Not too secret Moby DJ set

Supporting his fine new album “Last Night,” everyone’s favorite bald, Vegan techno giant will perform a not-really-very-secret “MySpace Secret Show” from the DJ booth at Smart Bar, 3730 N. Clark St., beginning at 9 Tuesday night and also featuring DFA Associates Holy Ghost!, Justin Miller and Jacques Renault.

According to the press release, “MySpace Music has organized more than 100 Secret Shows since the franchise launched in February 2006 with artists like Rilo Kiley, Fran Ferdinand, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Ray LaMontagne performing in cities around the world. For more information about the artists and upcoming schedule, visit the official MySpace Secret Shows profile at http://myspace.com/secretshows.”

All of that was news to me. I wonder if Rupert Murdoch knew?

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