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Shark, Blood 

Wednesday, Jan 7 2009
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Brooklyn's Free Blood centers its experimental dance pop on the harmonizing microphone antics of Madeleine Davy and John Pugh, who mix curious vocal textures with occasional beatboxing. They perform this week with LandShark, an act founded a few years ago by popular S.F.–based DJ and producer Lance De Sardi. LandShark pays homage to the dark synths of the late '70s and early '80s — from Joy Division to Depeche Mode — adding distinctly 21st-century doses of snark and sleaze to the mix.

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