Win Tickets to Check Yo Ponytail with Sh*t Robot at the Echoplex – Sept. 16


Since 1992 Marcus Lambkin, also known as the disco-inspired act Sh*t Robot, began DJing in New York City, quickly being recognized by venues after passing out several mixtapes of his work. His single in 2010 “Take ‘Em Up” caused commotion among disco lovers, featuring background music similar to Kavinsky’s “Nightcall”. His creations of infectious dance beats will be heard on Monday, September 16, where he will be headlining at The Echoplex. Sh*t Robot puts on a hell of a performance, such as when he opened up for LCD Soundsystem wearing a glowing robot mask surrounded by a TV screen depicting a light show. Don’t miss out! Other dance artists performing include AVAN LAVA and Larry Gus.

Tickets to the show are $12, show starts at 8:00 pm and is 18 and over.  You can purchase your tickets here or take a stab at winning a pair by entering the contest below, courtesy of The Echoplex and Grimy Goods.


First make sure you’re following Grimy Goods on Twitter here and/or “like” our Facebook page here. Next, email with your full name for guest list and a clever reason why you want a pair of tickets to Sh*t Robot at the Echoplex!  When you’re done with your email, send us a Tweet (see below) so we know you entered the contest or you can post on our Facebook wall. We’ll select a winner that has done all of the above mentioned. Winners will be announced via email, Facebook and Twitter on Saturday, September 14. Winners will have until noon Sunday, September 15 to reply back to our email and confirm their win.

TWEET: Yo @GrimyGoods, I entered your contest for FREE tickets to @shitrobot at the @TheEchoLA PLEX on 9/16.

FACEBOOK: Just leave a comment on our wall letting us know you entered our contest for tickets to Sh*t Robot at the Echoplex on 9/16.

For more cool shows coming up at the Echoplex/Echo, click here. To enter other Grimy Goods contests, click here.

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