YOOKiE have been asked to cut their performances short by the management of another venue. In September the New York bass music brothers were removed from the decks prematurely at New City Gas in Montreal, Canada. Last night, the same thing appears to have happened in Tuscaloosa, Alabama bar Rounders.
Although no statements have been posted to any of YOOKiE's social media accounts, the duo (comprised of siblings Christopher and Anthony Alfaro) each posted about the incident on their personal profiles. According to Anthony, they "got kicked off stage again for not playing mainstream." Christopher wrote, "The next person to kick me and my bro off stage is catching the heaviest hands in EDM."
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Rounders - whose tagline is "Where mistakes are made," ironically enough - has not addressed the incident publicly. EDM.com has reached out to the bar's management for comment but we have not heard back at the time of writing.