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Friday, October 19, 2007

Pipettes to Bring Infectious Pop and Hotness to Bimbo's

Posted By on Fri, Oct 19, 2007 at 11:33 AM

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The Pipettes are hot and catchy and playing Bimbo's on the 29th. From SF Weekly:

Maybe it's because of Dreamgirls' Oscar win, or the popularity of Pussycat Dolls Presents: The Search for the Next Doll, but whatever the reason, the manufactured retro retread of the Pipettes could not be more perfectly timed. As a choreographed Brits-do-Brill Building indie grrrl group —the Shangri-Las and Stacey Q with a cheeky wink — this sassy trio is winning/breaking hearts. Even if conceived merely to allow thrift store raiders to don their polka-dotted dresses, the Pipettes would be excusable for producing giddy singles "Your Kisses Are Wasted on Me" and "Pull Shapes."

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