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Gallery: Santigold and her diverse mix of beats performs at Fox Oakland

Santigold, along with their eclectic mix of indie rock, house, dub and booty bass came to Oakland last night, and she performed a set on 12/12/12 in front of an equally eclectic crowd. The Brooklyn resident, who beamed brightly between tracks as the front row kept their manic dispositions, kept the crowd raucous with songs from her two albums, the self-titled Santigold and Master of My Make Believe, with assistance from her backup dancers, who utilized some freak nasty booty shakes to keep the crowd roaring during costume changes. Check out our pics of the show above.

Photos: Kevin Lee / December 12, 2012


Santigold, along with their eclectic mix of indie rock, house, dub and booty bass came to Oakland last night, and she performed a set on 12/12/12 in front of an equally eclectic crowd. The Brooklyn resident, who beamed brightly between tracks as the front row kept their manic dispositions, kept the crowd raucous with songs from her two albums, the self-titled Santigold and Master of My Make Believe, with assistance from her backup dancers, who utilized some freak nasty booty shakes to keep the crowd roaring during costume changes. Check out our pics of the show above.

posted: December 12th, 2012, 10:14pm



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