04-21-2017 DJ DAN in Milwaukee, WI
A Long Nite Productions, 414 Glass & Grooves, & Electrified Entertainment Presents:
– DJ Dan (first Milwaukee appearance in 4 years) –
* Celebrating 3 years of business at 414 Glass & Grooves in Milwaukee *
Doors at 7:30PM, Music from 8:00PM – 2:30AM
Located in Milwaukee, WI
Venue address will be released at 414 Glass & Grooves (810 N. Old World 3rd St.) from 12pm – 8pm the day of show. We will also be releasing the address online at 7pm the night of the event.
21+ To Enter
Early Bird Presale: $10
Standard Presale: $15
General Admission: 20
Lighting and Sound provided by: Electrified Entertainment
***** FEATURING *****
Los Angeles, CA
House / Techno
InStereo | APT
DJ Dan continues to bring the funk to everything he does from his label to his tracks to his live sets. His extensive musical knowledge creates a soundscape that connects the past, the present and the future unlike any other artist in today’s scene. His latest album ‘DJ Dan & Friends’ is out now on Beatport!
An innovator. A tastemaker. A true legend – DJ Dan was voted one of the best DJ’s in Los Angeles by LA Times (http://www.laweekly.com/music/the-20-best-djs-in-la-right-now-6915893). His label, InStereo Recordings, has been one of the Top 10 best-selling House labels for 2 years in a row (based on sales). With renowned tracks like “Needle Damage”, and remixes for everyone from Depeche Mode to Duck Sauce, Dan has released several “Top 10 House” tracks on labels such as Toolroom, InStereo, Pacha, Ultra, Guesthouse and is currently one of the highest selling artists on Beatport. He has continued to exhibit his DJ’ing prowess with performances such as his EDC 2014 set, rated one of the best sets of the weekend by DJOYBEAT.com as well as Magnetic Mag.
***** ALSO FEATURING *****
Shadow People (Jonn Hawley & JC Hanna)
4 decks X 2 mixers
House / Techno
Derek Fer Real
House / Techno
Chosen By The Funk Presents:
Deep Purple – A Tribute For The Heads
Moodymann (KDJ Records, Mahogani Music) *Minneapolis Debut*
One Midwest funk legend pays tribute to another on the one -year anniversary of the world getting a lot less purple, in the very building where it all began for the Minneapolis icon. Detroit’s Moodymann is so devoted a Prince fan, he turned his entire home in to a shrine for his dearly departed hero last year. https://thump.vice.com/en_us/article/moodymann-prince-home-detroit-movement
Needless to say, his Prince record collection is substantial, including rarities, b-sides, and unreleased material. At Deep Purple, he will show you just how deep those crates go. You may hear some of the hits, but don’t expect them all night. He will be joined by some of Minneapolis’ finest house and funk DJs to provide a soundtrack of Prince and Prince inspired music all night long.
While on his way to visit a techno museum in Detroit last May, Chosen By The Funk head Bobby Kahn heard the familiar voice of Prince coming from down the block. He followed the music to its source, a house with purple curtains flowing through the windows; Bobby had stumbled upon Moodymann’s Prince palace. From that moment on, he knew he had to get Moodymann to help him pay tribute to Prince.
A few months later, at First Avenue following the massive Xcel Center Prince Tribute, Bobby spotted a familiar face in the crowd. As if he were Moodymannifested, suddenly the man Bobby was after was standing 10 feet in front of him in his favorite club, as Morris Day & The Time were about to take the stage and Stevie Wonder sat upstairs, some 50 feet away.
These two serendipitous connections have now led to Moodymann’s first appearance in Minneapolis in his 20+ year career as a house, funk, and jazz producer/DJ, with an undeniable stamp of approval from the funky man upstairs. The Purple One works his magic in mysterious ways!
