Ruby Skye San Francisco

Ruby Skye & Spundae Present


Friday, September 28
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Smashing their way into the lead of the new wave Electro House rampage, Vandalism are on a search 'n' destroy mission to annihilate your senses. The hedonistic trio pillage the post-punk archives to put their unhinged club spin on the '80s underground anthem 'Never Say Never'. Retaining the original's raw energy, Vandalism pack their version with ram raided beats and tuff, angry bass to snarl the summer's most in-yer-face pick up line: I might like you better if we slept together.

Giving Never Say Never its vocal attitude is no nonsense songbird Cassie. No stranger to public attention, Cassie's stayed off the streets dancing her way around the world - from LA to London - and hosting the small screen's Slam Basketball show where her duties involved keeping surly sportsmen and rowdy rockdogs in line on the playing fields and festival circuit. Cassie was first heard busting her vocal chops with Girl-Band 'Girl Mansion', giving respect to her chick rock icons Blondie and The Go-Go's. Distracted by a new set of brash musical heroes (Kaiser Chiefs, End Of Fashion & Franz Ferdinand) she was soon lured to a lascivious Vandalism lifestyle. Never leaving home without being armed with her trusty Note Pad, Cassie's packin' music writing power proved a worthy combatant against the Vandalism boys, already co-penning the band's latest b-side and facing off with Van and Denny for future material.

Prize fighter Andy Van swaggers into Vandalism with nearly two decades of deck damage under his belt, having DJed his homeland of Australia's biggest parties (Summadayze and Gatecrasher to name just a few) as well as spinning out to hundreds of thousands more at the Love Parade, Creamfields, Manumission and other parties and clubs around the globe. On radio he's trounced transmissions via Britain's Radio 1 (alongside Danny Rampling), Australia's Austereo Network (Loaded) and Melbourne's agenda-setting Kiss FM (Friday night's Vandalism.TV). When not wreaking turntable havoc, Van's swung a bat through the record industry with his internationally-renown Vicious label, home to artists such as Dirty South, Nubreed & mrTimothy. A constant flow of mix CDs (including three MOS Summer Annuals) and crossover hits as Blackout, Astral Project and Bubbleman have yet to keep him out of trouble. And his stint as one-half of household invaders Madison Avenue saw him menace the charts with million seller Don't Call Me Baby & Who The Hell Are You?.
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