DJ Duo Classixx Spinning at the Vagabond Tonight

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If you've hit up the downtown/Wynwood nightlife scene, you most likely are familiar with LA DJ duo Classixx, even if you aren't aware of it. They are partly responsible for turning tracks into dancefloor gold through the art of remixing, including Phoenix's "Lisztomania" and the Ting Tings' "Shut Up and Let Me Go." In short, everything they touch turns to disco. But they've also managed to gain popularity with their own work, including the superb "I'll Get You."

You'll have a chance to catch them tonight at the Vagabond (30 NE 14th Street, Miami), which last time they spun there was for the Scion A/V tour back in March. You can also expect the usual slew of resident DJs including Lolo, Ray Milian, Mike Deuce and more.

After the jump, check our Classixx's video for "I'll Get You," which was directed by Mark Hunter of the LA photo site The Cobrasnake.

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