With local support:
Daniel Paul Cortez (Hush)
Christian James (Hush, Communion)
Miss Elaine Eos b2b Medicinall (The Headspace Collective)
Hosted by Bobby Kahn
Visuals by Hal Lovemelt
Sound by Andy Fitton
Decorations by Rebel Minx Studios and The Brothers Johnson (Ry, Kurtis)
Presented in association with The Headspace Collective
A Minneapolis Sound 2.0 Event
$18 advance/$20 door
April 21, 2017
9 PM Doors/Show
7th Street Entry at First Avenue
June 2/3/4 2017
Go Ham 3
We will be dedicating this event to the memory of a close friend to the family who recently passed. RIP Matthew Boraichee. We ask that you respect our wishes and not use this event as an excuse to get messed up. That’s not what this scene is about and is not what Throwback Family is about
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Outdoor weather is Back and The Throwback Family has assembled it’s largest gathering to date! We have secured a campground that is over 100 acres with hot showers, clean bathrooms, tons of campsites and we will be kicking off our summer season of events with a massive 5 stage 3 day campout! We got bonfires, bags, a Xbox on a 30foot screen and hella good vibes. The environment is flow friendly and there will be a fire spinning area and plenty of room to BBQ, Hackey Sack , boogie down or throw up a hammock and chillax. We have also included an OPEN DECKS STAGE so that more people will have a chance to leave their thumbprint on this memorable experience. This is a leave no trace event and only positive vibes will be allowed. Leave your worries at the door and come get funky with the family!!
STAGE 1: THE BORIACHEE STAGE
STAGE 2: RAGE STAGE
STAGE 3: TBF STAGE
STAGE 4: TOYMAKER STAGE
STAGE 5: OPEN DECKS STAGE
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After Midnight Entertainment
Pierce Event Productions
Danny the Wildchild has become one of the most valued drum & bass DJ’s in America. His unique blends of jungle and hiphop beats, amazing scratching and beat juggling consistenly rock heads in every corner of North America. His talents have brought him to perform alongside every major drum & bass DJ you’ve ever heard of, not to mention non dnb acts as well including: Eminem, Method Man, The Jungle Brothers, De La Soul, Moby, MixMaster Mike, and The Pharcyde.
In the studio Danny is a prolific drum & bass producer with years of dancefloor melting experience and a ferocious hunger to spread his original music across the globe. His tunes sound like his DJ sets and are written to be rinsed on the big systems…. When Danny’s in town the ‘Jump Up’ goes down!
► Shhhh it’s a secret ◄ ()
If you can read this you’re part of the resistance
Chicago’s DJ 3D started buying underground dance records in 1983 and spinning them publicly in 1984. He was dedicated to the break-dance era where Afrika Bambaataa reigned and electro funk was a way of life. As the music progressed through time, 3D remained heavily involved in his club work until he noticed a new form of breakbeat music spawning from techno in the early nineties. He followed this path to what developed into the jungle/drum and bass music and culture
Dan Efex is well known for his ability to draw a frenzied excitement out of even the mellowest of crowds. It is not uncommon to see fans packed shoulder to shoulder, hands in the air, as he leads them through an energetic and intoxicating journey on the dance floor. There are many who consider him to be one of the founders of the Midwest�s trance scene. But although Dan is perhaps best known for his trance, do not be fooled — he is as diverse as he is skilled! His repertoire of past events includes sets with progressive trance, psychedelic trance, hard techno, hard core, hard house, slow breaks, tribal and ambient. Dan has been a performer in the electronic dance music scene for more than ten years, appearing at nightclubs and events from coast to coast. Starting in the early days, he appeared at the legendary Tunnel (New York), Rise (Baltimore) and Time (Los Angeles). He has since traveled to more than 50 cities throughout the United States and Canada headlining numerous events with some of the world�s best known DJs including: Richie Hawtin, Sandra Collins, Dave Clarke, Pablo Gargano, Chris Liberator, Nigel Richards, Juan Atkins, Derrick Carter, and Joey Beltram — to name a few. A turning point in Dan�s DJ career came when he met Scott Gianquita and Jason Bloom of Deepsky in 1996. He began his production career working with Scott and quickly signed several tracks to Time Unlimited records out of Germany. Dan has been steadily climbing into the hearts and souls of trance-lovers everywhere. He recently contracted with Nepol Records for some of his newest tracks and completed remixes of well-known tracks such as Sasha�s Wavy Gravy. With all the activity surrounding Dan, the media quickly picked-up on his mass appeal. Dan has made guest appearances on Energy 92.7 Clubland Underground and Q101�s Sonic Boom, Chicago�s biggest electronic dance music stations.
