Monday, July 17, 2006

This Friday, Burnlab's favorite synth-pop-star Solvent performs live in Detroit, for the first time since Dorkfest '05. It's all the vocoder bliss you can handle, with DJ support from BMG of Ectomorph [above right] and DethLab.

Friday, 7.21.06
1456 Woodward, Detroit
10pm | $7 | 18+

Then, next Saturday:

[click for large view of the poster]

Machines That Feel: presented by DethLab in assiciation with The Contemporary Art Institute of Detroit

Saturday, 7.29.06
5141 Rosa Parks Blvd., Detroit
midnight to 4am | $5

As you know, we've been toiling away on this the past several months, and we're delighted with the artists involved, and how the program has (hopefully) come together as a cohesive, multi-layered treat for the senses: from the Detroit debut screening of RELINE2, to the experimental sounds of Spectral Mornings, to the mad scientist creations of Elliott Earls, the richly textured pop of 800 Beloved, evolving into late night dancing with record selections by my lovely co-curator and I, and video work by the mind blowing C-TRL labs.

Full information and artist bios can be found in the press release.

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