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Matt and Kim Play Third Thursday Tonight

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Yes, The Valley's ever-fluxing, erm "format modifying," station FM 103.9, better known as The Edge is still hosting those free Third Thursday concerts that brought acts like MGMT, The Ataris and Alien Ant Farm to the open-air mall Tempe Marketplace. Now a mainstay in Old Town Scottsdale's Craftsman Court, this month's bash presents Arizonans with headliners Matt and Kim, with support from local acts The Bollox and Telescope.

The sugary sweet, dance slop duo have had a big year: not only winning a moon man for best breakthrough video for their song "Lessons Learned," (best summarized as a drawn out stripping-in-public music video with a crazy end), their Fader debut Grand cracked the Billboard Top 200, and, possibly most importantly, their song "Daylight" was featured in this Bacardi mojito commerical.


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