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By PHOENIX STAFF  |  December 29, 2010


ROBYN + DIAMOND RINGS + NATALIA KILLS | House of Blues | February 4 | The American music world slept on the Robyn phenomenon big-time, letting this Swedish teen princess's 2005 transformation into a Kylie-meets-M.I.A. alt-pop sensation go virtually unnoticed. Her '10 behemoth, released as three EPs and containing the monstrous anthem "Dancing on My Own," proved to be harder to ignore, and topped most critics' year-end lists. So you won't be able to go to this victory-lap tour stop and claim that you saw her when or anything — although there is still time to claim bragging rights on Canadian electro-crooner Diamond Rings, whose Bowie-meets–Klaus Nomi stage oddity is at the very least a sight to see.

Daniel Brockman

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