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No Regular Play Perform at The Bunker this Saturday Night

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No Regular Play is the Brooklyn-based production duo of Nick DeBruyn and Greg Paulus (originally of indie darlings Beirut). Part of a new American generation of EDM producers rooted in more instrumentalist-based music forms, their experimental genre-bending take on house and techno defies all expectations of what dance music can be. Quirky and groovy debut EP Blonde Juan was released last year on the Wolf + Lamb label to much acclaim, and their New Rhythm EP is expected by end of summer, complete with a remix by Boston favorites Soul Clap.

NRP will be performing live at thrift store/art space "The Bunker" in North Miami this Saturday night, where local art tastemakers The Foxes and Little Ramonas are curating and hosting a "Tribute to Manchester" exhibit and silent auction showcasing fashion and rock memorabilia from post-punk Manchester and Factory Records. A full lineup of performers also includes local electro-rockers Old Wives' Tale, knob-twiddlers Melting Mandarin vs. Basti, and DJ sets by Mansur and Flâneur.

No Regular Play at The Bunker. Saturday, August 1. 261 NE 73 St., Miami FL.
Doors open at 10 p.m. $10 Cover with RSVP at rsvp@videomeetsradio.com 

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