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Soundcheck: Electrocute @ Spaceland, 2/17/08
Part of an ongoing series.
Last Sunday, local electronic pop duo Electrocute (MySpace), perhaps best known for their song "Bikini Bottom" on the SpongeBob SquarePants Movie soundtrack, concluded their February residency at Spaceland (MySpace) in Silver Lake. The lineup included Totally Radd!! (MySpace) and Har Mar Superstar (MySpace).
This month, the artists who've shared their stage include Punk Bunny (MySpace), ARP (MySpace), Laco$te (MySpace), The Lady Tigra (MySpace), and B.R.A.M (MySpace).
Tonight, Electrocute performs with Holly Marilyn (MySpace), CASXIO (MySpace), and Ride on Rides (MySpace), as part of Indie 103.1 (MySpace)'s weekly Check One Two (MySpace) series, at The Viper Room (MySpace) in West Hollywood. As with all of Check One Two's shows there, e-mail them at their MySpace page to get on their free guestlist (21+ only).
More photos from soundcheck after the jump.
Special thanks to Electrocute and Spaceland.
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