Since opening its doors a year ago, the Electric Pickle has emerged as a bastion of quality underground music in a city otherwise tyrannized by commercial and ostentatious nightlife. With weekly bookings showcasing some of the top contemporary EDM talent from around the world in a refreshingly inclusive and intimate setting, it's safe to say that the Pickle has become a second home to many locals who were in dire need of a no-bullshit come-as-you-are venue where to commune and get down to some sophisticated dance grooves every weekend (present company included.)
The Pickle's One Year Anniversary Block Party on Friday, February 26 will be nothing short of a musical extravaganza, with an eclectic all-star lineup offering a little something for everyone. The all-night soirée will feature London's fidget-house trio Filthy Dukes -- of the esteemed Kill Em All club night at Fabric, a DJ set by Jeremy Greenspan from Get Physical darlings Junior Boys, Berlin techno veteran Marc Romboy, and Metro Area, the legendary electro-soul duo of Morgan Geist and Darshan Jesrani. With the diversity of sounds offered and heartfelt support from the core of die-hard Pickle regulars that have made this club such a special place in the last year, this anniversary party is guaranteed to be a memorable good time. Here's to another year of phenomenal music!
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The Electric Pickle One Year Anniversary Party. Friday, February 26, 10 p.m.-5 a.m. 2826 N. Miami
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