The Minus head will make a rare appearance in the Nevada clubbing capital later this month.
The Vegas nightclub scene has seen a large-scale revival as of late, primarily fuelled by the mainstream success of EDM in the US. Its excess and extravagance has been well-documented by everyone from The New Yorker to SPIN, especially amid skyrocketing DJ fees and record profits. Local club Marquee has thrown a slight curveball (in partnership with NYC's Basic) with one of their latest bookings, booking Richie Hawtin for a late session from 3 AM until 5 AM. It's the latest in a series of high-profile appearances from the Minus head, who will also play the Guggenheim museum in NYC not long after.
For a taste of what Hawtin might have to offer that night, check out a five-hour recording of one of his sets from his Ibiza clubnight ENTER. here.
Tickets for the Hawtin session are available on RA.