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B-Sides: Sage 

BACK TO BASS-ICS

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Back from 11 years on drum and bass hiatus, Sage is back making music you want to dance to. While the Belfast native is also known for her work as a composer in everything from Glad garbage bag commercials and the video game Mass Effect 2, the versatile musician is returning to her place as DJ now.

Sage performs in Tucson at the Solar Culture Gallery (31 E. Toole Ave.) on Saturday, Sept. 26 at 9 p.m. The marathon of dance music will last until 2 a.m. and the whole shebang is just $10.

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