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Watch Long Beach Punks Tijuana Panthers Perform at #AnalogMigration in Chicago

Last week, we hosted our debut, beer-fueled Analog Migration, a brand-new series of events presented by Goose Island Beer Co. and The FADER that features live performances by some of our favorite artists, a pop-up record shop featuring FADER-curated vinyl, and copious amounts of 312 Pale Ale. For our kickoff in Chicago, we invited California trio Tijuana Panthers as well as Run The Jewels. You've already seen photos from the party, and this morning we posted a clip of Killer Mike and El-P performing "Run The Jewels." Now, here's a video of California trio Tijuana Panthers playing their scuzzy, anthemic single "Cherry Street".

As previously reported, we are also in the midst of a very special contest. For your chance to win, Tweet @TheFADER and @GooseIsland with #AnalogMigration and tell us your desert island playlist: what one record would you want with you if you were stranded without hope of rescue? We'll pick our favorite entry on Monday; the grand prize will be a custom-made Goose Island turntable, designed by Brewmaster Brett Porter, and two vinyls: a tough-to-find European edition of Run The Jewels eponymous Fool's Gold debut (featuring a bonus track and remixes by Dave Sitek and Blue Sky Black Death) and signed by both Killer Mike and El-P, as well as an autographed copy of Tijuana Panthers' Semi Sweet. The winner will also receive a year-long subscription to The FADER. The next #AnalogMigration event is in San Francisco; check back for information on how to RSVP.

Watch Long Beach Punks Tijuana Panthers Perform at #AnalogMigration in Chicago