Broken Disco 10

Friday, January 11

“What is a DJ if he can’t scratch?” Ask Greg Broussard, who is one of those DJ/producers you probably can’t place but whose cuts were instrumental in the ‘80s electro scene that’s influencing everything you love now. Tracks like “Egypt, Egypt” and “Computer Love” might have come out when you were seven, but they’re respected by breakdancers and left-field experimentalists alike for their place in history. And this is a Broken Disco party—big number 10 to be exact!—so if electro isn’t your bag, there’s live performances by incredible locals like Caro and Electrosect to sweeten the deal. Don’t bump the tables! With Egyptian Lover featuring Jamie Jupiter, Zac Hendrix, Michaal Manahan, Adlib, Something’s Burning, Killing Frenzy. RACHEL SHIMP

Listen to a sample of Egyptian Lover's "Keep It Hot."

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Fri., Jan. 11, 9 p.m., 2008

 
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