► D3RKIN ◄ (Gaia Recordings)
D3RKIN Chicago native has been in the scene for close to two decades playing small to large scale events. Over the years D3RKIN played alongside music industry heavy hitters Daft Punk, Derrick Carter, Luke Solomon, King Britt, and Paul Johnson to name a few. As a producer D3RKIN’s music has done well getting support from House music legends like Mark Farina & Roy Davis Jr., and being featured on sites like Beatport and Traxsource.
The Tripp Brothers have been a staple in the QC Electronic Music scene since 1997. In 2015 they change there style from house and techno to Funk Bass/GlitchHop and have been mesmerizing crowds ever since with their live Saxophone and Trombone funk bass sound. Combined with some wicked scratching, The Tripp Brother’s sound has been spreading through out the Midwest with performance all over Iowa and Illinois. Look out for there up coming album 2 Tripps, out at the end of the year.
► DJ Seven ◄ (House)
DJ Seven Chicago (Also known as DJ SEVEN) is a house music DJ/Producer from the South Side of Chicago. Starting out as a House Party/ Rave DJ in the early 1990’s. He Quickly blew up and traveled DJing numerous events in the Midwest and Southern areas of the United States. He has DJ’d among some of the top DJ’s in the world such as: Daft Punk, DJ Sneak, Steve Poindexter, Robert Armani, Roy Davis Jr. DJ Funk, Danny the Wildchild, Derrick Carter, Paul Johnson, DJ Skip (Shanon Syas) Paul Anthony, Adam X, Heather Hart, Roc Raider (RIP), D-Styles, Nigel Richards and many many more.
Recently DJ Seven Chicago has teamed up with DJ D3RKIN and started to produce house music with Gaia Recordings. His tracks contain elements from some of his favorite 80’s songs. He now has several releases out with artists and labels From USA, France, Romania and spain. Gaia Recordings, Hi Reaction Records, Blue Town Records and Ginkgo Music.
• Guns or weapons of any kind
• Illegal substances
• Silly String
• Fire Lanterns / Chinese Sky Fire Lanterns / Sky Candles / Fire Balloons
• Bad attitudes
Items to Bring
• Bug Spray
• Garbage Bags
• Flow Toys, Glow Sticks, etc.
• Good Vibes
• Food (snacks, sandwiches, etc.)
After Midnight Entertainment
Pierce Event Production
Chicago Boot Leggers
Chicago Underground Sound
Musique Èlectronique 2017 feat Kevin Saunderson, Justin Long & Miles Maeda
WILLY STREET CO-OP PRESENTS
JULY 14TH & 15TH, 2017
AT LA FÊTE DE MARQUETTE
CENTRAL PARK & HIGH NOON SALOON
We are incredibly proud to announce our seventh annual installment of Musique Èlectronique at La Fête de Marquette. A two day electronic music festival celebrated side by side with the renowned La Fête de Marquette Festival in Madison’s Central Park. This year we are back again on Saturday evening at our giant tent known as the ‘The Moon Stage’ which is on the Brearly Street side of Central Park. Musique Èlectronique also has two extraordinary nights at the High Noon Saloon planned, with an opening night party on Friday evening and a special ‘Musique After Dark’ session on Saturday night.
Headlining this years festival is platinum-selling recording artist, Kevin Saunderson. As one of the creators of techno, he is a true cultural icon who continues to innovate and elevate techno and house music for over 30 years now. Sub-headliners this year include internationally acclaimed artists Octo Octa, Miles Maeda, and Justin Long. We also have outstanding local support from Golden Donna, Jared Perez, and Glynis.
Saturday evenings event at Madison’s Central Park is a free all ages event! A limited number of two night passes for the The High Noon Saloon are available now for only $20!
La Fete De Marquette is produced by the Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center. All funds raised from Musique Electronique at La Fete de Marquette benefit the vital services, resources, and community opportunities offered by the Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center.
Curated by Madison Music Review, Foshizzle Family, & Prognition Productions
Additional local sponsorship support from Mad Cat Pet Supplies, JiggyJamz Vinyl & CDs, & MC Audio!
