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Infected Mushroom @ Epic Nightclub


When: -

Where: Epic Concert & Special Event Venue (110 N. 5th St., Minneapolis, MN)

Minimum Age: 18+

Type: Indoor - Club

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Promoters: Sound In Motion

Genres: DubstepPsytranceTrance

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$ 20.00

On Friday, April 29th Sound In Motion and V2 Nightlife present...



If you have never seen these guys play live, then this is a must-go event! The sheer energy and passion these guys present on stage will get Minneapolis raging to the roof! A lover of any kind of electronic music will find these guys amazing.

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Also featuring:

Randy Seidman - Los Angeles - http://www.randyseidman.com/

Smilodon & Toffler - Minneapolis - http://www.tcdubstep.com/

JAX - Hi-JAX Productions

Friday, April 29th

Epic Event Center

110 North Fifth Street

Minneapolis, MN


18+ to enter, 21+ to drink

Doors @ 9:00 PM

Bottle service: 612-327-2897

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Who is Infected Mushroom?

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Psy-Trance innovators Infected Mushroom have become one of the biggest electronic bands on the planet. Twice ranked among the world’s 10 best DJs by the bible of the scene, the U.K.’s DJ Magazine, the Israel-bred, L.A. based duo bring a frenetic rock energy to the form. Their explosive show, featuring guitars, live drums, intensely passionate vocals and an ambitious multimedia backdrop, ranks among the genre’s most unpredictably joyous events. And their recordings continually venture where other electronic acts fear to tread.

Amit “Duvdev” Duvedevani and Erez Eisen have been working for nearly two years on an aggressive new album – their first since 2007’s critically acclaimed Vicious Delicious – for dance-music visionary Paul Oakenfold’s Perfecto label. Duvdev describes the as-yet untitled record, recorded at Infected Mushroom Laboratory in L.A. and slated for a June 2009 release, as a return to the pair’s metal roots. Guests include singer Jonathan Davis of Korn, who lends his estimable pipes to the track “Smashing the Opponent.”

Oakenfold has worked closely with the band in an A&R capacity. “Paul’s known as a House DJ, so we weren’t sure how he’d feel about our heaviest material,” Duvdev reveals, “but he loved it. He’s really brought a lot of great energy and advice to the table.”

From the Ultra Fest in Miami to the Virgin Festival in Baltimore, from Mexico’s OMIX to Cali’s Coachella, from Brazil’s Ipanema Beach to Melbourne’s Metro Club, Infected Mushroom has averaged about 120 live performances per year. The band will honor that tradition in 2009, starting with a 17-date U.S. tour slated to kick off in Texas in March.