Friday, March 30, 2007

After an extended hiatus from producing or performing at events locally, DethLab shifts focus back to Detroit next month with two very different events - on back to back nights no less. Our last Detroit show was Friday, October 13th, so Friday the 13th seemed like a good date to really kick off the 2007 season... like some kind of Satanic Solstice.

JAK the Ripper: blog size

Co-produced with our good friends at Interdimensional Transmissions, JAK the Ripper promises to be an all-out bloodfest of evil electro and volatile acid, featuring the one and only Traxx. Expect it to be dark, loud and sinister until the wee hours. Count on selections from Traxx's new label Creme JAK.

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The following night is the second installment of our live music and media series at CAID. Machines That Feel II features the smart, warm and infectious indie-electro-pop of CFTPA, and Square Root Records artists Spectral Mornings and Thirty (Over) Thousand.

Cowboy Mark will be joining us both nights, and we hope you do too!

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