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Viva Le Vox CD Release Party at Propaganda on October 3

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It's time to gear up for what's going to be one of the most explosive, high energy CD release parties in South Florida this year. Delray-based psychobilly badasses Viva Le Vox are unleashing their brand new EP on October 3 at Propaganda. Viva Le Vox is famous (around these parts at least) for having one of the most high energy shows you'll see from a local band. Upright bass, old school microphones, and an accordion are just a few of the instruments tossed around on stage, and Viva's die hard fans help ratchet up the energy even more. The show is 21 and up only and starts at 8 p.m.

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