Set times @ Central Park
Saturday, July 15th:
5:30pm – Miles Maeda
7:15pm – Octo Octa
8:15pm – Justin Long
9:15pm – Kevin Saunderson
Opening Night @ High Noon Saloon:
Friday, July 14th
Octo Octa, Justin Long, Golden Donna, Glynis
The High Noon Saloon (701 E. Washington Ave Madison, WI)
9pm, $10 (2 night pass available for $20)
Musique After Dark @ High Noon Saloon
Saturday, July 15th
Kevin Saunderson (Extended set!) w/ Jared Perez
The High Noon Saloon (701 E. Washington Ave Madison, WI)
10:30pm, $15 (2 night pass available for $20)
Platinum-selling recording artist, label boss, festival promoter, true innovator in the pantheon of popular music, cultural champion, cracking DJ: there’s a lot to be said about Kevin Saunderson.
His influence runs deep, through both adopted hometown of Detroit, and music culture as a whole: as one of the Belleville Three, the high school trio which also includes Juan Atkins and Derrick May, he irreparably changed the face of electronic music; with Inner City, he gave it some of its most memorable tunes.
The genesis of today’s enormous techno scene can be retraced straight to Kevin, Derrick and Juan, as their formative experiments on rudimentary hardware sketched a blueprint for a genre that was yet to exist. By absorbing Kraftwerk, cutting-edge funk, local radio stalwart The Electrifying Mojo’s electicism, and all manner of new synthesiser and drum machine-led pop music, the Belleville Three broke new ground as musicians and DJs in the 80s.
“Without the originators, Juan Atkins, Kevin Saunderson and Derrick May – electronic music today would probably look very different. It’s safe to say they’re the ones who started it…” – Moby
Saunderson’s comparatively late start as a producer – kicking off in ’87 under the moniker of Kreem, with E-Dancer and Reese two of the more well-known names to follow – inadvertently gifted him a headstart. With the eruption of house music a few hours down the I-94 in Chicago, Saunderson married Detroit’s raw sound to more tactile, pop-leaning sensibilities. Inner City was born, and global success followed.
Between “Big Fun”, “Good Life”, debut album Paradise and a number of follow-up singles, Inner City (Saunderson and vocalist Paris Grey) amassed 12 UK top 40 hits and over six million records sold worldwide during their peak. A dancefloor-dominating remix by Luciano in 2008, and a globetrotting reunion tour in 2012, underscores the longevity of Inner City’s classic sound.
His nickname of ‘The Elevator’ is apt: for his role in transporting Detroit’s new sound to a wider audience; as anyone who has seen him perform live can attest, his high-energy, high-spirit and high-impact DJ sets; and for spending the past 35 years of his life progressing the culture he helped create.
Operating in tandem to his golden run as a producer in the late 80s and early 90s, Saunderson’s own KMS record label – a remarkable 30 years strong in 2017 – has chronicled the early footsteps of R-Tyme, Blake Baxter, MK, Chez Damier, Derrick Carter, Bicep and even Saunderson’s son and regular DJ partner Dantiez more recently.
A special 12” series in 2008 called History Elevate, released in tandem with fellow polymath Carl Craig’s Planet E label, brought contemporary names like Mathew Jonson, Simian Mobile Disco and Loco Dice into the fold, proving his nous for fostering relationships with each new wave to come through techno’s gates. 25th anniversary compilations and numerous reissues have followed suit.
Saunderson has a behind-the-scenes role to play, too: he is intertwined with the history of Detroit’s flagship Movement (formerly Detroit Electronic Music Festival / Fuse-In). Having produced the event in the mid-2000s, the last handful of years have seen repeated invites from Movement to display his ORIGINS showcase at the festival, bringing acts like Delano Smith, Phuture and DJ Minx under his curatorial umbrella.
And of course, with a stacked international touring schedule over the decades, playing in nearly every country and at nearly every festival or club worth mention, he has not stopped pushing the feeling of techno on and on.
The Groove That Won’t Stop, indeed.
