Berlin-based electronic music label, Innervisions, will be making its NYC debut in Queens’ Knockdown Center this Friday, May 17th.
Innervisions, the eclectic techno imprint founded by Dixon and Âme, is bringing its beloved showcase to NYC for the first time in history. Originally meant to take place last summer but was cancelled due to last-minute unforeseen circumstances, the party will officially be taking over Knockdown Center this weekend.
The lineup features a back-to-back set from label-heads themselves, visionaries Dixon (Steffen Berkhahn) and Âme (Kristian Beyer), Pampa Records founder DJ Koze, and Kompact & Crosstown Rebels mainstay Jennifer Cardini, not to mention Trikk’s long-awaited NYC debut.
Joining the ranks of some of the biggest festival brands in the world that have hosted the highly-regarded label such as Amsterdam Dance Event, The BPM Festival, and Sónar Festival, Knockdown Center will be the perfect location to present talent from one of the underground’s finest imprints.
Advance tickets to Innervisions New York at Knockdown Center are available via Eventbrite while supplies last!
Founded in 2005 by visionaries Dixon (Steffen Berkhahn) and Âme (Frank Wiedemann and Kristian Beyer), Berlin-based label Innervisions has become one of the most influential voices in underground dance music over its 14 year history. Only releasing a handful of records per year, the label’s in-house talents, which include Âme, Dixon, Henrik Schwarz, and Marcus Worgull, have taken Innervisions to global tastemaking status while maintaining a strict A&R policy. Handpicking releases from the likes of Laurent Garnier, Lee Burridge, Matthew Dekay, Recondite and more, Innervisions continues to offer refreshing and groundbreaking originals. The latest release on the imprint — January’s ‘Secret Weapons Part 11’ compilation — features work by 14 artists with divergent styles that have all enjoyed regular rotation in both Âme and Dixon’s sets allowing them to create vivid moments during both after hours and peak time performances.