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Alkemé: "If It Were Up to Me, Everyone Would Go Home and Make Babies After My Sets"

Dancing, as famed poet Robert Frost once wrote, is a vertical expression of a horizontal desire. In other words, when some couples take to the dance floor at your average club night, it's not only from a desire to show off some sweet steps and fancy moves. More carnal intentions might be afoot, which is something that Alkemé is more than happy to help facilitate.

The right song or groove can certainly heighten any sort of mood, especially those of an amorous nature, and act as audio aphrodisiac of sorts -- its pure chemistry, or, in her case, alchemy.

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Benjamin Leatherman is a staff writer at Phoenix New Times. He covers local nightlife, music, culture, geekery, and fringe pursuits.