Marco Resmann & Tony Rohr Play Electric Pickle on Friday

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The LINK crew is back for another round of techno madness at the Electric Pickle on Friday night, where they'll be serving up a double booking featuring Marco Resmann and Tony Rohr. A veteran of the '90s Berlin scene and prolific producer, Marco Resmann has released under the monikers Audiogain, Phage, and Luna City Express (with Norman Webber) and together with Tassilo Ippenberger and Thomas Benedix produces as Pan-Pot, a collaboration that garnered much praise in 2009 through a series of compelling minimal and tech-house releases on the Mobilee imprint.

Brooklyn-based producer Tony Rohr has established himself as one of the most original and cutting-edge American techno artists of the last decade through a long-standing association with Camea's Clink Recordings, coupled with numerous collaborative releases on other labels such as Plus 8 with Alexi Delano. Boasting a hard-tinged quasi-industrial brand of techno that he delivers live via hardware and drum machines, his distinctive live PA and dark atmospheric sets have garnered wide acclaim in the international scene. Resmann and Rohr will be joined by LINK resident DJs Joaquin and Hardline for another intense late-night techno session upstairs at the Pickle.

Marco Resmann and Tony Rohr at Electric Pickle, Friday, January, 22. 11 p.m.-5 a.m. 2826 N Miami Ave., Miami.

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