Cheap and Deep Productions, Keith Fullerton Whitman, Spinoza and many others will take over Public Assembly in New York next Friday.
New York's Beyond Booking crew and Detroit's Interdimensional Transmissions are joining forces once again for No Way Back at The Bunker in Brooklyn.
The two techno outfits have collaborated before, perhaps most notably for afterparties during Movement Festival weekend in Detroit over the last two years. Together, they'll take over both rooms of Public Assembly next Friday with a lineup composed entirely of American artists, many of whom will be playing live. Jay Ahern will play as Cheap And Deep Productions in the back room, along with IT residents BMG and Erika (playing separately and together as Ectomorph) and Patrick Russell. Meanwhile, the front room will serve as an "experimental chillout room", featuring a suitably eclectic cast of artists. Keith Fullerton Whitman, Mountains and Outer Space (one third of Emeralds), all performing live, top that room's schedule, with supporting DJ sets coming from Bunker founder Spinoza and Nihal Ramchandani from Halcyon.