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DJ Le Spam and the Miami Wax Record Sale Bring Back Vinyl at Champion Sound Tonight

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All you old-school heads, it's finally safe to creep out from your trenches and return to the club. If only for one night, the non-stop digital assault on classic wax has been called to a halt. And tonight at the Electric Pickle's Champion Sound, the 45 rules!

Leading the retro charge, special guest DJ Le Spam -- alongside residents Lumin, Sire Esq., Manuvers, and A-Train -- will slam that needle into the groove all night on deep cuts of funk, Latin, reggae, soul, and R&B.

And providing fresh artillery for the whole thing, local dealer Miami Wax will have stacks and stacks of volatile vinyl for sale.

DJ Le Spam and the Miami Wax Record Sale as part of Champion Sound. Wednesday, November 3. Electric Pickle, 2826 N. Miami Ave., Miami. The wax will drip at 10 p.m. and there's no cover. Call 305-456-5613 or visit electricpicklemiami.com.

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