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Sub:Rosa Unscene Records Dance Party

Brewing beneath the surface of San Antonio’s bustling live music scene is one of Texas’ busiest techno music labels Unscene Records. Founded by DJ and recording artist Enrique Cortazar, Unscene has been releasing top-notch minimal house and techno since 2014 and is about to release its second vinyl release (and 43rd digital release) hosting an impressive roster of international recordings artists. For fans of the Detroit sound, Unscene offers a deep catalog of warm, soulful minimal techno for the most discerning dancer. Sub:Rosa will feature DJs ISA, Enrique Cortazar and Dallas party maker Dozal (Loopy) and is the first daytime party for the crew, taking place on the Ventura’s River Walk patio. For future events, “Sub:Rosa will be hosted in a variety of different venues throughout the city, from bars to secret locations. All providing a unique experience of sound and space,” Cortazar told the Current.

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  • Ventura

    1011 Avenue B, San Antonio Downtown

    (210) 802-6940

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