NEWFANE — The Stone Church can be thumping with sounds from digital music producers from throughout New England.
Third Eye Collective’s Psilly Soiree is occurring on the downtown Brattleboro venue April 2 from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. Headlining is Camnah, a bass music producer from Connecticut.
“Camnah is huge, a really good artist, well-known,” stated Shastin Joynt, one of many three founders of Third Eye Collective. “He has done a lot of collaborations with lots of different artists.”
Joynt described Camnah’s music having “really heavy bass” and being “very melodic.”
“But it hits hard,” she stated.
Performing earlier within the night are Octonipples, Shacksies, HeadSpace and Haunter. Artists, distributors, a licensed therapeutic massage therapist, a dwell painter and extra are also anticipated to be a part of the occasion.
Joynt stated Hennessy Sound Design’s “amazing, huge, well-known speakers” can be used for the performances.
Tickets can be found for $35 at venuepilot.co/occasions/50392/orders/new and $40 on the door. For VIP entry to the balcony, tickets price $50 on-line and $55 on the door.
Joynt and a gaggle of associates began internet hosting digital music exhibits at The Stone Church underneath the moniker Soundlandings earlier than she and two others branched out to kind Third Eye Collective. Her hope is to have extra occasions on the venue sooner or later.
After leasing 80 Flat St. in Brattleboro for about six months, Third Eye Collective acquired to know a number of gifted musicians and artists.
“We don’t have that space anymore,” Joynt stated in an earlier interview. “But we know a lot of people who have venues for events and other similar groups like us all over New England who want to collaborate.”
Eventually, her group needs to amass its personal venue once more. But for now, Joynt stated, “we’re having fun in other people’s.”