MSTRKRFT To Play 1st NYC Gig In Years At Webster Hall On Saturday

 

MSTRKRFT To Play 1st NYC Gig In Years At Webster Hall On Saturday

Performing their first show in NYC in 5 years, the legends of fist bumping analog, MSTRKRFT are returning to the Webster Hall stage. Presented by Webster’s successful new, darker show Gotham, they’re bringing them back for a night full of bloghaus nostalgia and squelching bass ripples.

MSTRKRFT was one of the main acts that were behind the late 2000s movement of electro house while fusing it with several other sounds. Similar acts like Justice, Cassius, A-Trak and many others paved the way for the modern “EDM” scene, even though they’re unique sound is very far from what defines the term.

Split between Death From Above’s frontman Jesse Keeler and AL-P, the duo aren’t showing up empty handed. Armed with a new arsenal of material from their first album in 6 years, OPERATOR, they’ve grown past their days club bangers and refined their sound to what made them unique, insane bass squelching. Not only are they bringing the tunes, they’re also breaking out a new live set along with it.

This is one show you definitely don’t want to miss. Enter to win free tickets below!

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