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Download Radioboxer's "Go Home" Off New Album Magic City Ruse

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We don't have to tell you. There's nothing we dig here at Crossfade more than seeing local bands do their thing. And do it big.

One such band: Radioboxer. The bipolar power poppers' precocious debut album Radio Drama made some serious noise around town. And the set-to-drop follow-up Magic City Ruse is bringing the thunder again.

So in honor of the release (and in a personal dedication to some rabid commenter named fuck radioboxer who seems to thoroughly enjoy Radioboxer and can't to get enough coverage), the band has offered up this track off the new record.

And you, the readers, get to download it here for free. Consider it an amuse bouche. This catchy little ditty is called "Go Home," and it's just a wee sample of what the new record holds in store. Enjoy!

Especially you, lonely, anonymous basement poster named fuck radioboxer. Especially you.


Radioboxer's "Go Home"

Radioboxer's album release party for Magic City Ruse. Friday, April 1. The Stage, 170 NE 38th St., Miami. Doors open at 9 p.m. and admission costs $5. Call 305-576-9577 or visit

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