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Contest: Beast and These Electric Lives Rock the Mod Club

It's that time of year again, when the city explodes with awesome music events for the Holidays. On Friday, December 19th, the funky Montreal trip-hop duo Beast will roll into the Mod Club, alongside special guest These Electric Lives; and blogTO has your ticket in.

We're giving away a pair of tickets to the show, plus the new Beast CD to one lucky reader. We also have four copies of the Beast CD for our runner-ups... so let's get this Holiday thing started.

Beast comes to Toronto just as their song Mr. Hurricane is being featured an iTunes' single of the week. Combining the vocal charms of Betty Bonifassi with the forceful beat foundation of Jean-Phi Goncalves, Beast has been climbing up the Canadian Alt chart and promise to rock the Mod Club next week.

The show also features These Electric Lives, (featuring blogTO's own musical genius, Gary Peter) bringing their melodic electro rock back to Toronto fans. Working on a new album, the band is still enjoying the success of their huge remix release this year, and the praise from their live performances.

Want to see BOTH of these amazing bands live at the Mod Club?

How to Enter:

Post a comment with the name of your favourite Beast or These Electric Lives song, at or after 6pm blogTO time today. Please include a valid email address in the comment form, so we can contact you with prize claim details. The first comment to satisfy the above criteria will be our winner, and the next 4 our runner-ups.

Prize Details:

First Prize (x1)
Two tickets to the Edge Electric Xmas show featuring Beast
with opening acts These Electric Lives and Sunriser
December 19th at the Mod Club, 7:30pm
Plus one copy of the new Beast CD.

Runner-ups (x4)
One copy of the new Beast CD.


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