Ramp Chicago Moves to Friday Nights at Debonair, Rex Sepulveda Performs
Chicago electronic music promoters Ramp Chicago’s flagship monthly events at Debonair Social Club will be officially moving from the final Thursday to the last Friday of every month.On Friday, July 25th Rex Sepulveda from Detroit will perform alongside Liz Revision to launch the new night.
The switch in days was prompted by five months of steadily increasing attendance at the events that featured nationally and internationally recognized DJs and Producers such as Andy Vaz, Noah Pred, Kero and Kill Memory Crash.
Ramp Chicago spokesperson and talent coordinator Andrew Lochhead said the group is “excited about the move,” adding that he believes the move will not only “draw more people to our events but also increase the nights ability to attract even more high profile talent to the club.”
The move becomes official July 25th, when Ramp Chicago will present D Records recording artist Rex Sepulveda alongside Ramp Chicago resident Liz Revision.
Sepulveda was one of the original D Records artists, along with Tom Newman aka Acidpimp and The Kooky Scientist, when the label was founded in 1999 by techno legend Richie Hawtin. In addition to performing alongside these artists and more, Sepulveda also opened the main stage on the final day of this year’s Movement festival in Detroit opening for artists such as Speedy J, Par Grindvik and Cobblestone Jazz.