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Kitsune Announces U.S. Spring 2013 Tour With Fred Falke, Lifelike, and Chrome Sparks

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Those darn Kitsuné kids are always trying to turn you on to new music. And wouldn't you know it, they have a knack for picking out real talent.

Last November, the Parisian electro label brought Oliver and the Twelves to Grand Central for their 10th Anniversary Club Tour. And even though 11 isn't as snappy a birthday, they're gonna do it again for a sweet spring 2013 fling called the Club Night Tour.

There aren't many specific details. But we can say Fred Falke will be coming to play Miami. Sometime between April 26 and May 18. Somewhere.

UPDATE The Kitsune Club Night Tour's Miami date and location has been revealed. And it's May 11 at The Garret at Grand Central.

See also:

-Fred Falke on Daft Punk's Return: "An Adrenaline Shot Into Mainstream EDM"

If we were the betting kind, we'd place our chips on Grand Central, since the downtown hangout played host last time. And it tends to book the kind of hip, sexy, dark vibes that Kitsuné brings to the dance floor.

The tour will also hit major markets including New York City, Los Angeles, Boston, Toronto, and more. We'll be sure to give you the deets as they reveal themselves to the world. Damn hype-masters.

For now, look forward to rich and sultry synths, with plenty of retro flare and nu-disco attitude.

Oh, and remember hipster dance freaks, it's never too early to start planning your party attire.

Kitsune Club Night Tour. With Fred Falke alongside Aramis Lorie and Ray Milian. Saturday, May 11. The Garret at Grand Central, 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami. The party starts at 11 p.m. and cover costs $10. Call 305-377-2277 or visit grandcentralmiami.com.

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