(((SHAKE))) Celebrates 40 Years of Laroc Tonight

In case you haven't heard, tonight marks the first (((SHAKE))) of 2010 at the Vagabond. And it's gonna be one helluva a party as pioneering Miami DJ Tom Laroc celebrates his 40th birthday with the Shake nation. A renaissance man whose skills on wax are only surpassed by his prowess in the kitchen, Laroc has been holding it down in the 305 for more than a minute. Today he's killing it with video DJ collective United Content Providers. So tonight, do your JOB! Head to (((SHAKE)))! Till then savor one of Laroc's latest video concoctions:

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