It happens only once a year so don’t miss it! The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston is pleased to present its much anticipated summer music event Steel Lounge Underground. Popular with a wide array of diverse audiences, it is CAMH’s not-to-be-missed event. Presented with Derek Jones and Josh Zulu, this music extravaganza showcases Houston’s diversity and talent by bringing together musical artists representing a variety of genres. During the event, the audience is invited to explore the stimulating exhibitions on view while enjoying the music. The talented lineup features Josh Dupont, Supa Neil, and Stewart Anderson from A Fistful of Soul. One-night-only video installation by NoiseFold. There is no charge for admission; cash bar featuring Deep Eddy Vodka and Karbach beer, and Flip n’ Patties and Snowdog food trucks will be on hand. Photobooth by Yelp and Memory Box.
This year's Steel Lounge Underground event features work by NoiseFold, an interactive media group founded by artists David Stout and Cory Metcalf. NoiseFold uses a variety of media to create live cinematic performances, video installations, animated films, and electro-acoustic music scores. The duo will present i I i (2008), a three-screen ultra-wide black-and-white panoramic projection that displays visual representations of digital data in a synchronized inter-play of shapes, patterns, and textures. Along with the duo’s work, artist David Stout will premiere a new interactive artwork in Houston created for the upcoming new media festival Currents 2013 in Santa Fe.
ABOUT THE MUSICAL ARTISTS
Josh Dupont has the cure for what ails you. Attentive and well versed in the ways of merry- and music-making, the veteran DJ/producer is a necessary staple to Houston’s nightlife. When he isn’t running the reins of label Nightshade Music, Dupont spends his time doctoring Houston’s insomniacs with generous doses of nu-disco every Sunday at Royal Oak, in the vibrant Montrose neighborhood. Unwavering in purpose, Dupont makes regular house calls in the wee hours of the morning at Austin’s famed afterhours club, Kingdom and at Lanai. He teams up with fellow DJ James Reed at Boondock’s for their new monthly Kinda Super Disco. And when partnered with producer-in-crime Spettro, the pair does for melodic Dub Techno what Tom Selleck did for the moustache—reintroducing timeless favorites with seductive, fresh fla