315 Mass Ave
Cambridge, Massachusetts

This Monday, March 21st, Unlockedgroove presents an
evening of the finest microhouse from both sides of
the Atlantic.

DANIEL BELL (Tresor, 7th City, Logistic//Berlin)

CABANNE (Telegraph, Perlon//Paris)

MIKE UZZI & BEN RECHT (Unlockedgroove, Zero G

Middlesex Lounge
315 Massachusetts Ave.
21+ ***NO COVER***

Cabanne, a native of Paris, is one of the leading
microhouse producers in the world right now having
released a slew of records over the past several years
on prestigious imprints including Perlon, Telegraph,
Logistic, and Karat. He was part of the first live
presentation of the Narod Niki project at the MUTEK
festival in Montreal along with Dandy Jack, Dimbiman,
Luciano, Daniel Bell, Richie Hawtin, Afuken, and
Ricardo Villalobos. Equally adept as a DJ and as a
live performer, Cabanne will give us a taste of both.
This will be his Boston debut.

Daniel Bell is a Detroit techno legend, although these
days he spends most of his time in Berlin. A pioneer
of the blips and bleeps aesthetic, his influence on
modern electronic music can be heard everywhere.
Dan?s discography includes classic tracks such as
?Losing Control? and ?Phreak? and he has performed as
a DJ all over the world. His last Boston performance
in January at the Phoenix Landing drew a huge crowd
and he did not disappoint as the dancefloor was on
fire all night.

Mike Uzzi (aka Smartypants) & Ben Recht (aka
Localfields) are two of Boston?s finest electronic
musicians. They are both part of the Unlockedgroove
collective and they both record for the fantastic
local techno label Zero G Sounds. They are residents
of the long running weekly, The Appliance Of Science,
at River Gods and have played alongside many of the
leading techno artists in the world including Sammy
Dee, Triple R, Stewart Walker, and Jake Fairley.
Their unique brand of highly detailed micro
house/techno combines both organic and electronic
elements and has consistently moved dancefloors. Mike
and Ben will play a live set.

Added by Clampants on March 8, 2005