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David Cross' Taste of the Kitsch at Kutsher's: All Tomorrow's Parties

September 13, 2009 1:30 PM ET

Anyone up at All Tomorrow's Parties this weekend knows that the festival's unusual venue — Kutsher's Country Club — is nearly as fascinating as the hours of drony rock. David Cross was kind enough to take us on a tour of their gift shop, where purses worthy of the Flava Flav collection mingle with racks of tie-dye. Click above to watch him give the woman behind the counter the third degree.

And don't miss our reports on the music with exclusive interviews and live footage:
Animal Collective, Deerhunter, Sufjan Stevens Bring Lullabies and Assaults to All Tomorrow's Parties (featuring Animal Collective and Deerhunter videos)
The Feelies, Dirty Three With Nick Cave Revisit Classic Albums at All Tomorrow's Parties (featuring Dirty Three and Suicide videos)

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