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MP3 of The Day: Radioboxer "Last Hero in Town," New and Live

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Radioboxer ain't fuckin' around. And they want you to know it. They've started off the year on a mean tear. First, there was a gig at everyone's favorite punk/rock haven, Churchill's, last Thursday. Then on Saturday, they rocked the Design District courtesy of Bardot. And they've got more opportunities still for you to catch them in the coming weeks. On the 29th they've slated a show for Propaganda, where the Palm Beach-bound can take in their sound. And on the 30th they're hitting up Miami's oldest bar, Tobacco Road. More shows lined up for February, including a special Valentines Day show. But more on that later.

Meanwhile, they're working hard on new music in anticipation of a second album. And because you're loyal readers, we're gonna hook you up with a brand new track, not on last year's kick ass debut Radio Drama. Here's a live recording of "Last Hero in Town."

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