Back in August, Cirez D and Adam Beyer unveiled four back-to-back performance dates in Miami, New York, Los Angeles, and Brooklyn. Almost immediately, the shows sold out. Every set was original, with a format meant to “push the boundaries of how techno can be presented” by fusing the underground warehouse vibes of aught with the groundbreaking technical expertise of Eric Prydz‘s EPIC and HOLO team.

Coming off the wildly successful bi-coastal bookings, Adam Beyer recently took to Twitter to announce that the pair had plans for more shows in 2019. “We tried to bring a different set each time and I think it worked,” Beyer said. “We will be back with more next year.”

The highly demanded mutli-show format launched during the Ultra-affiliated Miami Music Week back in March, with more shows taking place later that were captured via fan-recorded videos in Los Angeles and Brooklyn. Given the global popularity surrounding the year’s events, there is clearly a need for more dark techno from two  industry greats.

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Written by Ryan Morse

I'm probably listening to Bassnectar.