Lollapalooza 2011, Saturday: Beats Antique | Photos

Beats Antique claim to be from California, but I'd swear the funky global-fusion troupe were a curiousity from the Caucasian mountains. With sexy ladies...
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By Brent DiCrescenzo |
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Beats Antique claim to be from California, but I'd swear the funky global-fusion troupe were a curiousity from the Caucasian mountains. With sexy ladies pounding away on percussion, the Gypsy techno was a curious mix of drum-and-bugle-corp drumline, Vegas showgirl revue and Armenian television.

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