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By Benjamen Judd 

The nineties were a good time. Fashion, design, art – all of that fun stuff but most of all, music. Music from the nineties had grunt. It had edge. It had Ellen Allien. And this coming Saturday, Ellen Allien will be playing for the first time at the Chinese Laundry on Sussex Street from 9pm.


Since breaking in to the music scene back in 1995, Ellen Allien has been a thriving force in the darker side of techno. A native from Berlin, Ellen Alien has also been the brains behind acts like BPitch control, and one also responsible for the release of the impressive talents of Apparat, Ben Klock, Tomas Andersson, Housemeister, Modeselektor and many more.


Since her career kicked off, Allien has released a grand total of eight albums and 28 EPs. And this number isn’t including the countless remixes for artists such as Miss Kittin, Beck, Apparat and Uffie to name a few. If we had to describe her music to those who were not familiar with her albums or productions, we could really only offer up the word ‘throbbing’. Take that as you will.


Tickets to the event are available for purchase here

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