Entertainment

Vandalism's smooth moves make bass-ic business sense

YOU have to be in possession of a little hook to make it in the music business.

Whether it's sex or talent that sells, boring has never made business sense, and it's clear that this is the path travelled by leading electro dance outfit Vandalism.

Made up of husband and wife team Andy (DJ) and Cassie (vocalist) Van, the duo has completed more than a dozen international tours in the past few years, including appearances at party hotspots in London, Ibiza, Greece, Brazil, Sweden, Moscow and Korea.

Social Animal will never forget their last tour - the image of Cassie Van's long leather-gloved fingers stroking the chin of one adoring fan as she serenaded his overjoyed face at the front of the crowd.

We're sure Vandalism will be all hook at the Plantation Hotel on December 7.



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