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Download The Get's Free Lush Haus Mix; Playing Propaganda with Sumsun on Wednesday

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Judson Rodgers, the mastermind behind the spacy swirl of West Palm Beach electro act Sumsun, leads a new night of experimental dance music to Lake Worth's Propaganda.

They've been all up in the Hype Machine koolaid recently, labeled everything from "non-menthol dub" to "jungle industrial electropop fun dance," but Sumsun's sticking to what they do best and bringing their hometown-infused beats back where they belong, along with a few friends.

Beginning Wednesday, December 29, Rodgers will take time off his busy schedule to launch the Lush Haus residency, a monthly event where nebulous, if not insular, sounds will reign supreme.

To help Rodgers keep things hazily tight, equally Toro Y

Moi-adoring DJs Secret Hideout and the Get will assist behind the

decks. Lush Haus also promises visual stimulation via projections by graphic

artist Jesselisa Moretti. These kaleidoscopic visions eddying and

churning to the off-centered beat will put attendees' neurons through the

ringer.

As if all this was not enough dizzying excitement, former West Palm

Beach and now Gainesville act Hear

Hums will also be on-hand, performing its celestial blur live. With no

cover, this "night of forward thinking music" is sure to enchant fans of

experimental dance.

Need further persuasion? Check out The Get's Lush Haus December 2010 Mix here. The 54-and-a-half-minutes-worth of a mix is sure to get anyone's dancing shoes on with loungy rhythms you'd expect at the swankiest of poolsides on South Beach.

Sumsun, The Get, Secret Hideout, Hear Hums, and Live Visuals by Jesselisa Moretti, Wednesday, December 29, at 10pm. At Propaganda, 6 South J Street, Lake Worth. No cover. For more info, visit propagandalw.com.

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