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Nightspots

Club Above

215 N. Main [map]
686-4012
club-above.com

This dance club on the top floor of the Heidelberg restaurant features live music Fri. & Sat. 10 p.m.-2 a.m. (doors at 9 p.m.). DJs with futurism, beats, and bass music, Wed. 9 p.m.-2 a.m., and underground hip-hop, soul, and dreamwave, one Thurs. a month 9 p.m.-2 a.m. Dancing, cover. Age 21 & older admitted (except as noted).

 

November 2: Cat Lung

Local experimental art rock sextet. Opening acts are the local 70s- influenced pop-rock dance band Spiraling Shapes (formerly Dr. Unk) and the Howell blues-inflected punk-metal duo Faster Taxi.

November 3: Michigan Electronic Music Collective

Local DJ collective that plays house and techno music.

November 4: Hip-Hop Showcase

With MCs TBA.

November 11: Electronic Dance Music

EDM and bass music DJs

November 12: Hodera

Indie rock and folk quartet from New Jersey. They have a brand-new album, First Things First. Opening acts are the local synth rock band Hollow Paradise, the local pop-rock band Fallow Land, the Northville band Free Coffee, and the local experimental post-rock instrumental duo The Splinter Twins.




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