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It's a Threesome! Flosstradamus Added to Twin Shadow and Phantogram Show at Grand Central

Remember that Twin Shadow and Phantogram thing we were telling you about Tuesday morning over coffee? Well, the double date just became a threesome.

While lurking around Facebook, we noticed Chi-Town DJ team Flosstradamus has been added to Toyota Antics and Filter Magazine's tuneage gangbang. Extra Bonus: The fun is free. All you gotta do is RSVP.

Now if you haven't already hung out (and dry humped) with the Flossy boys, see the cut for a sexy vid, some biographical stats, and a free mixtape download. Consider it social lube.

For more sexy, romantic moments, visit the official Flossy YouTube.

A Quick and Dirty Profile of Flosstradamus

Members: Curt Cameruci (AKA Curtified, DJ Autobot, Nice Guys) and Josh Young (AKA Young Josh, J2K, DJ Boyfriend)

Hometown: Chicago, IL

Interests: Dance, fun, jokes.

Occupation: "We make people dance at the party, in the club, in the car, at your house, in your undies, and so on."

Favorite Toys: Three turntables, two mixers, and a variable speed back massager.

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Life Goals: Your pleasure.

Download: Up the Antics Sampler 3, Vol. 2

*Send your love letters and nudie pics to feedback@flosstradamus.com.

Flosstradamus with Twin Shadow and Phantogram. Thursday, December 2. Grand Central, 697 N Miami Ave., Miami. The party starts at 10 p.m. and admission is free with RSVP to uptheantics.com/baselantics. Ages 18 and up. Call 305-377-2277 or visit grandcentralmiami.com.

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