One of the best things about the Detroit Electronic Music Festival are
all shows and parties that happen in metro Detroit surrounding the event.
Local music powers organized a warehouse party in Detroit. The music
was good and the venue was awesome. It was a small party, probably
three or four hundred people cycled through the place, though I can't say
that I know for certain.
The music cycled through an odd hour or two of 80's reminiscing--I'm pretty
sure there was some prince in there somewhere--before returning to slightly
more expected house and party music. The DJs cycled through about once an
hour, this helped to keep things fresh.
Flush toilets. Well, a flush toilet. But it's the small things
in life that make it so good.
We showed up early, around midnight, and the last boat left for Ann Arbor
sometime around 6am. Time enough to drink our byob 40s (except for one
fancy pants who actually brought a bottle of wine) and sober up
for the ride home.
I took a ton of pictures and don't want to get rid of them. If you're
curious, poke through them here.