Pearson Sound, one of the U.K.'s most talented producers of mind-numbing bass music, returns to Brooklyn for a rare evening at a brand new indoor-outdoor space. Also sometimes known as Ramadanman, David Kennedy has been an integral part of the Hessle Audio label, who've been in the banger business since 2007. Kennedy is fresh off the release of his self-titled debut album—a nine-track exploration of the percolating rhythms and deeper-than-deep bass that define his unique sound. Joining him is Ostgut Ton artist and The Corner label-head Anthony Parasole, the NYC underground techno scene's pride and joy. Support also comes from Brooklyn's own Hank Jackson and Rinsed residents Dan Wender and Blacky II. For location info, purchase advance tickets at disruptivepatterns.org.