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Photos from Feadz at the Avalon

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Photos from Feadz at the Avalon

Posted on 17 May 2009 by shaunt


Here are some (old-ish) photos from Feadz at Control at the Avalon, taken April 24th. CLICK IT to see the gallery, or visit our flickr.

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Photos from last night – Feadz at Avalon

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Photos from last night – Feadz at Avalon

Posted on 13 September 2008 by shaunt

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Kid Cudi

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For high resolution photos, see the photos on our flickr account.

Taken September 12th, 2008 at the Avalon, Hollywood


We will be at the Nocturnal Festival tonight (September 13) featuring Digitalism, and So-Me. If you’re there, look for us! Check back tomorrow for those photos…

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September in LA – Upcoming Shows

Posted on 21 August 2008 by shaunt

MSTRKRFT and Calvin Harris will be touring together for the Fist of God Tour, with two shows scheduled for Los Angeles. (Calvin will do a DJ set.) The first will be at the Music Box on Sept. 26, while the second is scheduled for Sept. 28 at the El Rey Theatre. Both shows go on sale this Friday, August 22, at 10 a.m. Tickets for the El Rey show cost $29, and tickets for the Music Box are $28.

Buy Tickets: 9/26 at the Fonda or 9/28 at the El Rey

also…

Avalon Hollywood presents a night of indie electronic music on Friday September 12th featuring Feadz (of Ed Banger Records) and Kid Cudi (Plain Music). This is the first time Feadz is playing in Los Angeles. Presale tickets are available at Wanttickets for $10 each.

but wait… there’s more…

Scion House Party presents The Midnight Juggernauts to the Vanguard Wendesday, September 10

Click the flier to RSVP for free entry

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Feadz – Cool as Feadz

Posted on 03 August 2008 by levon

Feadz, part of Ed Banger Records, has released a new single called “Cool as Feadz”. The track samples the song “Cold as Ice”, originally by Foreigner. By adding a nice heavy beat to it, he turns the old track into a new dance song.

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