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Dragonette's Martina Sorbara on writing songs about cheating without actually cheating

Dragonette has been hot on the underground pop music scene for years, but only last year did they come charging out of the gate onto mainstream radio with "Hello," a global party-starter that saw Dragonette collaborate with French DJ-producer Martin Solveig. Almost overnight, Dragonette went from pop's consistently great, best-kept secret to Canada's first pop export this side of the 21st century that is cool to play at house parties.

See also: Dragonette at Larimer Lounge on Friday, September 21

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