Thursday, July 12, 2012

Girl Talk Is Coming to the Rialto

Posted By on Thu, Jul 12, 2012 at 5:00 PM

It's a little difficult to explain a Girl Talk concert and actually capture what the experience is like, but in essence a guy, probably shirtless, presses buttons on a Macbook and people dance. Yes, this probably seems like a strange thing to spend $30 on, but it's more of an experience than anything. The music is every song you've ever enjoyed, chopped up into ten second segments, played on top of each other, and everyone is dancing. Sort of one of those things you should probably experience once, and on October 10th at the Rialto, Girl Talk will be back to give you a chance to sweat off a few pounds.

It's been awhile since his last copyright violating mix, but if you want a taste of Girl Talk, the music, here you go:

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