Loco Dice and Anja Schneider Play Space on Saturday

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The Techno Loft at Space has consistently delivered the goods since launching earlier this year, showcasing some of the top techno talent from around the globe with a special emphasis on the Berlin sound. Saturday, December 19 continues the trend with a stellar double booking featuring Berlin techno legends Loco Dice and Anja Schneider.

Tunisian DJ/producer Loco Dice (born Dice Corleone) started out as rapper and DJ in the German hip hop scene, playing support slots for the likes of Usher, Ice Cube, Jamiroquai, Snoop Dogg and R. Kelly, before switching to electronic dance music. He has since become an internationally acclaimed techno producer with releases on the Ovum, Minus, and Cocoon imprints and a funked-up bass-driven signature sound.

DJ/producer Anja Schneider, by now a Miami favorite, owns the esteemed Mobilee label, one of the most forward-thinking and internationally-acclaimed boutique imprints to emerge out of Berlin in recent years. Since the mid-2000s Schneider has established herself as one of the top DJs and tastemakers of the international dance underground. Join Loco Dice and Anja Schneider for a night of world-class cutting-edge techno sounds at Space, where they'll be making their debut on Saturday night.

Loco Dice and Anja Schneider at Space. Saturday, December 19, doors open at 11 p.m. 34 NE 11 St., downtown Miami.

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