A2SF Official Afterparty feat. FSQ & Dan Bain
Get ready to fall down the Rabbit Hole and immerse yourself in the ultimate after-party experience! Join us for Ann Arbor Summer Festivals’ Official Afterparty Series, taking place over 5 nights in June at our newest nightclub and cocktail bar located at 210 S 1st Street.
Follow the green lights and let us take you on a journey like no other, where herbal and root-infused cocktails, absinthe, and other delicious concoctions await. And with Krazieye Productions collaborating with us, we’re bringing in top-notch DJs from NYC, LA, Chicago, and Detroit to keep the party going long after A2SF ends.
Don’t let the festivities come to an end, come fall down the Rabbit Hole with us and dance the night away!
There will be limited pre-sale tickets to purchase so purchase now! 21+
About FSQ: In 2023, FSQ celebrates their 10th anniversary – the project was born out of the epic collaboration between funk legends Parliament-Funkadelic and the dance music duo Soul Clap. FSQ is a six person team that covers soul, funk, disco and house music in their original and remix productions. FSQ released their debut album “Reprise Tonight” on Soul Clap Records in 2020 with keystone funk artists George Clinton, Nona Hendryx, Fonda Rae and more making guest appearances. Most recently, a remix version of the album was released, “Reprise Reprise Tonight” with new takes by disco mix inventor Tom Moulton, Italo disco kings Birdee and DJ Rocca, the funky Ray Mang, Brooklyn’s own Jitwam and more.
FSQ DJ sets are helmed by the group’s leader, Chuck Da Fonk, and extend into some of the funkiest corners of dance music, where you’ll hear deep Balearic grooves, rare P-Funk sides, 80s boogie funk, uncommon new wave 12″s, and modern underground house cuts. With FSQ’s next album “Nightlife Geography” already in production, plus a long line of remixes in the can, Chuck’s DJ sets also hit your ear with plenty of original FSQ music you won’t hear anywhere else. You can find Chuck Da Fonk’s diverse selections presented every Thursday on Brooklyn based The Face Radio from 3-6pm ET.
About Dan Bain:
Dan Bain says that DJs just play other people’s music. His humility, however, cloaks the fact that his DJ sets sound like his own harmonious song. Vocals that ripple, keys that drip, and buoyant percussion are the standard to this Detroit native.
Bain cannot be whittled down to a genre. Having traversed the dunes of house and techno, to the crest of indie and trip-hop, he maintains a unique presence. His sense of victory comes by reaching even one person in the audience, although the majority hold on for the duration of the set. His sonic language comforts the dancer who is heartbroken, gyrates the weekend warrior, enlightens the lost, and flirts with the rest, even leaving his own heart on the dance floor.
With an ever-expanding music collection that includes his favorite 45s, Dan’s depth of knowledge hints at an insatiable quest of the universal language. On any given night, whether his message is through hip-hop, heartfelt house, or the quickened pace of techno, there is always a gentle let-down, but never a conclusion. You’ll have to return for the next chapter in the story.