March 1st. The Bunker at Public Assembly.


Friday March 1st, 2013
The Bunker presents

Tin Man (Absurd, Global A) LIVE
Fred P (Black Jazz Consortium | Soul People Music | UQ)
Eric Cloutier (The Bunker)
Madteo (Workshop | Sähkö | Morphine | Meakusma | Wania)
Professor Genius aka Jorge Velez (L.I.E.S. | Rush Hour) LIVE
Russell Smith (Oscillate Wildly)
John Montoya (Oscillate Wildly)

Public Assembly 70 N 6th St | Brooklyn
10pm-6am | $10 Limited Advance | MOTD

Advance tickets available} HERE

Surrogate}Channel X10 Podcast. Mark Henning


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Sundays from 4-6pm / Encore’ Thursdays 4-6pm. You can visit Mark Henning online.

X10 Podcast

London’s Mark Henning has risen up as one of the underground’s true players – recording for a volley of international house & techno labels. Born to English and German parents, he has spent most of his life in England, though has never forgotten his German roots and is now firmly settled in Berlin.

April 6th. Time Warp Mannheim 2013


The who’s who of electronic music, the state-of-the-art in video, lighting and laser technology, a magnet for techno fans from all over the world – all of this is Time Warp in Mannheim. But Time Warp is much more than just the pure combination of music and technology. It is also a joyous come-together of the international techno scene and represents a fixed meeting place for the Time Warp community that has been formed across national borders with one thing in common: an immeasurable great love for electronic music.

It is a very strong feeling of solidarity that connects Time Warp so strongly with its audience, therefore turning this normal event into an annual mandatory one in which fans are already looking forward to it months in advance. And this is for a reason. Both musically and technically, Time Warp sets new standards again and again. Unforgettable past performances have been the reincarnation of Richie Hawtin’s “Plastikman” in 2010, the collective sit-down during Reboots “Caminando,” the legendary 2008 closing, and the birth of the cult slogan “Gude mood Aldaaaaa”?