Miami's techno heads can't complain about having nothing to do this Saturday night, with club Space featuring an all-night groove extravaganza that includes DJ sets by international sensations Mark Knight, Alexi Delano and Paul Ritch.
Bestselling DJ/producer Mark Knight has gained substantial commercial success in the late 2000s through residencies at famed club Amnesia in Ibiza and London's Ministry of Sound, while his chart-topping Toolroom Records label boasts releases by everyone from Underworld and Deadmau5 to David Guetta and Dirty South. With his eclectic but always booming big-room sound, Knight will no doubt be making the Space terrace crowd his bitch on Saturday.
Space's Techno Loft will also be featuring DJs Alexi Delano and Paul Ritch that night. Chilean-born Delano spent his formative years in Sweden where he was part of the first wave of notable Swedish EDM producers in the mid-'90s. He has since gained steady international accolades as a techno and house producer whose output for such labels as Poker Flat and Plus 8 consistently surprise and win over listeners. His last performance at the Electric Pickle in May blew the roof off the place, and will no doubt be bringing back a lot of fans on Saturday.
Paul Ritch is a Paris-based minimal techno producer closely affiliated with Berlin's Resopal Schallware imprint and whose tracks have been featured on several high-profile compilation mixes by the likes of John Digweed, M.A.N.D.Y. and Gui Borrato. His sleek minimal stylings should finely complement Delano's stripped-down sound and make for a night of exceptional techno.
Mark Knight, Alexi Delano and Paul Ritch at Space. Saturday, October 10, doors open at 11 p.m. 34 NE 11 St., Miami.
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