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Intro 10.22.12: Videos from Sebastian Ingrosso, The xx, Grimes, The Weeknd and more

Sebastian Ingrosso performs onstage at the Samsung Galaxy

Sebastian Ingrosso performs onstage at the Samsung Galaxy S III Launch hosted by Ashley Greene at Skylight Studios in Manhattan. (June 20, 2012) (Credit: Getty Images)

Sebastian Ingrosso leads the EDM crowd turning Nassau Coliseum into “The Haunted Coliseum” on Saturday.

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THE LIST

SEBASTIAN INGROSSO and ALESSO, “Calling (Lose My Mind).” At The Haunted Coliseum at Nassau Coliseum Saturday.
GRIMES, “Oblivion.” At Music Hall of Williamsburg Thursday and Sunday and Bowery Ballroom Friday and Saturday.
CAT POWER, “Cherokee.” At Hammerstein Ballroom Tuesday.
THE XX, “Angels.” At Paradise Theater Friday and Sunday.
THE WEEKND, “Rolling Stone.” At Terminal 5 Friday and Paradise Theater Saturday.
AL GREEN, “Love and Happiness.” At NYCB Theater at Westbury Friday.
SOCIAL DISTORTION, “Bad Luck.” At Roseland Ballroom Friday and The Paramount Saturday.
BLUE OYSTER CULT, “Burnin' for You.” At The Landmark Saturday and Best Buy Theater Sunday.
HEARTLESS BASTARDS, “Only for You.” At Irving Plaza Saturday.
MELISSA ETHERIDGE, “I Want to Come Over.” At Hammerstein Ballroom Wednesday and NYCB Theater at Westbury Saturday.
INDIGO GIRLS, “Galileo.” At The Paramount Thursday.
REGINA SPEKTOR, “How.” At Beacon Theater Wednesday.

Tags: Intro , Sebastian Ingrosso , Alesso , Indigo Girls , Regina Spektor , Grimes , Melissa Etheridge , Blue Oyster Cult , Heartless Bastards , The Weeknd , Cat Power , The xx , Social Distortion

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