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In their home laboratory, cousins Tom van Buskirk and George Langford of Javelin conduct strange sound experiments, feeding snippets of hip-hop, lost vinyl nuggets, and newly unearthed audio clips into a massive sonic collider.

The result: A series of increasingly legendary 12" records, mixtapes, CDs, and podcasts that completely confuse human ears, especially when recreated live via boombox towers of ever-growing proportions.

So ... Want tickets to this Saturday's show? Yes, you do.


1. Don't answer the Javelin question (see below) here on the blog. Go to Crossfade's Facebook page and Like it.

2. Find the Javelin update and slip your answer into the comment field.

3. From all the correct answers, we'll randomly choose a winner. So keep an eye on your Facebook messages.

4. Last thing ... You only have until noon Friday to enter. Be speedy!

Question: Which Javelin release has a cat face on the cover? And what year was it released?

Javelin with opening act Entresol, and DJs Laura of Miami, Mr. Pauer, and Benton, presented by WVUM 90.5 FM. Saturday, November 13. Awarehouse, 550 NW 29th St., Miami. The show starts at 9 p.m. and tickets cost $10 via wantickets.com. Visit awarehousemiami.com.

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