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Derek Plaslaiko: Too long one of Detroit's best kept secrets, a core pillar of The Bunker in Brooklyn, now with a residency at Club Der Visionaere in Berlin. An indie rocker inspired by Techno, a speaker fucker from the original Detroit Rave scene, last name stolen from someone he was often confused for, a top midwestern deep mixing DJ turned record producer and remixer. BMG: Brendan M Gillen is a founding member of Ectomorph and Interdimensional Transmissions. Brendan enjoys playing Ableton like a video game and making analog equipment growl like an acid motorcycle. His DJ sets combine studio production techniques with his lifelong obsession with Detroit radio mix shows to achieve a truly psychedelic deep listening post-Music Institute post-Music Box post-Music Aquarium experience. The Story of Your Mother BMG & Derek met while they both worked at Record TIme, Brendan later hiring Derek to work for his Star 67 Distribution. Shortly after moving from Ann Arbor to Detroit in 2006, an era of Ectomorph ended. To find the inspiration to forge a new direction we began throwing a specific type of Detroit underground party. Initially conceived of in a phone call between BMG and Derek Plaslaiko, we wanted a party that seemed endless but that still only had 4 DJs, the others being our favorite unsung heroes - master DJs of the Midwest, the likes of Carlos Souffront, Patrick Russell, and Mike Servito. So Interdimensional Transmissions switched its focus to producing these underground events and in early December 2007, we threw No Way Back, a 12 hour party (that lasted 17) in a disused Detroit bank with a leaky roof. The leaky roof didn't stop anybody though, and Derek took that as inspiration to run through an unfinished wall. There's a YouTube video of that. Reclaiming old spaces and transforming them with installations (parachutes, netting, amorphous lighted structures and abstract cosmic spray paint art) and major audiophile soundsystems were core elements of this underground party system. Derek talked IT into producing No Way Back during the DEMF, to share this rare thing with the world. By 2010 we had partnered with The Bunker to produce No Way Back for DEMF and also Brooklyn, which continues to this day. We wanted to create m...
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