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TONIGHT! Transit Station Presents Their First EP Release: ke thu’s “EP_1” + Release Party


Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/321494895186650/

Local label Transit Station has been slowly building their presence in Detroit’s electronic music scene after launching in September of 2018. Since then, they have hosted a number of talented selectors and musicians at a variety of venues, eventually leading to a bi-weekly event series held at Detroit City Distillery. 35329486_1988607271180889_9005269749273198592_o

“We envision our music to be one of a kind. We believe the true experimental passion of music still exists, but has become lost. We’ve constructed a Transit Station back into the unknown, another dimension if you will. Now it’s time to sit back and enjoy the ride. Welcome to Transit Station.”

Following an introduction in the form of their first live performance in September of 2018, ke thu has established themselves as an exciting and enigmatic creative duo in the city, producing live ambient electronic that spans through facilitated contemplation and into subtle, driving force. In that same month, the group released visuals for their debut track, “Looks Everywhere,” and after a string of shows and releases over the past 8 months, their first project is finally out in the form of TS001: ke thu’s “EP_1.”


Join ke thu and the Transit Station crew tonight at Detroit City Distillery for the official release party for “EP_2,” featuring a live set from ke thu as well as performances by TS DJ’s Anthony Botez and Julian Abel. Check out the description below, and see you at 9pm tonight in Eastern Market!

“Join us as we celebrate Transit Station’s very first EP release by ke thu:
Titled “EP_1” the EP includes two lofi melodic heaters that will surely take you on a journey deep into transit.
Support from Transit’s own:
Anthony Botez
Julian Abel
8PM – 1AM
No Cover

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