EOTO, Jaws That Bite, Vyntage - The Magic Stick, Detroit


Sat. September 17 | 9:30pm | 18+ | Tickets: $18

EVENING SET TIMES:

9:30 - 11 ............ Jaws That Bite
11 - 12:30 .......... Vyntage
12:30 - 2 ............ EOTO

PATIO SOUNDSCAPES by Grant Jackson & DJ Holographic

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EOTO - The way music is produced and performed is growing at an astounding rate. From the roots of acoustic music to amped up rock n’ roll and into the electronic revolution, the options available to the modern musician are more like a scientific lab, then the campfire jam from where it all started. From the controls of a tiny laptop, a performer now has the power to mix, change and loop sounds in a concert setting with great ease. This modern twist of technology is bringing a new level of music to the electronic dance party.

While the genre of live electronica is relatively new on the music circuit, nobody is breaking the boundaries of live producing and improvisation like EOTO. Fusing elements of live instrumentation, house music, dubstep and electro into their dance ready sound, the band will be taking the country by storm beginning in late September for their perennial fall tour, performing 33 consecutive nights in a row.

Consisting of Michael Travis and Jason Hann the duo mixes the organic sounds of live drums, bass and guitar through a variety of programs and gadgets to create a style of music that is more likely found in a dance club, then a live music theater. What sets EOTO apart from other artists in this emerging genre is how the music is created. While some artists may spend hours pre-mixing samples and elements of music for their live show, EOTO uses nothing pre-recorded, giving them the ability to approach each song with on-the-spot spontaneity and 100% live improvisation.

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Patio Tag Vibes Provided By:

Grant Jackson
Grant Jackson (formerly known as K@DOG) basically likes all things PURPLE. Whether DnB or dubstep, house or disco, hip-hop, R&B, or jazz, if it encompasses the purple flavor, Grant will be blasting it through whatever speakers he can find in Detroit. Join him on the dancefloor for that feel good sexy shit, with a side of pineapple. Random Fun Fact - he slays it on roller skates.

DJ Holographic / Ariel Corley
DJ Holographic is a one-woman funk machine born and raised in the hub of Electronic Music. Join her as she concocts her next tasty musical dish. The fundamental mission of DJ Holographic is to represent the creative and innovative identity of Detroit, and the state of Michigan as a whole. It is this energy that infuses the spirit of every project she pursues. Ariel Catalina sees herself not only as a performer, but also as a member of a larger artistic community. As with any performer in the early stages of her career, DJ Holographic is currently developing her craft, which includes a variety of mediums: comics, music videos, radio, and more. Join DJ Holographic in the next phase of Electronic Music!


Big Room Opening Support Vibes Provided By:

Vyntage
Detroit is a place of down and out characters, hopeful hustlers, and people of all walks of life looking to find beauty in the shadows. Hailing from this multidimensional city of rich history, emerges producer and guitarist Vyntage. Interlacing elements of Motown soul, psychedelic rock and futuristic funk in a way that expresses his diverse interests and influences. Vyntage is interested in bringing forth music from the ether that moves the body, but more importantly, inspires the mind. To hope, to search, to wonder…


Jaws That Bite (Young Heavy Souls)
Jaws That Bite makes progressive, instrumental beat music. As a guitarist, he brings a prominent musical element to a traditionally rhythm-centric genre. Homemade percussion loops, dissonant vocal chops and wafting synthesizers melt together in the surreal soup of Sab’s sound. “Whether it’s performing a renegade set in a crowded basement or sharing the stage with national electronic and hip-hop acts, there is a certain electricity that comes with his performances.” – Matt Black, Young Heavy Souls