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The casino-level sports lounge became an unlikely Strip hang for live indie music.

Cosmopolitan’s Book & Stage to close July 12

July 2nd, 2015

The casino-level sports lounge became an unlikely Strip hang for live indie music.

  • Celebrate the holiday with this sonic backdrop.

  • From opening for TSOL and playing for Timothy Leary, The Vermin has done it all.

  • Plus recording Sleep's Dopesmoker and the other 300 albums under his belt.

  • The group’s second go-around has been nothing short of incendiary.

  • When Miguel opened for Drake at MGM Grand in November, he did it in rock-star mode. Now, he continues in that direction.

  • Fans in Las Vegas can watch a simulcast at Brooklyn Bowl, at four local movie theaters or on YouTube.

  • Celebrating 25 years as a band, the 20th anniversary of the "Blue Album" and more.

  • Conor Oberst & Co. have been storing up plenty of anger.

  • Opening act Braids was so good, the synth-pop duo is lackluster by comparison.

  • Talking the new album, how Vegas is like "New Orleans on steroids" and a job offer from the Blue Man Group.

  • Reviewing Major Lazer, Galantis and Giorgio Moroder.

  • Aubergine Electric sounds like Nike Drake lived to discover synthesizes

  • Corner Stone, Left Standing, Happy Campers and others play Fremont Country Club.

  • Kicking back, smoking blunts and making spacey beats is the outfit's forte.

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