Get down and dirty on August 29 with Detroit’s bad boy of techno, Lee Curtiss
Chicago, IL – The basement of Debonair Social Club on August 29th will get downright dirty with some hot, sweaty action from Detroit’s bad boy of techno, Lee Curtiss. The producer who once famously described his approach to making music as “fuck trends, fuck dance music and fuck me, ” promises yet another night of “face-melting mayhem” as he pushes his way through a DJ set filled with new tracks from a recent tour of Europe, and tantalizes with the prospect of hearing some of his yet-to-be released tracks from his forthcoming albums on Canada’s Dumb Unit label. Then of course there is his nice haircut, ways with the ladies and his “sexy, primal,” little-bit-backwoods kind of beats, all which add up to a party not to be missed.
His previous releases for Dumb Unit and other notable labels such as Rhumba Musik, Tigersushi and Kalimari have garnered him international acclaim and coveted performance slots at London’s Fabric Nightclub, Berlin’s Watergate, Montreal’s Mutek festival and of course Detroit’s Electronic Music Festival. Ramp Chicago’s second installment of their newly inaugurated final Friday night techno series, has hosted artists such as Toronto’s up-and-coming minimal tech-house wunderkid, Noah Pred, Cologne’s Yore Record’s head honcho Andy Vaz, and Detroit’s gritty-beatmakers Kero and Rex Sepulveda.
Curtiss shares the decks with Matt Main of No Affiliation and Ramp resident Liz Revision. The show is free before 11pm.
Who: Lee Curtiss, Matt Main and Liz Revision Presented by Ramp Chicago
Where: Debonair Social Club 1575 N. Milwaukee Ave. (Downstairs)
When: Friday, August 29th
Doors: 9pm -2am
Cover: Free Before 11, ten dollars after, $7 after 11pm with RSVP to http://Going.com [ http://going.com/leecurtiss]