The Damselles and The TC4, Speedbuggy, The Happy Hollows, and Little Radio.