"The night's still around," Trundle says, "so why would we do a reunion for it?" But what Trundle also wants to iterate is that Creep will still be a mix of old and new music, much like Lipgloss began -- Ladytron and Stone Roses will play alongside Band of Skulls and the latest LCD Soundsystem tracks -- but there will be less focus on dance-floor bangers.
"With electro and dubstep," he adds, "the energy is incomparable, but not what we wanted to capture with Creep."
The DJ and Lipgloss co-founder Tyler "Danger" Jacobson once considered a full-fledged Lipgloss reunion of sorts at its old haunt, 3 Kings Tavern (which, at the time, was known as 60 South), but decided the idea of bringing old friends and a new audience together for a new evening altogether was a better plan.
Trundle and Mike Disco are the resident DJs behind the first edition of Creep -- Trundle says it may go monthly or bi-monthly, depending on the turnout -- and Jacobson will make a guest appearance on the decks for the first round of this free dance party.