TEEVEE Presents 𝗗𝗝 𝗔𝗦𝗦𝗔𝗨𝗟𝗧
INSANE CLOWN PUSSY
JXNIOR B2B ADEBOII
◆ SATURDAY DECEMBER 16
◆ 8PM / CLOSE
◆ THE RECHABITE LETTSSSSSZZZZ DANCE !!!!
DJ ASSAULT has had a large hand in bringing ghetto-tech, aka booty music, from the urban streets of Detroit to the suburban club circuit. The incorporation of electro beats with hardcore, sometimes pornographic lyrics, is what makes ghetto-tech highly distinguishable from its other techno cousins. (Though DJ Assault actually formed as a duo -- with Craig Adams and Ade' Mainor, aka Mr. De -- the latter left in 2000.) Two self-run record labels, Assault Rifle and Electrofunk, have released Assault's signature tracks, "Crank This Mutha," "Sex on the Beach," and "Ass and Titties."At the tender age of 12, Craig Adams began his DJ career spinning at local parties and events in his hometown of Detroit. He took a three-year hiatus to study at the Univerity of Atlanta, but soon moved back to Michigan to start producing music in his own studio. Adams finished his studio by adding a local producer, Mr. De. After ill relations with a prior label, the two formed Electrofunk in 1996. Shortly thereafter, they released their first EP, Terrortech EP, with the singles "Crank This Mutha" and "Technofreak." The album was a good introduction of the new brand of techno that incorporated heavy bass beats, techno samples, and simple, catchy vocal hooks. During the summer of 1996, Assault released the first Straight Up Detroit Sh*t (SUDS) mix CD. Due to the first CD's popularity, Assault released the second volume that September. More popularity would follow the production team with the ghetto-tech anthems "Ass and Titties" and "Sex on the Beach." After only a year of being in business, Adams and De were able to say that they had sold more records than any other techno artist in the region at that time.
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TEEVEE is an event where everyone who decides they want to attend can be confident that they will feel included and need your help to do it. Everyone is entitled to have a good time and feel 100% comfortable.Please feel free to contact us directly if you have any special needs or any questions.
TEEVEE is and has always been fun, friendly, and energising. We sincerely hope that everybody who attends feels the ability to enjoy themselves freely, without judgment or inhibition.This means showing respect and appreciation for all of our peers and fellow event-goers, especially those part of marginalised groups in society.
Communities such as LGBTQ+ and BIPOC have long struggled to find spaces that feel safe, comfortable, and equal - Which some may take for granted. We believe it is the moral responsibility of all attendees of TEEVEE to uphold these values to ensure a welcoming space for all. DJ’s, bar staff, Management and Security will also be in place to help things run smoothly - threatening, aggressive, predatory, or discriminatory behaviour will not be welcome.
***THANK YOU AND DON’T STOP THE DANCE***