It shouldn’t be surprising that Brooklyn-based producer Octo Octa (née Maya Bouldry-Morrison) had already logged tireless years as a fringe IDM artist and sound designer before her debut EP Let Me See You lasso’d a mighty wave of international house-heads to the dance-floor and helped push underground house label 100% Silk onto everyone’s radar in 2011. Seven records later, which include a misty deep-house slow-burner in the Where Did You Go/Through The Haze 12″ for Chicago-based, Smartbar DJ Steve Mizek’s Argot imprint and the soaringly luxurious More Times EP for German powerhouse Running Back, Bouldry-Morrison’s finely-tuned marriage of exquisite compositional flare, meticulously-sculpted sonics, and primal dance-floor functionality has earned her a a Red Bull Music Academy residency in Manhattan, which found the producer working closely with Harald Bjork and Throwing Snow, as well as tours across the world that included coveted gigs at Berlin’s Panorama Bar, Frankfurt’s Live At Robert Johnson, and Barcelona’s Sonar Festival. SPIN Magazine championed her percussive floor-burner “Cause I Love You” as one of the 50 Best Dance Songs Of 2014, Octo Octa’s resume continues to grow in 2017, with tour dates around the globe, and a full length album being release on Honey Soundsystem
Chicago native Justin Long discovered his fascination for uncanny music at an early age when his mother entrusted him with her record collection that spanned from UK punk to American dance. This served as a gateway, stimulating his journey into the sonic vortex. As a child of Medusa’s on Sheffield, Long gained a higher level of musical education. His weekly pilgrimages to this venue’s all-ages hedonistic dance parties supplied a compelling musical concoction of acid house, UK bleep, industrial and new wave. Possessed by these unorthodox forms of music, Long purchased his first set of turntables and began to collect 12-inch singles from local record shops. Though his intentions were solely to pander to his musical appetite in the privacy of his bedroom, this acquisition proved to be the genesis of a voyage that continues to present him with new challenges that are met with an unforgiving dogmatic approach.
Long can be found on every third Saturday at Hugo Ball, a gathering that was founded with music collaborator, Nathan Drew Larsen and sustained with the Hugo Ball troupe. From 2014 on, Long has been a Senior Resident of Smart Bar.
The Hugo Ball Troupe is a collective of vinyl selectors that execute one of Chicago’s most attended underground dance parties on the third Saturday of each month at Smart Bar. Experienced Chicago DJs Justin Long, Nathan Drew Larsen, Samone, Sevron, and Marlon Montez have forged a sound based on a shared belief that genre and time are flexible concepts when building the soundtrack for the dance floor. The Hugo Ball sound is a wild blend of music that harkens back to the notion of mixing tracks for the club as a form of collage. Amidst the orchestrated hedonism, the residents also focus on exploring the artistic and social values that have made Chicago’s dance music underground historically significant and worthy of canonizing. The sweaty, surreal and primitive experiences that people have come to expect from Hugo Ball stand in stark contrast to the spectator-based lifestyle events that are synonymous with most modern dance parties. Like the cogs of a savage machine, the individual personalities and skills of the Hugo Ball Troupe come together to create a sound and atmosphere that is like none other..
He began as a college radio DJ in 1988. Moving to Chicago in the early 90’s, he worked regularly with fellow nu-ravers Derrick Carter, Mark Farina and Spencer Kincey, later holding his own 10+ year residency at Smartbar. While living in San Diego, he began his study of yoga and meditation. This allowed him to travel to and eventually live in Tokyo for 6+ years which gave birth to the ecclectic ZenDaze party and the blossoming of Total M edits. Miles has recently moved back to Southern California with new productions and a 2017 Summer Tour in the wings.
My name is Joel Shanahan and I write and perform under the aliases Golden Donna, Auscultation, and Purpura. I’ve released a number of tapes and records for labels like 100% Silk, CGI Records, Not Not Fun, Micronesia, Digitalis, Sacred Phrases, Field Studies, All Hell, and more. When I perform, I mostly bring gear and throw down hard on a live PA, but occasionally, if someone really wants me to DJ, I’ll oblige and happily hit the decks as best I can. I’m currently based in Portland, OR. I’ve had the privilege of touring through the United States, Canada, Germany, Italy, France, Scotland, Poland, Belgium, and England. My music has been used in mixes from the likes of Claude Young, Surgeon, Jimmy Tamborello, Ethyl, and more.
Even Furthur 2017 – Somewhere, WI