Wednesday, September 7, 2011


With great pop power comes great responsibility, and as your friendly neighborhood party people, we promise an amazing September night for y'all tonight. We've also got a last minute line up change for you, as Tiger Love have unfortunately had to cancel their performance at this month's show due to eleventh hour visa issues, but do trust that they will be back, bigger and better, to blow up a future Popshop this fall. Amply filling their shoes though will be our beloved Captain Cuts, who's got an arsenal of new bangers 'n mashes up his sleeve that we can't wait for y'all to salivate over. Oh and worry not, the rest of the allstar lineup remains fully intact and as glorious as ever.

Right on time, we've got another Popshop Radio mix from The Knocks to help you get your game face on before this Thursday. In addition to mainstays from Wynter Gordon, Samuel, and Goldsmith, there's also a whole slew of unreleased exclusives courtesy of The Knocks and Captain Cuts, with a special spotlight on the Captain's Foster The People and Dizzee Rascal mix which is just about the most amazing thing we've heard in ages. Also featured are some very familiar faces like the legendary Fatboy Slim and brand new Neon Gold fam ANR with "It's Around You". As rhetorical as it sounds, this is easily our best edition of the Radio yet, so get involved and reap its rewards. All advance tickets for tonight are sold out, but there will be an extremely limited amount of $15 tickets (keyword: EXTREMELY) available on the door tonight, so get down early if you want to be a part of what's shaping up to be our biggest Popshop ever.

1. "Champagne Kisses Could Work With Everything" - Samuel + Two Door Cinema Club
2. "Seeing is Believing" - The Knocks
3. "Dirty Talk" (Laidback Luke Remix) - Wynter Gordon
4. "Right Here Right Now" - Fatboy Slim
5. "Black + Gold" - Goldsmith
6. "Can't Stand Still" (The Knocks Remix) - The Postelles
7. "Houdini Look Sharp" - Captain Cuts
8. "Scenic World" (Pocketknife's Breathtaken Remix) - Beirut
9. "It's Around You" - ANR

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