Marco Donato of Italoboyz Spins at Electric Pickle Tomorrow

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Looks like Miami's late-night techno scene took no time at all in bouncing back after the week of hardcore WMC partying. Pornograph Events will be throwing down at Electric Pickle this Thursday night with Marco Donato --one half of Italoboyz, those minimal rascals who pleased audiences at this year's Get Physical and Mothership label parties. DJs Nova and Dsan Powell will be spinning in support of Donato. Electric Pickle got a chance to warm up and flex its sonic muscle power all of last week, and as anyone who attended the various parties there can attest, their new Dynacord sound system is a chest-rattling force to be reckoned with. With its $5 cover charge (before midnight) this party is straight up unmissable!

Italoboyz (Marco Donato) at Electric Pickle. Thursday, April 2, 10 p.m.-5 a.m. 2826 N Miami Ave.      

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