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Wednesday, Oct 26, 2011

Spin jumps on the dubstep bandwagon

By Seth Combs
Shotonscene-4909 Photo by Jeff Turbo Corrigan

Sorry, that’s not Paul Wall and, no, he’s not dating Scary Spice. It’s just a guy who thinks mouth grills are still cool and a go-go dancer who’s a wee bit past her prime (pilates class called—they miss you). But, hey, Spin nightclub finally jumped on the dubstep bandwagon (enough with the dubstep, already!) on Friday night, hosting New Zealand DJ duo Truth, so you can’t be surprised if the clientele is a little behind the times. Wait, maybe grills are cool again? I need to call my dentist.




 
 
 
 
 
 
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