Carlos Souffront, Erika, Bryan Kasenic and John Elliott will play the two-room, Movement-weekend bash.
No Way Back is a staple of the Movement afterparty scene, one that brings together residents, friends and affiliates of the longtime local IT crew and New York institution The Bunker. As usual, that means a squad of wide-ranging (mostly) techno talent. This year's party will take place across two rooms at the historic Tangent Gallery, and run for 11 hours until 9 AM Monday morning. In the main room, DJ sets will come from Carlos Souffront, Patrick Russell, Mike Servito and Derek Plaslaiko, as well as IT heads Erika and BMG, while Mark Verbos will play live.
Meanwhile, in the aptly titled Outer Space room, John Elliott—formerly of Emeralds and currently one-half of Outer Space, not to mention the mind behind Spectrum Spools—has been recruited for his debut DJ set. The Bunker boss Bryan Kasenic and Nihal Ramchandani will also go deep on the decks, as will local selector Scott Zacharias, who's due to play a 7 AM sleaze set to close the room.
No Way Back attendees will have a chance to grab the upcoming second release on IT's new Eye Teeth sublabel. The record features remixes from Silent Servant, Talker and BMG, based off the Israel Vines EP WWKD that launched Eye Teeth a couple months ago.
Tickets to the party are available here on RA.