May 25, 2016

38 Movement after-parties you should definitely hit up

Here is a big, honking list of after-parties, special events, and even some early morning events— from the most crazily-packed and exclusive shindigs to the more casual and downtempo affairs, as well. We’ve included both official Movement events and non-official ones. Party responsibly!

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Thursday, 5-26: Mike Servito @ The Whiskey Disco
Straight from the Bunker in New York, we’ve got eclectic DJ Mike Servito performing alongside Max Jacobson, Ari Frank, Vinnie at this A.O.D.-booked event.
Doors at 9 p.m.; 1456 Woodward Ave., Detroit; cornerstonedetroit.com; $10 before 11 p.m.
Thursday, 5-26: Mike Servito @ The Whiskey Disco
Straight from the Bunker in New York, we’ve got eclectic DJ Mike Servito performing alongside Max Jacobson, Ari Frank, Vinnie at this A.O.D.-booked event. Doors at 9 p.m.; 1456 Woodward Ave., Detroit; cornerstonedetroit.com; $10 before 11 p.m.
Thursday, 5/26: 2lanes Auto Shop @ Leland City Club
This one’s going to be late, and very fun, with some of New York City’s heaviest hitters getting loud in “Detroit’s classic techno cave”: Nick Dawson aka Bookworms, plus Entro Senestre, Turtle Bugg, and Black Noi$e.
Starts at 10 p.m.; 400 Bagley Ave., Detroit; lelandcityclub.net; $5.
Thursday, 5/26: 2lanes Auto Shop @ Leland City Club
This one’s going to be late, and very fun, with some of New York City’s heaviest hitters getting loud in “Detroit’s classic techno cave”: Nick Dawson aka Bookworms, plus Entro Senestre, Turtle Bugg, and Black Noi$e. Starts at 10 p.m.; 400 Bagley Ave., Detroit; lelandcityclub.net; $5.
Schoolhouse Thursday @ Mix Bricktown
Presented by a whole host of local music and art luminaries, including Miriam Silverstein and the Detroit Art Collective, the “Movement Festival Edition” of Schoolhouse Thursday features performances by Detroit’s Bill Bailey, as well as Oscar P, Mike Clark, and more.
Doors at 8 p.m.; 641 Beaubien St., Detroit; 313-962-9548; $5.
Schoolhouse Thursday @ Mix Bricktown
Presented by a whole host of local music and art luminaries, including Miriam Silverstein and the Detroit Art Collective, the “Movement Festival Edition” of Schoolhouse Thursday features performances by Detroit’s Bill Bailey, as well as Oscar P, Mike Clark, and more. Doors at 8 p.m.; 641 Beaubien St., Detroit; 313-962-9548; $5.
Thursday, 5-26: Summer Sessions: Kick-Off 2016 @ Exodos Rooftop
Paxahaus’ Chuck Flask, Play It Say It’s Ataxia, and resident DJ Joe Gize play this glitzy party, presented by Detek and City Air.
Starts at 10 p.m.; 529 Monroe St., Detroit; 313-962-1300; $10.
Thursday, 5-26: Summer Sessions: Kick-Off 2016 @ Exodos Rooftop
Paxahaus’ Chuck Flask, Play It Say It’s Ataxia, and resident DJ Joe Gize play this glitzy party, presented by Detek and City Air. Starts at 10 p.m.; 529 Monroe St., Detroit; 313-962-1300; $10.
Thursday, 5/26: Relay @ Bleu
Minimal Detroit presents this well-curated pre-party, with an impressive lineup that includes Underground Resistance recording artist Gerald Mitchell aka Los Hermanos, alongside Shake, Harold Martin, Norm Talley, Paty Pat, and Alex Gardel.
Starts at 10 p.m.; 1540 Woodward Ave., Detroit; bleudetroit.com; $20.
Thursday, 5/26: Relay @ Bleu
