It’s a bit of a special edition for our podcast, because our history with the wonderfully, tantalizing force of TYLR_ begins over 5 years ago at the well known Temple Bar on Cass Ave. He and his partner Steven Reaume have consistently been a positive influence in the city, creating the best parties and introducing us to the best new talents!
We have personally benefited from this, having great support from their organization of Norway Detroit when PITS was just an idea, and we had few connections. Flash forward to now, and he is poised to play his debut set at Movement Electronic Music Festival this weekend in Hart Plaza! His set runs from 2-3:30pm on Saturday, the first day of the fest ~
Check him out there and/or for his set at their intimate pre-party titled Anti-Social with Derek Plaslaiko happening on Friday night at the hush hush 😉
Tammy Lakkis is taking over the world, and we couldn’t be happier 😄 She is an exciting sound maker in Detroit with an eclectic style not dissimilar to a creepy carnival ride. 🎠 This all-vinyl mix of evil fun house grooves celebrates the coexistence of dark and light. ☯️ She will be playing an event at The High Dive in Hamtramck tomorrow night (May 9 2018) with two other great artists Marshall Applewhite and Jakob Harris! 👨👧👦
We are pleased to share this dynamic mix from a Detroit newcomer that many have had the pleasure of sharing a snack with already! 😉 Gino is one of the minds behind Snack Time Detroit, a creative and fun new happy hour event taking place every Thursday at TV Lounge. 🍕 He, along with fellow conspirator Andrew Charles, creates cool visuals and a friendly atmosphere that is welcome addition to the city’s scene! 🖤
Welcome to the first installment of our PITSCAST series.
Our first guest has performed at several of our events here in Detroit, and it is safe to say he will take us on a smooth ride to techno heaven. An Austrian born DJ, he has played in clubs throughout Europe and Southeast Asia and dipped deeply into dance culture globally. His sounds bring a feeling that is undeniably a unique interpretation of his place in time and space.
We are pleased to welcome, Alexander Schwank.
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