Deep Club has been throwing some of the most tastefully curated parties of recent years featuring experimental electronic dance music. Modeled in part on the raves of the '90s and choice clubs showcasing that music in the U.S. and Europe, a Deep Club event is welcoming but intimate. Currently, the collective is now launching three new endeavors: a monthly party called DEEP CLUB, which starts this Friday, January 16; a podcast called Deep Club Mix Series and a vinyl imprint also called Deep Club.
In traditional underground electronic dance event fashion, you can find out more about Friday's event featuring Brooklyn-based artist Gunnar Haslam and Deep Club residents Ryan Scannura and Occidental at the collective's usual online resources including www.deepclub.us, Facebook and through Twitter and Soundcloud at @deepclubdenver.
Prior to Friday's event you can get a taste of what you're in for when Deep Club does Beatport Live earlier on January 16 at Beatport Headquarters in downtown Denver. One can tune in at http://www.ustream.tv/BEATPORT to catch Deep Club resident DJ Drew from 3 to 4 p.m. and Gunnar Haslam from 4 to 5 p.m.. The latter will do a three hour DJ set at the event proper late that night.
Deep Club and Communikey Festival are also collaborating on bringing the well-known Chicago-based house/disco/techno artist the Black Madonna to town on February 28 for an event also featuring Deep Club resident Gant Johnson and Roger That of The Playground, another local collective.
The Deep Club label is going to be vinyl only with its twelve-inch debut release with offerings from Occidental, Falling Into Places, Blynkwth and Brooklyn-based artist Justin More available early in 2015.
For more information on these events and releases, as well as developments with the Deep Club Mix Series podcast, visit http://www.deepclub.us or email the group at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also subscribe to the Deep Club mailing list here.
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