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Monday, June 3, 2013

Photos: Destroid Does Robo-Dubstep Live at the Warfield

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click to enlarge Destroid at the Warfield. All photos by Christopher Victorio
  • Destroid at the Warfield. All photos by Christopher Victorio

Destroid

Friday, May 31, 2013

The Warfield

Destroid -- a new "live" "dubstep" "supergroup" whose members dress up in elaborate robot outfits and play bass music with devices that resemble guitars and basses -- came to the Warfield on Friday for its first-ever live show. All the kids were there, sporting colored beads and bare flesh. For a look at the robo-revelry, we sent photographer Christopher Victorio. He returned, eardrums tattered, with these images.

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