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Thursday, May 1, 2008

Thursday To-Do: Juiceboxxx / Holy Shit

Posted By on Thu, May 1, 2008 at 9:47 AM

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9 p.m., the Exchange, Hot Springs. $TBA. 

So you're teen-aged, white and gangly. You're awkward in a way that suggests you won't grow out of it. You live in the suburbs. Now, thanks to the pioneering work of Juiceboxxx, a 22-year-old club rapper from outside of Milwaukee, Wis., who's been doing his thing for seven years now, you, too can become moderately famous and make the kids go crazy with your booty bass anthems. Painfully earnest, often shirtless and always sweat soaked, Juiceboxxx brings his infectious stage show to the Exchange on Thursday in support of his new 12-inch collab with Dre Skull, a slapper of a dance jam called “Center Stage.” Holy Shit is a new collaboration between underground heroes Matt Fishbeck, late of the Push Kings, and Ariel Pink, home recorder and Animal Collective compatriot. They come to Spa City in support of their debut album, “Stranded at Two Harbors,” a dreamy, disorienting slice of experimental pop to be released May 18 by UUAR. Local punks That Thing That Always Explodes open.


Juiceboxxx- Sweat
Juiceboxxx- Thunder Jam #3

Holy Shit- I'm Your Bully
Holy Shit- Big Ben Again

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