21+, $12 advance @ Q box office or at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/318849
Champagne Champagne- Seattle's own punk-rap-shoegazers, backroom brown hornets, vibrate higher in their magnetic blackness. Two MC's: Pearl Dragon, lifer-a smoke-breathing hood Jim Morrison- and Sir Thomas Gray, the hyperactivated game-gifted trouble man. One producer/multi-instrumentalist DJ Gajamagic (AKA Mark Gadjahar, drummer/founding member of defunct Seattle posthardcore institution The Blood Brothers, current backbone to Past Lives and Weekend) master of dark arts, road-trip Macgyver, and sound systems savage. Together they "outrap and outparty everyone" (via Seattle Weekly), drink greenrooms dry, and smash packed clubs and sweaty basements alike with their afrofuturist afterparty music- rejecting easy classifications, broke groupies, and bammer weed. Just picture The Cure, Cody ChesnuTT and Cannibal Ox at a Pabst-soaked jam in a haunted mansion. Now picture The 'Pagne burning it the fuck down. Yeah, you got it.
-Larry Mizell Jr
Lisa Dank- "the closest thing to a legitimate pop star from the Northwest, but still maintains something of a DIY aesthetic. That she is able to combine the two seemingly mutually exclusive ideas and has a knack for putting together catchy pop songs is part of what makes her so interesting and exciting to me." ..
-Three Imaginary Girls
DJ Martini- DJ Martini is known all over Seattle's nightlife for his diverse sixth sense for music. Through out the year's he's moved from house, to mash-ups, to top 40. In 2001 he was a resident DJ at Euphoria/Planeta Mexico in San Antonio, Texas. He also worked with the promotion company digiworks, which lead to multiple gigs. Thereafter, in 2002 he joined a band called "Redhouse," and also produced hip-hop CD for local rap artists in Colorado. DJ Martini then moved to Seattle, WA to pursue a degree in Audio Production at AIS. Since working in Seattle He's DJ'd at: The Crocidile, Contour, Chop Suey, Fuel, Heaven, Irish Immigrant, Rendezvous, Studio 7, The Showbox Sodo, and multiple events for REDBULL. In addition, Martini has 4 years experience being an A/V Technician and is currently working for Microsoft as a video compressor engineer. He's done shows with the rock band "The Downfall," and Dj'd for the rap group "Da Brix." Also he's produced music for "Champagne Champagne", Chance/ AMDEF, Ronald McFondle,Billy The Fridge, and plays with DJ Punish, they call themselves the Scratchaholics. He currently DJ's some nights at, The Rat & Raven, The Diller Room, and various locations in Seattle. He is constantly producing and revolutionizing the Music and club scene.
Q night club- Q is a state-of-the-art, 12,500 sq. ft. multilevel lounge and nightclub located in Seattle's vibrant Capitol Hill neighborhood. Setting a new standard for excellence by returning to the fundamentals of what makes a nightclub experience great, Q focuses on innovative interior design, groundbreaking sound and lighting, exceptional service, and our twist on specialty drinks and cocktails, including the club's own signature line of infused and flavored vodkas.
Q is open six days a week, serving both as a lounge on weekdays and as a nightclub on weekends. No matter whether you are seeking a relaxed atmosphere after work or a fun night of dancing, you will be able find it at Q.
The space is designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, the AIA award-winning architects behind such projects as the iconic Apple Cube on New York's Fifth Avenue, Pixar Studios Headquarters, and Seattle City Hall, to name a few.
In addition, Q incorporates world-class audio-visual components as part of its overall design, providing the most memorable experience for our patrons possible. These include a sound system by Funktion One from England, designed by Sound Investment AV, and a state of the art lighting design by Steve Lieberman of the award-winning SJ Lighting in Los Angeles.
Music is our message.
Q Nightclub presents Studio 4/4 featuring
Thursday Dec 8, 2016 - 9:00pm-2:00am, 1 person are in
1021 E Pike St
1000 E. Pike St
1009 E Union S
707 East Pike St.