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Mobilee Showcase at Fierce Angel on Saturday

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Formed in 2005 by DJ/producers Anja Schneider and Ralf Kollmann,

Mobilee Records is one of the most forward-thinking and

internationally-acclaimed boutique imprints to emerge out of Berlin in

recent years. With a roster that includes some of the most

exciting and cutting-edge artists of the contemporary European minimal scene, like Dan

Curtin, Prosumer, Sebo K, GummiHz, and Miss Jools, the label has

quickly established itself as a taster's choice for the slickest new

sounds of the dance underground.

Saturday night brings a special Mobilee

Showcase at Fierce Angel nightclub in South Beach, headlined by Ralf

Kollmann himself, along with Dan Curtin and an opening set by Soultech

resident DJ Andres Amadeus. The Mobilee crew kept the techno die-hards

grooving all night at their last WMC showcase at Studio K (Kukaramakara), and are sure

to bring back that same lively energy to the new venue this Saturday night.

Mobilee Showcase at Fierce Angel. Saturday, October 3, 10 p.m.-5 a.m. 1200 Washington Ave., Miami Beach.

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