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Win Tickets to SYNDROMES with The Miguel Atwood-Ferguson Ensemble feat J.ROCC

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In 1996, J.ROCC released a mixtape called Syndromes which went on to achieve legendary status....

ArtDontSleep, creators of some of the city's most interesting events, has been deeply influenced by J.ROCC and especially by that tape, and had the idea to bring the Syndromes experience to life by teaming up with composer Miguel Atwood-Ferguson. In their words, "Miguel is one of the few people on planet Earth that can take a masterpiece like syndromes, a piece that is un-conventional in nature, and elevate it to the next level. Bear witness to one of the freshest concerts happening in all of 2013. Something so unique and original that we actually don’t have a precedent to show you as an example."

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Here's how: Tweet some appreciation for J.ROCC (@JROCC) and tag it #SYNDROMES113. A random winner will be chosen to get 2 tickets to the show. If you don't have Twitter, leave a comment on this post and include your email address so we can reach you if you're chosen.

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