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Zola Jesus, LA Vampires, Xanopticon - Echoplex - October 31, 2011

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The crowd: Just in case you couldn't tell these very attractive and mildly anti-social types would rather be anywhere besides the HARD Haunted Mansion, they were very fond of saying, "Ugh, is this Skrillex?" to every single track of cartoonishly blown-out bass music that served as the filler between LA Vampires and Zola Jesus. It probably was Skrillex, though.

Personal bias: Really, at some point, one of these witch house acts is going to "accidentally" rip off "Werewolf Bar Mitzvah" on some "My Sweet Lord" tip.

Random Notebook dump: One thing becomes abundantly clear watching Zola Jesus in action. She can totally dunk a basketball if she put her mind to it. (Jokes, she can't be taller than 4'10".)

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