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ELECTRONIC | The Crystal Method 

Known for the 90's hits "Keep Hope Alive" and "Busy Child," The Crystal Method continues to hypnotize audiences worldwide with its high-endurance, vinyl-scratching dance anthems. Formed in 1993 out of the Los Angeles big beat renaissance, The Crystal Method has celebrated more than twenty releases, including its new 2018 album, "The Trip Home." After DJ Ken Jordan retired from music in 2017, the other half of the original duo, Scott Kirkland, adopted The Crystal Method as a solo entity. It's a digital pop matrix pulsing with kinetic energy and kaleidoscopic grooves, morphing between dense and spacious soundscapes.

The Crystal Method will perform along with DJ Rob Morley and Stereo Nest on Saturday, May 18, 9 p.m. at Anthology, 336 East Avenue. $20. Ages 18 and over. 484-1964. anthologylive.com; thecrystalmethod.com.

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