Berlin based electronic composer Frank Bretschneider's minimal repertoire is the stuff of message board legend. He runs the revered left field-electronic music label Rastor-Noton and captured Duetschland's dancing heart with focused funk under the pseudonym Komet.

Bretschneider brings order to samples of science fiction radio plays and white noise, mechanizing organic rhythms with impossible precision. And, like the best techno, these songs are made for the dance floor; their exacting repetition is just what a crowd needs to get loose.

Tonight, March 25, 9:00pm, Baltic Room, 1207 Pine Street, $15

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