Hijacking his name from an old Nintendo videogame, local electronic-music producer Panic Bomber (AKA Richard Haig) exploded out of Miami's underground in 2009 with a pair of EPs, Calling in Threats and Getting on My Mind. Full of furiously blenderized electro, tech-house, trance, punk, and pop, these early outbursts earned him the Miami New Times award for Best New Electronica Artist. But the Bomber didn't stop there, digging deep and following up with Discipline, one of our ten favorite albums of 2010. Panic Bomber's performance comes as part of the emerging "Digital Love" Thursday-night party series at the Green Room featuring DJs Andie SweetSwirl and New Times pal Mig.
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