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Konrad Black Plays Electric Pickle on Sunday

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The impromptu Sunday afternoon sessions at Electric Pickle are becoming Miami clubland's number one guilty pleasure, and PL0T's Valentine's Day throwdown this Sunday is just too good to pass up. Esteemed DJ/producer and Wagon Repair label head Konrad Black will be reloading last year's "Black Valentine's" party and congregating Miami's techno lovers for an evening of sultry sounds at the Pickle. With his stark analog brand of techno, variously atmospheric and bass-driven, Black puts on a fervent and entrancing live set. PL0T resident DJs Alejandro Sab, Michael Christopher and Basti will kick off the action at 5 p.m. in support of Black, who will keep the vibe alive well into the night.

Konrad Black at Electric Pickle, Friday, December, 18. 11 p.m.-5 a.m. 2826 N Miami

Ave., Miami.

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