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French electro-pop sensation Jain sang, danced and jumped about on the steps of the Bacchus Temple Thursday night.Jain's dance-inducing tunes were guaranteed crowd pleasers to many of the up-close audience.The visual performance included a kitsch '80s aesthetic, most prominent alongside the flashy electro-funk song "Dynabeat".Between tunes, Jain tried to entertain the crowd to fill silences. Jain was not the sole contributor to the night's mixed energies.After Jain left the stage at the end of her performance, a dozen people began chanting about solidarity with Mashrou' Leila.Overall, Jain's catchy music was a crowd pleaser that made an entertaining evening.
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