Marco Carola and Ilario Alicante Play Nocturnal Tonight

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Benjamin Acero and the Un_Mute crew have another all-night techno extravaganza in store for Miami tonight when internationally-renowned DJ/producers Marco Carola and Ilario Alicante stop by Eden Terrace Garden at Nocturnal. Marco Carola is a veteran of the early '90s international techno scene and Italy's foremost authority on the genre, boasting a series of acclaimed releases on labels like Plus 8, Minus, Cocoon, and his own Design Music imprint. With his intense and upbeat brand of percussive minimal techno, Carola will no doubt be keeping the Terrace crowd enthralled tonight. Ilario Alicante is another Italian and Berlin-based producer who has garnered increasing recognition in the last couple years with releases on the Cecille and Sci + Tec labels and a quirky imaginative take on funky techno that commands any dancefloor. So if you're feeling limber tonight, head over to Nocturnal for this much anticipated marathon set that will keep the action going well into the daylight hours on Saturday.

Friday, November 13, Eden Terrace Garden, Nocturnal. 50 NE 11 St., Downtown Miami. Doors open at 11 p.m.      

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