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WMC 2010: Crosstown Rebels Get Lost Five-Year Anniversary

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​Sure, all the big Crosstown Rebels stars were just here for the Rebel Rave tour at Space this past Saturday. A WMC stop, though, with a Crosstown Rebels Get Lost party, is an absolute requirement. (Besides, sounds like some fans, and even DJs, weren't too thrilled about how the night at Space went down.)


The Crosstown Rebels WMC gig has become one of the most anticipated late-nighters, and this year is no different. Of course, it's at the home of quality techno, Electric Pickle, and goes from an insane 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 27. 

Here's the lineup, with everybody you'd expect: Damian Lazarus, Konrad Black, Lee Curtiss (live), Clive Henry vs. Dyed Soundroom, Shaun Reeves vs. Ryan Crosson, Glimpse (live), Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler, Mr C, Butane, Deniz Kurtel (live), Soul Clap, Lee Foss, Matt Tolfrey, Kenny Glasgow & Jonny White / Art Dept. (live), and Droog.

Electric Pickle, 2826 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Tickets cost $20 in advance from residentadvisor.net. Age 21 and up; 305-456-5613; electricpicklemiami.com

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