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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Tensnake Postpones Sunday's S.F. Show Due to Visa Delays, Offers Up Mini-Mix in Consolation

Posted By on Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 9:11 AM

  • Sima Korenivski
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Update, 10:16 a.m.: Tensnake's S.F. show has been rescheduled to Friday, November 26, at Public Works.​
German electro producer Tensnake was all set to hit North America for a few dates this November, including a much-anticipated party on Sunday at the newish Mission club Public Works. But then the American authorities had an issue with his visa application -- and because of those delays, the show is delayed. More details on the delay, and a free mini-mix offered up in consolation, after the jump. 

Says Tensnake's U.S. publicist:

He should have received the permit by Thursday when he was due to fly to DC to start his fortnight touring the US, however as US immigration authorities required further evidence to support his application,  his approval only came though this week and the embassy in Berlin was unable to expedite matters refusing to overnight him his passport and the Visa.

The upshot of all this is that while Tensnake's dates on the East Coast have been rescheduled already, the West Coast dates haven't. They're looking for a date next week, and we'll let you know if a new date is set.

In the meantime, check out this free new Tensnake mix. Tracklisting as follows:

1. Grooveman Spot "Think About" 
2. 95 North "Now It's Time"
3. MK "Burning"
4. Lone "Angel Brain"
5. Art Department feat. Seth Troxler "Vampire Nightclub"
6. Axel Boman "Purple Drank"
7. Sunship "Try Me Out"

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