Minimal Detroit presents this well-curated pre-party, with an impressive lineup that includes Underground Resistance recording artist Gerald Mitchell aka Los Hermanos, alongside Shake, Harold Martin, Norm Talley, Paty Pat, and Alex Gardel. Starts at 10 p.m.; 1540 Woodward Ave., Detroit; bleudetroit.com; $20.
Thursday, 5/26: Lesson #3.5 Festival Warmup @ Grenadier Club
Datswotsup delivers heavy and heady underground sounds thanks to the likes of Hatcha (Sin City), Reid Speed (Play Me), and Unicorn Fukr (Kompression) at the always fun, unpretentious, and gay-friendly Grenadier Club.
Starts at 10 p.m.; 3101 McDougall St., Detroit; 313-568-3622; Free beforemidnight.
Thursday, 5/26: Lesson #3.5 Festival Warmup @ Grenadier Club
Datswotsup delivers heavy and heady underground sounds thanks to the likes of Hatcha (Sin City), Reid Speed (Play Me), and Unicorn Fukr (Kompression) at the always fun, unpretentious, and gay-friendly Grenadier Club. Starts at 10 p.m.; 3101 McDougall St., Detroit; 313-568-3622; Free beforemidnight.
Thursday, 5-26: Shhh @ Tires
All proceeds from this event go towards funding Tec-Troit, a three-day, free, electronic music festival. The showcases features music from David Marroquin, Marissa Guzman, Dimitri Pike, Ryan El-Yafouri, Bianca Anjelique, and more.
Starts at 10 p.m.; 6541 E Lafayette St., Detroit; $10.
Thursday, 5-26: Shhh @ Tires
All proceeds from this event go towards funding Tec-Troit, a three-day, free, electronic music festival. The showcases features music from David Marroquin, Marissa Guzman, Dimitri Pike, Ryan El-Yafouri, Bianca Anjelique, and more. Starts at 10 p.m.; 6541 E Lafayette St., Detroit; $10.
Friday, 5/27: Matthew Dear @ Leland City Club
Paradigm presents the “Open to Close” party starring Matthew Dear, the charismatic and widely beloved avant electronic pop artist who’s a co-founder of Ann Arbor labels Ghostly and Spectral. 
Starts at 10 p.m.; 400 Bagley Ave., Detroit; lelandcityclub.net; Tickets $10-$25.
Friday, 5/27: Matthew Dear @ Leland City Club
Paradigm presents the “Open to Close” party starring Matthew Dear, the charismatic and widely beloved avant electronic pop artist who’s a co-founder of Ann Arbor labels Ghostly and Spectral. Starts at 10 p.m.; 400 Bagley Ave., Detroit; lelandcityclub.net; Tickets $10-$25.
Friday, 5/27: Danny Tenaglia, Chuck Daniels @ Populux
Populux’s boss party pairs Brooklyn’s Danny Tenaglia and Detroit’s Chuck Daniels for a stellar time.
Doors at 9 p.m.; 4120 Woodward Ave, Detroit; populuxdetroit.com; Tickets $20.
Friday, 5/27: Danny Tenaglia, Chuck Daniels @ Populux
Populux’s boss party pairs Brooklyn’s Danny Tenaglia and Detroit’s Chuck Daniels for a stellar time. Doors at 9 p.m.; 4120 Woodward Ave, Detroit; populuxdetroit.com; Tickets $20.
Friday, 5/27: Carl Craig: In Conversation @ D.I.M.E.
This event takes place in the nightclub-type space located in the basement of local music school D.I.M.E. The original techno great will be interviewed and then take questions from the audience. 
Starts at 7 p.m.; 1265 Griswold St., Detroit; dime-detroit,com; Free.
Friday, 5/27: Carl Craig: In Conversation @ D.I.M.E.
This event takes place in the nightclub-type space located in the basement of local music school D.I.M.E. The original techno great will be interviewed and then take questions from the audience. Starts at 7 p.m.; 1265 Griswold St., Detroit; dime-detroit,com; Free.