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Ana Sia Plays The Rogue December 12

Concert announcements are starting to filter in for The Rogue, the Scottsdale night spot that formerly hosted the beloved hipster dance night Shake! (for about a half decade, if you can believe it) but is now moving in to live-action rock shows.


San Fran electro pop act Ana Sia (listen to one of her remixes below) will play a show at the The Rogue. Since no one describes music like publicists for electronic artists, I submit this quote:

Ana's energetic delivery of brain-fazing beats has earned the Princess Slay-ah an important spot in pioneering the West Coast future sound movement. She will take you on a musical expedition into the deepest reaches of your brain, as she masterfully blends a wide spectrum of rhythms with a beautiful fluidity and a delicate sensibility, giving the dance floor a delightful ride that ends at the corner of bliss and oblivion.

Uniting the best elements of dirty dubstep, grimy glitch, and her personalized blend of "global slut psy-hop," Ana Sia's sets confirm crunk status of all who dare enter into her seamless world of sound.

Ana Sia will be at the Rogue in Scottsdale Saturday, December 12th. While at The Rogue be sure to taste their Best of Phoenix award winning cocktail, The Trashcan.


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