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Unicrons at Work 

Wednesday, Feb 18 2009
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On the same night Unicrons marks its expansion from club promotion ("Work," which melds house, electro, and rock at Underground SF) to record label, resident DJ Futuristic Prince also celebrates an evolution from mixmaster to original act. Futuristic Prince beams out electro tunes such as the distorted-guitar–laden "By Any Other Name" and the neo-rave anthem "What Are Little Girls Made Of," which twists the old "sugar and spice and everything nice" refrain.

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