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.
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org