See you in November, NYC.
"Justin Carver started his DJ night Something Cold in June of 2009 out of equal parts "frustration with the lack of diversity and interesting Detroit nightlife, an ever-growing record collection, and desire to bring a group of like-minded friends and music lovers to together to celebrate the niche market of analog electronics, minimal-synth, coldwave and industrial music," he says.
The post-industrial backdrop of Detroit, Carver adds, is appropriate and inspirational for Something Cold. “The cold, bleak, fragile, yet vaguely hopeful sound of minimal electronic and traditional music is very much a reflection of the state of Detroit, and much of the Rust Belt nowadays,” he says. Carver and Daniel Stolarski co-DJ the event. Something Cold occurs the second Sunday of every month at Nancy Whiskey in Corktown. “
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Something Cold returns to Nancy Whiskey’s Detroit for another night of isolation anthems and fog machine over-indulgence. Join us as we bid farewell to the summer and welcome you back to our fragile little dance floor with our cold arms wide open.
Justin Carver and Daniel Stolarski spin the coldest of the waves and minimal-est of the electronics all night long…
Minimal-synth, industrial, coldwave, ebm, post-punk, black black black, cold cold cold…
Nancy Whiskey Detroit
2644 Harrison St.
Detroit, MI 48216
10pm - 2am
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TONIGHT at North End Studios: Marital Vows, Diskore, Pink Abduction Ray, and Pulsific Planet. 9pm doors.
Passed Loves are proud to present a new full length from Lidless Eye, aka Detroit’s Green Records And Tapes chief Knox Mitchell. Mitchell is no stranger to Passed Loves as he kicked off the label’s second night of collaboratively curated performances with affiliated Detroit label Something Cold back in December, 2013. The Staring Underheat sees Mitchell manifesting a depraved journey of audible ambiguity using an arsenal of metals and DIY/homemade electronics. With over an hour’s worth of material, the end result plays like an unused soundtrack to a psychedelic space opera directed by Kenneth Anger in his most unhinged form…to us at least.
2XCS available soon.
Spoils from Allegory Fest. I have a couple copies of the Shallow Sanction 12” for sale as well now courtesy of Hospital Productions. Thanks, guys!