On Tuesday, our favorite suited Frenchman will return to the busiest of cities for his first New York show since the release of Aleph. The show, at the vivacious Webster Hall, will feature the master of techno with his live set up in tow. Since the event’s announcement just a few short weeks ago, we have had just enough time to mentally and physically prepare ourselves for the unrelenting forces of Gesaffelstein.
Gesaffelstein live features an unparalleled production set up, certain to satisfy our cravings for live techno. There’s nothing like walking into a gritty, no-rules venue with sweat dripping down the walls and bass pounding out of every inch of the speakers. No doubt, the venue is a perfect foundation on which to build a powerful Gesaffelstein performance. In addition, the mausoleum-like marble centerpiece will set the scene and provide the podium for the producer to relay his musical message. Now we know that the expression ‘Gesaffelstein’ means the perfection of art, and this Tuesday, we will see the seamless fusion of musical art and visual art in true Gesaffelstein fashion.
The last time he took the Webster Hall stage alongside the Bromance Records crew, the night featured an appearance by A-Trak, an extended back-to-back set with Brodinski, and an impromptu back-to-back battle between Brodinski and Louisahhhh. It should also be said at end of the night hundreds of attendees left the venue as changed people.
We know Tuesday will be dominating, powerful and ferocious. We know Gesaffelstein is coming back with a vengeance. If you haven't picked up your ticket, snag them now, here: http://tinyurl.com/l2v23gp.
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