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Sat 1.18 Verboten: Matthew Dear / Matt Tolfrey / Ryan Crosson / jozif

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[SIZE=4]Saturday 1.18
Verboten presents Don't Be Leftout
[B][SIZE=5]Matthew Dear / Matt Tolfrey / Ryan Crosson / jozif[/SIZE][/B]
The Paper Box[/SIZE]


[IMG]http://www.verbotennewyork.com/images/dear.jpg[/IMG]

[SIZE=4][URL=http://residentadvisor.net/Verboten]Tickets[/URL] / [URL=https://www.facebook.com/events/1432187437012735]Facebook[/URL][/SIZE]

Verboten is back at our fav little Bushwick spot with Leftroom Records for "Don't Be Leftout." Matthew Dear, Visionquest's Ryan Crosson & jozif join Leftroom bossman Matt Tolfrey for a night of big sounds in a small space.

The Paper Box / 17 Meadow St Brooklyn / Doors at 10pm / 21+

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Warm up for the 18th with Matt Tolfrey's feature on the Verboten Transmissions podcast -

https://soundcloud.com/verbotennewyork/070-matt-tolfrey

Edited by VerbotenNY

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Excited to have Seth Hosko opening up the night for his Verboten debut on Saturday -

https://soundcloud.com/sethhosko

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Set times for this Saturday -


Main Room:
10 / Seth Hosko
12 / Matthew Dear
close / Matt Tolfrey b2b Ryan Crosson

Side Room:
12 / Kerb Staller (jozif b2b Matt Tolfrey)
2 / jozif

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