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Verboten Announces November Line-Up


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Following an epic Halloween weekend that brought you the likes of Lee Burridge and Matador, the forerunner of the New York underground dance music scene, Verboten announces an incredible array of artists this November. To start off the first full weekend of the month, they join forces with The Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival to bring you an early show with The Renegades of Rhythm: DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist followed by The Gaslamp Killer and Golf Clap afterwards on Friday, November 7th. The next rendition of The BEMF Festival brings you Damian Lazarus and Rebel Rave along with Aphrohead, Fur Coat, jozif, and a live set by Francesca Lombardo.

Verboten’s eclectic line-ups and creative atmosphere have made it one of the top destinations for underground dance music. Venturing away from the traditional styles and genres they deliver The Planet Cognac Internet Ghetto Tour with Pixelord, 813, SAB, and M!NT on November 13th, Pop Gun presents Les Sins on November 20th and Susanne Bartsh and Dreamhouse’s polysexual gala: KUNST! on November 28th.

The aesthetics of the venue have also changed a bit adding in projectors necessary for 3D Mapping visuals and various decorations hanging from the warehouse like ceilings on certain nights. The artistic element just adds to the imposing line-up of talent that includes Jamie Jones on November 21st; Benoit & Sergio and Subb-An on November 15th both playing live; Nic Curly, Guti [live], and Anja Schneider on November 22nd; and Green Velvet vs. Cajmere along with Patrick Topping on Thanksgiving Eve, November 26th.

Verboten’s Sunday brunch series will also take place on November 9th being hosted by Playdate in their sunny Cabaret Bar. Acclaimed Chef Chris McLaughlin will indulge you with delicious food to accompany your cocktails from 12pm to 8pm.

For more info and tickets visit: http://www.verbotennewyork.com/events/club/

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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