DJ Cristi 10hagen Wins Third Round of New Times' Summer Spin Series

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The third round of the Summer Spin Series is in the books. DJ Christi 10hagen completely refrained from playing The Black Eyed Peas (something that's been a rarity during this competition) and still managed to impress the  crowd and judges enough to declare her the winner.

DJ Christi 10hagen will be facing off against round one winner DJ Alej Varez and round two winner DJ Edgar at the finals on October 16. As always, Gryphon nightclub will play host. Make your plans now, as admission is free with open bar from 10:30 to midnight. Check out a quick mini-mix by this champion spinner after the jump.

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