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LastNightsParty and Danger Team Up to Take Over Louis December 4

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Hipster girls flashing their tits and a DJ with a French touch -- what could be better? Well, the fact that it's happening during the week of Art Basel is a bonus. And it's all going down at Louis (2325 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach) December 4.

If you aren't familiar with French DJ/producer Franck Rivoire, a.k.a. Danger, we forgive you -- we aren't exactly familiar with his work either. But this we do know: He puts on a show like no other. Bloated press releases call him the next Daft Punk or Deadmau5, but we tend to take claims like that with a grain of salt because they only lead to disappointment. Still, Danger disguises himself from head to toe, allowing only his music and visuals to speak for him.

Also on board for the night is professional skateboarder Chad Muska, who we suppose fancies himself a DJ, along with Misfit resident DJ Damaged Goods.

All this debauchary will be hosted by who other than Bronques of LastNightsParty fame. Show starts early -- Danger will be on by 12:30 p.m. -- in order to give the hipsters ample time to check out electrohouse overlords Justice at Mansion on the same night. Thank the Opium Group for the consideration.

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