Berlin DJ D.I.M. Takes Over White Room Saturday

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If there is one thing Germans do right, its electronic music. Some of the best consistently comes out Deutschland, Berlin in particular. Why? I'm not sure. But D.I.M. is definitely not an exception. The Boys Noize Records DJ/producer has found plenty of success behind the decks with tracks like "It's You" and "Lyposuct" that takes listeners to dizzying heights.

D.I.M., AKA Andreas Meid, also frequently teams up with label-mate and superstar producer Alexander Rihda, AKA Boys Noize, to remix and produce under the name PIZQUe.

But if you need to witness this techno man-machine for yourself, the awesome people at Embrace and Overthrow are bring him to White Room tomorrow night for its Arcade party. Resident DJs Damaged Goods, Troy Kurtz and Juan Basshead will also be there.

Tickets are still available for $10 via wantickets.com.

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