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Save the Cannibals-June 2009Save the Cannibals-June 2009

June 2009
June 6 Steve Bug with Plexus
June 13 Martin Landsky with Taimur
June 20 Seth Troxler with Eric Cloutier
June 27 Onionz & Thugf*cker with illich Mujica & Luis Padron

With summer just around the corner, what better way to embrace it than to bring the heat with the world's best underground music! Made Event brings you New York's finest weekly techno dance event on its premiere custom Integral Sound system. With some of Save the Cannibals finest residents taking to the decks this month, Saturday nights at Rebel are sure to start the summer off the right way.

With an anticipated fourth LP on the way, Poker Flat head Steve Bug will be making his triumphant return to Save the Cannibals in June.  The original Cannibals resident marked the debut of this Saturday techno weekly in style over the winter and now is back to kick off the summer clubbing season.  His latest LP Collaboratory will be released in early June.  Based strongly on the ideas of collaboration, shared ideas, mutual respect for fellow artists and the strength of combining forces in the studio, Steve chose some very special producers and vocalists to work with on this exciting project.   Joining Steve on this night will be Minus cohort Plexus, a favorite around the New York minimal scene and beyond.  Plexus' brand of dub infused minimalism has brought him notoriety from some of the scenes heaviest hitters, as well as notable gigs throughout the world.

Another of Cannibals favorite residents will be making his return to the DJ booth of Rebel this month.  Martin Landsky is widely considered to be a member of the upper ranks of the techno community.  His penchant for deep music mixed with funky elements and sexy vocals make the Intim boss a favorite of clubbers worldwide.  With stand out sets from around the world, Martin Landsky will take to the decks and show New York City a sound that bridges techno, funk, minimal, and house.  Keep a lookout for Martin’s remix of f.e.x.’ “Can U Feel It” available on RobotronicTaimur's  has cut his DJing chops with the best of the best.  For the last 3 years g his Blk|Market Membership parties have brought in members of the techno elite as well as the unsung heroes of the underground and undiscovered techno talent from around the globe to venues all across the city, Miami, and Detroit.

An artist who seems to be everywhere at the moment is back this month after his successful Cannibals debut.  Everyone’s favorite Berlin/Detroit transplant Seth Troxler is further proving why Resident Advisor had chosen him as an artist to watch for in 2009. He has provided dance floors with a string of smash hits on leading labels like Wagon Repair, Spectral Sound, and Crosstown Rebels.  His latest the 'Aphrika' EP on Brooklyn's Wolf + Lamb Music is two parts. The namesake on part one is rife with poetic justice with words borrowed from Maya Angelou's "Phenomenal Woman" and part two from Nicolas Jaar is a minimal techno stormer with a remix by Seth. With DJ dates at some of the best clubs the world over, this rising star is quickly cementing his place as one of techno’s most original and forward thinking representatives. Another Detroit transplant, Eric Cloutier will provide the support on this night.  Eric has been quite busy of late with a constant DJ schedule and a new EP on the way Eric is finding himself amongst New York’s techno elite.

Save The Cannibals introduces two new members into the tribe; Onionz and ThugF*cker.  A New York City native, Onionz is a no stranger to the scene with over 30 years of music under his belt, a heavy DJ touring itinerary, and releases on some of the most groundbracking record lables out there. Onionz has definitely kept up with the music beat of the world, in his own words, “to keep it fresh, you just have to continuously create and consistently rock it!” Th*gfucker AKA Holmar Filipsson & Greg Oreck have recently wrapped up recording sessions in Rome for their upcoming album and will be finalizing the mixing in NYC, soon to be released on Th*gfucker Records with their unique combination of Tech House, Electro, and Minimal.

For those with an insatiable techno appetite, StC Frequent Diner Cards will be available for purchase. For $120 USD, members will be granted expedited admission to TEN (10) StC events of their choosing throughout 2009. It’s a jungle out there and membership has its privileges. For complete details, please go to

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Bet 7th & 8th Avenue
New York City
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Save The Cannibals Upcoming Dates
June 6 Steve Bug with Plexus @ Rebel
June 13 Martin Landsky with Taimur @ Rebel
June 20 Seth Troxler with Eric Cloutier @ Rebel
June 27 Onionz & Thugf*cker with illich Mujica & Luis Padron

Made Event NYC Upcoming Dates
June 12 Gareth Emery @ Cielo
June 19 ATB @ Pacha NYC
June 26 Dave Dresden @ Cielo
Jule 3 Joris Voorn @ Cielo
Jule 9 John O'Callaghan @ Cielo
July 17 Matt Darey @ Cielo
August 7 D. Ramirez @ Cielo
September 5&6 Electric Zoo: New York's Electronic Music Festival @ Randall's Island Park

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