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Flyer of the Week: Acid Girls and Tamara Sky at White Room This Saturday

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As bored young professionals with a median age of 28, we here at Crossfade spend our days online and our nights in the club. While it's light outside, we Twitter, blog, and stalk former sex partners on Facebook. Then, as soon as the sun goes down, we drink too much, dance too hard, and laugh too loud while ogling pretty strangers of every gender. 


And lately, there's nowhere better for drinking, dancing, laughing, and ogling than White Room's Arcade party. Proving it again, Embrace, Overthrow, and Sloppy Seconds have lined-up LA duo Acid Girls (actually dudes) and Tamara Sky for this Saturday's edition. Expect all-female cupcake fights and a DomiNazi

Now, over the last couple months, Crossfade's love for Ms. Sky has become a little too public. (See this and this and this.) But we've kept our feelings for Acid Girls below the gushing point. Well, no more ... The flood sounds something like: "Whoosh-shhh-shhh-flut-flut-flshhhhhh!" 

Onomatopoetics aside, though, this is the shit that'll drive our Twittering, YouTubing, and Facebook stalking come Sunday morning. 

Saturday, February 20. White Room, 1306 N. Miami Ave., Miami. The party starts at 10 p.m. and tickets cost $10 through Wantickets.com. 305-995-5050; whiteroommiami.com

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