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.
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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.
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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.
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