Sit Down And Get Down…. Now Pop-Up

May 22, 2013 at 6:14 am


Oh boy, it’s that time of year again.  For those old school heads, it is that weekend which some of our friends refer to as “their Christmas.”   This is the time of sweeping synths, pounding beats, and 20-hour days of unrelenting, chest collapsing techno, hoorah.

So, we, among with many of our close friends will have the luxurious experience of playing, and eating, and drinking at an amazing pop-up restaurant, music event, and all day drink-a-thon of a most delicious assortment of culinary, aural, and libation-ous treats.  We are super stoked to be a part of such a tremendous lineup of musical talent and being able to drink well and eat well is beyond magical.  Please join us, if you will.

Daily tickets are $10 at the door before 10pm or $15 after 10.  Weekend passes are also available (all three days of the event) for $25.  A special food menu will be featured by Corridor Sausage Co.’s The Grindhouse food truck and Jessie Knot of Cafe Urban Pheasant.

Tickets are available for pre-sale here:

Friday May 24th, Noon to 4am
Noon-3p Residents
3p NoSpectacle FM
5p Phantasmagoria (live)
6p Ross Owen
8p Jerry Downey and Dustin Alexander
10p Deastro (live)
11p Duke Shin
12:30a Mike Huckaby
2:00a Michael Geiger

Saturday May 25th, 6p to 4am
6p-7:30p Residents
7:30p Coyote Clean Up (live)
9p Mexican Knives (live)
10p Richard Gamble (live)
11p Brian James Hill
12a Miko
1a Special Guest Star
2:00a Frankie Banks

Sunday May 26th, 6p to 4am
4p Jackson Lee
5:30p Merrick Brown
7p Michael Rogers
8:30p The Siege (live)
10p Joe Vargas
11:30p Appian
1a Simple
2:30a Aran Daniels

Red Bull House of Art w/ Drew Pompa

May 8, 2013 at 4:19 pm


On every third Thursday of the month, Detroit’s art institutions keep their doors open late in an effort to foster, promote, and allow people to revel in the arts, giving those who may not otherwise have an opportunity to get their art fixes during “school nights” an opportunity to enjoy Detroit Art and to mix with the artists that create it.   Art Detroit Now, a local non-profit organization, makes this possible.

The Red Bull House of Art is one of many participating galleries that work with Art Detroit Now.  The Red Bull House of Art will keep its main gallery, as well as both artist’s studios, open on Thursday May 16th, 2013 for patrons to mingle and mix among the art.  Drew Pompa, label founder, dj, and producer, will be providing music to accompany the displayed art from 5pm-9pm.  Stop by and promote the arts with us, you will feel relaxed, rejuvenated, and inspired.

Thursday, May 16th 2013
1551 Winder St.
Detroit, MI 48207

Lost Soul 09 – Featuring The Siege

April 19, 2013 at 1:38 am


Time again, eh?  Better douse those butterfly wings with something lighter these days, the brown liquor just won’t do.  We want to be in the present, channeling the funkiest of vibrations, not sludgy, but still heavy, yes, heavy and bright.  You may night be able to feel it yet, but after we hop on the #33 to 82nd/Jackson Heights and then transfer to the #7 it will only be just a bit more until we will all be together again, living it, doing it.

We haven’t had the honor to play for you all very often but that is all about to change, and with the quickness.  Our next show will usher in a new era for us, one where we promise to always tell the truth, promise to be better, and promise to play harder and more often.  The future is now.  See you at the Wreck Room on Friday, April 26th.  We about to bring some heat to Brooklyn, boyyyy.

The Siege (We Are All Machines / Detroit)
Alan Boomer (Lost Soul / NYC)
Volvox (Class Moon II / BK)
Jackson Lee (Mystical Disco / BK)

The Wreck Room
Friday, April 26th 2013
940 Flushing Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11206
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Aphotic Segment @ The Sugar House

January 28, 2013 at 6:52 pm

The Sugar House is one of Detroit’s newest watering holes.  They serve a bevy of flips, fizzes, classics and craft cocktails, where the crew of bartenders effortlessly blends spirits that are both boozy and packed with flavor, lots of flavor.  The décor is both subtly understated and stylish; a chandelier with its brass bothria illuminating the mullions dissecting the Michigan Avenue window panes is juxtaposed by the dimly-lit and unassuming tables pushed up against exposed brick walls, adorned with a variety of taxidermic Bovidae heads.  It all gives the impression that patrons have options that range from rare whiskeys and Italian Amaros to canned beer.

Even better, this fine establishment plays host to a local record collector’s leisurely party of listening pleasures every unsuspecting Sunday night.  Chad Pratt, of Ghostly International’s Midwest Product, plays musically diverse sets  that traverse throughout rare soul, funk, post-punk, new-wave and electronic.  Though the craft cocktail parades itself in stunning, Manhattan and New Orleanian glory at the bar, the music shambles with odd grace by your eardrum at an approachable and convivial gait. On a regular Sunday night at the Sugar House, music and intimate atmosphere balance in measured harmony, much like subtly paired aperitifs and ryes; a mélange of flavor and booziness.   Sounds like an Aphotic Segment!

The Siege’s Drew Pompa will be joining Chad on Sunday, February 10th for a night of music, libations, laughs and retrospection.

Chad Pratt (Ghostly International) – DJ
Drew Pompa (We Are All Machines) – DJ

Sunday, February 10th 2013
The Sugar House
2130 Michigan Ave.
Detroit, MI 482i6
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9pm – Close
NO Cover