Concerts

A Decade of Poplife June 6 at White Room

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It's official: Poplife turns 10 next month. Last year, when we sat down and spoke with founders Aramis Lorie and Barbara Basti about the party turning 9, we thought that was a milestone, but 10 sounds so much more official, no? And to celebrate that achievement, the party is bringing Atlanta rockers Snowden to help with the festivities. The quartet is probably best known for their tracks "Black Eyes" (made hipster dancefloor-ready by Atlanta DJ Le Castle Vania) and "Anti Anti." Word is also there will be more special guests announced as well as a few surprises the day of.

The celebration goes down Saturday, June 6, at White Room, of course.

In the meantime, check out our slideshow from last year's celebration which featured Brooklyn duo Free Blood.

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