Zero One Music, EqualRecordings.com & Detroit Bachelor DJS present Heaven's Gate 3 at district.RED featuring performanes by:
DJ Will Web aka Mr. Bill aka UFO HunTerZ (Palm Beach/Detroit)
(Zero One Music, Direct Beat, UNDERGROUND RESISTANCE, Interdimensional Transmissions, Astralwerks Records, Matrix Records)
Marshall Applewhite aka Octored (Detroit)
(YoSucka! Music, DETROIT UNDERGROUND, How To Kill Records, Clan Destine Records, Senseless Neon)
DJ Eric Hinchman (Detroit)
(EqualRecordings.com, Detroit Bachelor DJS)
21 & over w/ ID. Doors @ 9pm. $5 Pre-sale tickets, $10 at the door.
Will Web is one of a handful of young electro revivalists associated with Detroit's Direct Beat label, also home to such names as Aux 88, K-1, and "Mad" Mike Banks. Like those artists, Web grew up steeped in equal parts early hip-hop (Run-DMC, Ice-T), techno-pop (Kraftwerk, Gary Numan), and first-wave Detroit techno (Model 500, Cybotron), and the breakbeat bias of his music stems from those artists' influence. A DJ through most of the '80s and on into the '90s, Web's first release appeared under his DJ name Mr. Bill (he took the name from the Saturday Night Live character) on the Digital Sects II compilation on Sean Deason's Matrix label. At Deason's behest, Web passed a tape of unreleased material to Mike Banks (of Direct Beat/Underground Resistance), leading to the release of Web's first DB 12-inch, "Cosmic Drive-By". --Sean Cooper, AllMusicGuide
• Born and raised In Detroit, MI now resides in Palm Beach, FL.
• Reporter for the Billboard Magazine dance chart.
• Owner and operator of Zero One Music.
• House producer under the alias UFO HunTerZ.
• Previously signed with Astralwerks, Direct Beat and Matrix Records.
• Has produced over 100 compositions.
• Remixed over 20 singles including a recent top 10 on Billboard's Dance Chart with Lady Gaga's “Till It Happens To You”.
• An opening DJ for Moby and the Chemical Brothers.
• Former member of the Underground Resistance DJ Assault Squad.
• Over 10 top residencies in Michigan and South Florida.
Detroit based producer/DJ Marshall Applewhite has set himself off into a journey of sonic terror reaching out to the late night, early morning, ears of exotic dance music fans around the globe. His sound, albeit jarring at times, encompasses the gritty nature of the city he brought up in. Co-heading the sludge movement with The Friend, Applewhite has brought new life into the techno world. Slow low, acrid, low frequency soundscapes are all a part of what makes Applewhite unique in an overpopulated world of generic music. With a slew of releases out on Detroit Underground, How To Kill, Clan Destine, Senseless Neon and his own YoSucka! Music, Marshall is showing no sign of slowing down.
The founder & label manager of Equal Recordings, co-founder of the Detroit Bachelor DJ Society, executive producer & host of the DBDJS & STEP podcasts. Hinchman has worked for record labels Interdimensional Transmissions & Intuit-Solar, and has taught the craft of beat matching at Axis Music Academy. You may have heard his sets at his past residencies at venues like: Velvet Lounge, Magic Bag, Labyrinth, Lush Lounge, 5th Avenue Royal Oak, Groove Room, Buddha Bar or one of many underground dance parties around the mid-west over the past 20+ years.