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Thursday, July 7, 2011

Grab Miguel Migs' New Single "Everybody" Early, Courtesy of a Certain Vodka Company

Posted By on Thu, Jul 7, 2011 at 5:48 PM

Miguel Migs in his Polk Street studio.
  • Miguel Migs in his Polk Street studio.

For some reason, a certain Swedish vodka maker recently introducd a special San Francisco-branded edition of its product. To pique the interest of locals (read: to market to them), it's holding some sort of get-involved thing on Facebook, where you can advertise yourself and your city preferences via photos and votes.

Because vodka and house music go together (duh?), the company has partnered with S.F. house producer Miguel Migs, and is releasing his new single, "Everybody," early on its Facebook page. (It's due for public release on July 12.) You can do it that way if you want -- go through and see pictures of Migs in his favorite S.F. locales before you find the download. Or you can simply go to the jump, where we've included a widget to download the track for the price of an e-mail.

(We might ask, if you like stuff like Miguel Miggs, are you really going to object to checking out photos on a spiritmaker's Facebook page?)

But just in case, grab the new single below. What's it like? Glitzy, crisp house with predictably sultry female vocals courtesy of Evelyn "Champagne" King. Warning: it contains purring lines like "Everybody's looking for someone to hold on to," so be prepared.

Migs' monthly party, Salted, is at Mighty this Saturday night.


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