Event preview: Soul Clap BBQ Sun., Sept. 13 at TV Lounge

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Looking for something fun to do this Sunday? Why not head to TV Lounge where Soul Clap will be doing an extended set and delicious BBQ is served?

VENUE: TV Lounge – 2548 Grand River Ave, Detroit, Michigan 48201
DATE/TIME: Sunday, September 13 at 2pm-Midnight
ARTISTS: Soul Clap, Overdubs, Erno, DJ Toofine
AGES: 21+
TICKETS: Limited $10 tickets available at the door



As Resident Advisor says about Soul Clap: "By harnessing the past Soul Clap looks to the future. In 2012 they released their debut long player, EFUNK: The Album. A culmination of their sonic influences so far, full of collaborations and programmed to listen to on one vinyl LP, it included a cover version of Egyptian Lover’s classic "Alezby Inn," which got the seal of approval from Egypt himself in the form of a remix due out in 2013. Pushing their musical message even deeper, Soul Clap proudly launched Soul Clap Records, a sounding board for original material, a framework for their own funky family and a spotlight on undiscovered talent from their hometown of Boston and beyond. To keep the vinyl torch burning the label features vinyl only tracks and limited 7” records, as a matter of fact 45’s have become an exciting new medium in Soul Clap’s DJ performance. Soul Clap Records also completes the trinity now known as Crew Love, a family formed with Wolf + Lamb and Double Standard Records. With epic Sonar & A.D.E. parties already in the history books, this brotherhood will bring together artists from all three labels for many more epic experiences in 2013. As the stars align, Soul Clap to embark on new adventures for 2013. Coming soon is a mixed compilation for newly relaunched UK Garage legend Nice ‘n Ripe records and possibly the most exciting mothership connection of all, a budding collaboration with the creator of P-Funk himself, Mr. George Clinton and his C Kunspyruhzy record label."



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