Dance into the night at Alma Mater’s outdoor patio and bar surrounded by surreal synths, awash in glowing colors. The afterparty will follow Live Auction and is sure to get you moving.
Those who are unable to join the auction at the beginning can purchase a separate ticket to join the party at 9 pm. The party will feature performances from local headliners:
Mirrorgloss began creating music in the Spring of 2013, straight off the heels of a Jeff Buckley tribute performance at the New Frontier Lounge. They cite influences as diverse as LCD Soundsystem, Erykah Badu, Shalamar, and The Gossip. Their sound is a hybrid of electronic dance pop, with powerful guitar riffs and a strong neo-80’s aesthetic.
The best friends duo of Najamoniq Todd and Del Brown worked with various composers, and their performance promises to bring on a body-positive and queer-friendly dance party.
These ladies are excited to write songs and perform and hope to inspire and connect with humans the world over. Stay tuned for upcoming shows and events by following the band’s Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Chromatography started as the vision of Boris Rodriguez (Beta Control) and Chris Greenewald (Mesler/Kill City) both accomplished Producers and musicians on their own having successful releases in the electronic dance music world. The idea was simple: an outlet for them both with no restrictions or real direction when it came to the musical outcome.
Simply put whatever came out would be pure creative freedom. They sought out the help of longtime friend and vocalist Marco Level to create one of the most original sounds they could have possibly imagined. Electronic-influenced music with live instruments with a whole lot of energy and always pushing the boundaries of cutting-edge sound.