Sonic Blizzard at Tangent Gallery hosts a flurry of DJ's and bands for two-nights

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Tangent Gallery event - EATON BLUMENSTEIN
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Leave it to Tangent Gallery to keep it weird.

The gallery has partnered with Detroit art collective Mesmerism Ink for a two-night mini-fest celebrating Detroit’s rock, experimental, and electronic scenes. The loaded lineup includes sounds by Zilched, Space Junkie, and Saint Hewitt, as well as DJs Phil Minnick, Jessica Peacock, and Ryan McCray. Artist vendors will be on site, Pink Plate Treats will serve food, and, to keep things extra trippy, everything will be drenched in cosmic lighting courtesy of the Bedroom Light Show and zjump.

Sonic Blizzard starts at 8 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 25 and Saturday, Jan. 26 at Tangent Gallery; 715 E. Milwaukee St., Detroit; 313-873-2955; tangentgallery.com; Tickets are a sliding scale of $5-$20 to support local artists.



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