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Boys Noize Records at Sunday School 2011, March 26

We are waiting until after the full 36-hour rager known as Sunday School: The Lost Weekend to give our verdict. But after stopping by last night (this morning, really), Sunday's climax seems promising.

We arrived early in the night to find it a little dead. But after returning at 4 in the morning, the place was packed. Richie Hawtin was getting ready to take over the lobby stage during his Minus showcase. He followed Gaiser, who performed live to a packed room.

Just typing that has us reliving the heat, sweat, and body odor.

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One thing that bothered us, though, was the empty adjacent room. It was hosting the Boys Noize Records showcase. The space was outfitted with a massive LED stage and featured sets by Djedjotronic, D.I.M. Tiga, and Housemeister, and a live performance by Spank Rock. We also spotted the noizy boy himself.

Anyway, a taste of Housemeister's set on the LED stage. (Apologies for the awful sound quality.)

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