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Mulberry Celebrates Mix Tape Tour with Live Performances at Their Spring Street Store

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Mulberry's m.o. for a good party? More music. Last night's Spring Street store party's special guest, Little Dragon's? More cowbell. Actually, the Swedish band is much stronger in synth than in cowbell, much to the enthusiastic party patrons (including #HotEditor David Thielebeule's) liking. Little Dragon is one of many bands Mulberry has built a relationship with over the years by throwing great, music-centric parties. Relationships with artists is something the company prides itself in, and is now embracing with a series of shows featuring bands like Kasabian and Hot Chip as part of their "Mix Tape Tour."—Payton Wang
· Mix Tape Tour [Mulberry]