Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Aphotic Segment 007 - Rejoice Pilgrim Defeat w/ Pipé Scuttleworth

Hark fine people of the Earth. For those proclaiming liberty, viewing freedom as a birthright, come join us in shaking the heavens in pagan fashion….. for we shall seize this night. Warp the very essence of this tradition and bastardize it for your own end and celebrate with us til’ the eyes go a’ crossed and thine legs shan’t support you any further.

Raise those tired souls and ascend, in jubilation, the peaks of joy purveyed by the inexplicable boarder ruffian, Pipé Scuttleworth. Hear, hear, and give three cheers! Raise those hands, and clank with merriment those flagons of hooch. Prepare thineselves with citrus and a healthy, preventative dose of tetanus and penicillin for a sockdolager as heavy as a quaff of Zug Island waters. Oh, and never forget, despite the inevitable intoxication about to be perpetrated upon you, Ol’ Scuttleworth does not intend to jam you up, he’s just going to get you jammy.

Indeed….. we’re about to embark upon a night to remember, full of friends, and fiends, and nicotine dreams, and wines, and wishes, and dishes, and beautiful souls, and sky rackets the likes of which even God has never seen!

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Pipé Scuttleworth – DJ
Drew Pompa – DJ

Wednesday, November 24th 2010
The Woodbridge Pub
5169 Trumbull Ave.
Detroit, MI 40208
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Monday, November 8, 2010

Aphotic Segment 006 | October 27th 2010

Wow..... I would love to extend a huge thanks to all the actors involved in last month's belligerent libation ladling. Although it would have been hard to predict a comparable attendance, had it not been for a 2-hour LCD Soundsystem tongue lashing just hours before, but HOT DAMN...... the pub was seriously packed to the gills.

Additionally, Aphotic 006 had witnessed some of the most delicious sets since the inception of Aphotic Segment back in May. Jennifer Rohde curated not only a calm and breezy mood, but also supreme sonic palette that included indie, shoegaze, and experimental jams. The perfect balance translated into an enticing warm up for the birthday girl, Erika Sherman. Erika brought the soupy ambient stylings at the beginning but let loose like a elastic ionic bond after her excellently placed "Mission Impossible" theme song, after which the disposition became dancey time - and quite appropriate for the mood this dance party was.

This month's Aphotic Segment will feature an exciting Detroit debut of Pipé Scuttleworth. Better known by his inner circle as P.M.Pompa or brother P. This event will fall the evening before Thanksgiving, so prepare your liver for some full on fucko festivities. This one's gonna be a rowdy rip-a-roo!

Part 1: Drew Pompa
Length: 36:00
Format: MP3
Bit Rate: 192 KBPS
Link: Download


01. Family Underground - River Axe
02. Coil - Heavens Blade
03. John Maus - Tenebrae
04. Sonic youth - I Dreamed I Dream
05. Modern English - Black Houses
06. Liquid Liquid - Rubbermiro
07. The Flying Lizards - The Window
08. The Flaming Lips - Dark Side of the Moon Album

Part 2: Jennifer Rohde
Length: 1:22:49
Format: MP3
Bit Rate: 192 KBPS
Link: Download

Part 1: Erika Sherman
Length: 1:53:11
Format: MP3
Bit Rate: 192 KBPS
Link: Download