Tonight is the night...
Sleazy and robotic beats, what's not to like?
By Luke O'Neil
March 18, 2008
"Modern electro music now comes packaged as pop songs," explains Michael Marotta, "which is what has helped the genre cross over to the indie rock crowd." The longtime promoter of the popular Brit indie dance night the Pill at Great Scott expands his operation down Harvard Avenue, taking over O'Briens on Tuesday nights for his new dance party Audiogasm. "The music is sleazier, synthier, and more robotic than the standard Pill set list," he says. "Plus, it's a good excuse to get glammed-up on the dance floor on a Tuesday night." 21+ 9 p.m. $6. O'Briens, 3 Harvard Ave., Allston. 617-782-6245. greatscottboston.com/obriens
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