Chemistry 9/20 featuring: COMPLICIT @ BOLT UNDERGROUND

Friday, September 20, 2013
Chemistry monthly residency apart of the SYSTEM series continues at @Bolt Underground Nightclub


Com·plic·it :: [kuhm-plis-it] :: adjective :: choosing to be involved in a questionable act, especially with others …

Complicit is an exploration of modern techno and an experiment in musical partnership for contributing members Tanya and Travis Norman.
Having adopted the moniker in celebration of the underground ethos that drives late night dance culture, they remain determined to do their part in the ongoing effort to ‘Keep Techno Sexy’.

Near the end of 2009 the duo crafted a production and performance workflow running identical controllers manipulating a single system. The result? A balancing act of duties divided by frequency range that has been delivering an intriguing sonic symmetry ever since. Complicit performances, whether live PA or DJ, are characterized by the combination of atmospheric nuance and subtle sound design with the type of insistent rhythms designed to fill peak-time dance floors.

Releases include EP’s & remixes for JQM Recordings (Chicago), Subspec (Vancouver), and Innerflight Music (Seattle) that range in style from moody minimal excursions to driving techno workouts.

2013 will see the pair expanding their fan base through the tried and true technique of steady touring while continuing to release music that showcases their unique approach and perspective.

Additional support by:

SinuouS –

Live visuals by

Bolt Underground
501 Washington Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55415

2for1 rails and Miller from 930-11
4 corner sound
visuals and lighting

10pm – 2:30am
Free cover before 1030
$5 with RSVP here:
$7 at the door

Click here for GOOGLE map directions:

Limited parking is available for free in the Minneapolis Eagle / Bolt parking lot, and there is street parking and several inexpensive parking lots in the immediate vicinity.

Entrance on SouthWest (parking lot facing) side of the building. ENTER IN THE BACK 🙂
Look for the CHEMISTRY banner.

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