Super stoked to have Bileebob return this month for an improv live-set with special guest Andy Toth & Eric Hinchman opening the night on the decks.
Bileebob creates sexy electronic music featuring vocals, soft & hard synths, acoustic guitars, and life sounds. Bileebob has been involved with the Detroit and Midwest electronic muBileebob creates sexy electronic music featuring vocals, soft & hard synths, acoustic guitars, and life sounds. sic scene since the mid 90’s. He has performed internationally in Austria, Germany, Netherlands, Scotland and Nova Scotia as a member of the Detroit Grand Pubahs and Underground Resistance. As a DJ, he blends a seamless mix of all genres, including techno and house, electro and new wave, twisting knobs and tweaking the EQ to the crowd’s anticipant delight.
Andy Toth was one of the founding members of the Detroit Grand Pubahs. No longer a Pubah Andy is still in Detroit working hard. Andy’s junk is dark and funky. He’s been producing music since 1999. His illustrious career started with a stint in The Detroit Grand Pubahs, whose hit single “Sandwiches,” as well as the follow-up album, “Funk All Y’all,” saw to it that Andy would get the chance to peddle his wares on stages the world over. His ever-expanding production techniques have seen him working with Detroit’s top talent as a recording engineer, mastering professional, and producer of hip-hop, Rn’B, and electronic music. Andy has released tracks on labels like Jive Electro, Throw, D Records, Intuit Solar, Hej, Exchange Bureau Music, LiftKit, Trapez and his own label, People Mover Productions. Andy’s music has been traced as the root cause of the return of handle bar mustaches, the reason we like big butts, and the mass bumble bee extinction. Check it.
Eric Hinchman has done a bunch of other cool shit too. :P
Photo by Luke Hartley