Listen here. Their current home is nestled deep in Brooklyn in the industrial haven of Gowanus, where the boys take to the decks of Analogy BKNY and its custom-crafted SBS Slammer sound system each month as part of their ongoing residency. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Copy link. Eschewing big beat drums for TB basslines, techno grooves, and soulful vocals, the new queer movement is one that looks to the past while pushing its sonic boundaries further and further forward. Their latest offering earned a premiere slot on Mixmag. Rolling techno, rich soundscapes and acid heaters are on the menu, so come prepared for a feast.
Jacob Meehan, Harry Cross and Aceboombap founded the Chicago dance party on the aim of providing a space free from inhibitions, away from the oppressive attitudes and abuse gay people are too commonly subject to in more public places.
The music policy is similarly unchained, spanning jubilant house and disco to hardcore post-punk, via spiky techno and fizzing acid, with recent guests to join the three co-founding residents including DJ Harvey, Red Axes, Jason Kendig, Vicki Powell and Jay Boogie. This August, the boys will throw the third edition of the Honcho Summer Campout: Listen here. The Carry Nation.
Unique to the scene itself is a lack of a geographic center, with gay party crews from all over the country proving to be integral to its overall identity — not just those from the usual major nightlife markets.