“The small basement space on Minor Avenue has been open only since February, but it’s already establishing itself as a crucial cog in the city’s electronic-music scene.
Kremwerk hit the ground running. In its first week, Austin–the venue’s booker–scored future-bass star L-Vis 1990, and since then, he’s brought in an excellent array of local and international talent, including Silent Servant, Santiago Salazar, Dreamweapon, Jimi Jaxon, Kode 9 and Raica.
Now with a capacity of 231 with its newly installed patio, we help champion the scene’s underground action.
Kremwerk’s interior fuses an industrial, bunkerlike atmosphere (exposed, rusted pipes and sprinkler, much concrete, steel, and wood, etc.) with a chic after-hours spot. It’s dimly lit and low-ceilinged and sports excellent feng shui, with plenty of nooks and seating away from the dance floor. Several shellacked and sanded tree stumps serve as tables.” – Dave Segal, The Stranger
The Inside Scoop
A great underground spot. Expect excellent DJ talent, plenty of room to dance, and lots of queer-friendly themed nights. In fact, there are so many different themed nights, we couldn’t pick just a few! There’s a decent number of places to sit, and be sure to take advantage of the photo booth while you’re there. We’ve also heard this is a relatively cheap place to get yourself a drink, and there’s not usually a cover.