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Andy C Drops Beats at Black Sheep June 25

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Next week Juan Loumiet is bringing Andy C to Black Sheep (formerly Laundry Bar).  Besides being one of the first kids on the block with that drum 'n' bass stuff and besides the fact that he is dope on the tables, not always sticking to two decks, he is also known for talking promoters into letting him stretch out his sets a little longer than is the norm.  It will be a real treat to see this guy in a more intimate venue.  Be forewarned that this event starts really early and will actually start on time, so don't dawdle.

Andy C plays Thursday, June 25 at Black Sheep.  Music starts at 8 p.m. Also appearing are Juan Basshead, Tha Substitutes, Danny Bled, Chino, the Engineer, SOMEJERK, and more TBA.  More information at
www.myspace.com/blacksheepmiami

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