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12th Planet Loves South Florida! Two Area Gigs in February 2012

As 2012 begins and each day cautiously passes on to the next, many will be emptying their life savings and heading off to share their last sips of kool-aid, But Skrillex's Mothership counterpart 12th Planet is gathering us to celebrate! 12th Planet is bringing his The End Is Near 2012 tour across the U.S. and Canada, and he's kicking it off in Miami at Grand Central, and the following night here at Revolution in Fort Lauderdale.
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His tour is packing some major heat. He's bringing along veteran progressive producer Flinch, the laid-back, but poignant electronic R&B stylings of Kastle, and newcomer Crizzly.


12th Planet​ worked with Flinch (and some participation from Skrillex) and will be releasing his EP The End Is Near Pt 1 on January 18 as a free download. Their lead track, featured below, is a telltale sign that this tour is going to hit so hard it might just render us speechless, deaf, vision impaired, and with a loss of sensation in our limbs. 


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