Sunday, May 26 at 10 PM – May 27 at 11:59 PM - TV Lounge

OK COOL with Derrick Carter - Movement After Party

The legendary party series makes the annual pilgrimage to it's spiritual home of Detroit for another amazing night into day at TV Lounge.

Lineup:

Derrick Carter
DJ Jus-Ed
Ardalan
Delano Smith
Tara Brooks
ATAXIA
Eddie C
Dax Lee
Atnarko
ADMN
Loren
Mister Joshooa
Jeremy Ismael
Automaticamore
Steve, The Amazing
+ surprises!
Dax Lee is an international DJ based in San Francisco. 2016 was absolutely huge for Dax, after already establishing himself at festivals like Burning Man, Glastonbury.
 
The Garden Festival, Secret Garden Party and in clubs from Detroit to Ibiza he expanded his global reach to include the pacific rim with plays in Tokyo, Tulum and Sydney capped by a massive New Year’s Eve playing on a boat in front of the Sydney Opera House and headlining the official Field Day after party.
 
 
 
 
 

Derrick has been widely acknowledged as one of the better DJs of the world. With innovative productions, consummate technical skills and an effortlessly joyful attitude of rocking a crowd, his impact has infiltrated throughout the spectrum of dance music.


Although known as one of the key players of Chicago's '90s house music wave, he actually began DJ'ing at the age of nine, spinning disco, funk and blues records at family reunions. So naturally, he often travels outside standard club tastes, incorporating bits of disco, soul, jazz, new wave, and whatever else catches his fancy.

 

Jeremy Ismael began his journey in the electronic music world while he was in the military in Germany. He had his first gig at Das Boot—a stationary boat that was made into a club. Jeremy moved from Tampa to Miami 5 years ago and got a residency at “The electric Pickle” and hasn’t stopped since then.
 
His music taste has evolved a lot since those times in Germany playing now Nu disco, disco, 80’s, deep house, techno, deep tech. Jeremy’s Afro, mischievous smile and beautiful energy while playing are something that no one ever forgets.