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Somewhere in BKN: Carl Craig / Davide Squillace / Martin Buttrich @ Verboten

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[SIZE=4]Saturday April 12th[/SIZE]
[SIZE=4]Somewhere in BKN[/SIZE]
[SIZE=5][B]Carl Craig / Davide Squillace / Martin Buttrich /[/SIZE]
[SIZE=5]Ataxia / Chuck Flask + Keith Kemp / Nicola Zanatta[/B][/SIZE]
[SIZE=4]Verboten[/SIZE]


[IMG]http://www.verbotenny.com/images/041214.jpg[/IMG]

Carl Craig begins a quarterly 'Somewhere In BKN' residency at Verboten, inspired by Mad Mike Bank's legendary 'Somewhere in Detroit' record store. The first date of the four-part NYC residency is a Movement pre-party for the excellent Detroit festival, featuring a stacked lineup of talent joining Carl in two rooms: fellow Verboten resident DAVIDE SQUILLACE, MARTIN BUTTRICH, KENNY LARKING, ATAXIA, Movement's CHUCK FLASK + KEITH KEMP, and NICOLA ZANATTA.


Tickets available at [URL=http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?579308]Resident Advisor[/URL]
[URL=https://www.facebook.com/events/1434129316825661]Facebook Event[/URL]

Verboten
54 N 11th St Brooklyn
Doors at 11pm, 21+

[URL=http://www.verbotennewyork.com]www.verbotennewyork.com[/URL]

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