B-Sides: Hippie Sabotage 


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Pegged as "two brothers who make music," Hippie Sabotage is likely responsible for some of your favorite pop to dance re-imaginings in recent memory. Do you like Swedish pop phenom Tove Lo? What about New York-based songwriter and producer Elliot Moss? Well, Hippie Sabotage has you covered with sultry, low-key remixes that will make you want to close your eyes, feel the vibes and move your body as you see fit. Not every dance party has to get hyphy and the Saurer brothers are proof with their chilled out, sway-worthy Sacremento feel.

You can join in on the Hippie Sabotage groove at Club Congress (311 E. Congress St.) on Tuesday, Sept. 15. Doors open for the show at 8 p.m. and it is an all ages event. Tickets are $12 and available online in advance, along with more information, at


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