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Stylecaster's Summer Concert Series: The Beach Fossils Edition

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Photos via StyleCaster photographer Joey D'Arco

Tuesday night, all the downtown cool kids came out for StyleCaster's Summer Concert Series. The party—presented by BCBGeneration and Death + Taxes—chock-filled Santos Party House with an effortlessly trendy crowd that got the chance to mingle, get a little sloppy, and nod their heads to music by DJ Mick Boogie. But the highlight of the night (well after the pineapple vodka of course) was when Brooklyn-based band the Beach Fossils played their set. The masses swooned—and crowd surfed—to the melodies. If the rest of the concert series proves to be like this, than we're guessing we'll be surrendering our Tuesday nights from herein on. —Anna Fursoff
· StyleCaster [Official Site]

Santos Party House

96 Lafayette St., New York, NY