I'll be perfectly honest: I really can't say I know too much about The Aggrolites, other than that the L.A.-based outfit purports its sound to be "dirty reggae" (according to a press release) and "feel good music" (according to its MySpace page). No complaints here, but, like I said, I'm kinda clueless here. Although I can certain;y see how this show would indeed e a good time under the right influence.
Anyway, here's what I do know for sure: The Aggrolites are stopping by the Granada Theater tomorrow night, and the theater has been kinda enough to pass along five pairs of tickets to interested DC9 readers. And we're gonna give them out, right now, to the first five people to shoot me an email with the words "Feel Good Music" in the subject line. Simple as that. Good luck!
Update: Contest is over. Congrats to our winners.
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