Friday, May 26
Moonwalks Record Release Show
with special guests Eck! and Briggance, also featuring DJ Alright
Doors open at 8 pm | $15 tickets at entry

Western Mystery Tradition is the third studio album from Detroit outfit Moonwalks on the Fuzz Club label. The recording features a more polished retro-rock sound that has evolved from the group's free-wheeling, psyche-rock roots. It was recorded at Masonic Temple with Bill Skibbe (Jack White, The Kills) in a lodge belonging to the Free Masons’ Detroit chapter. Warming up the show are garage-esque rockers Eck! and the newest iteration of tBriggance. Dj Alright keeps the party rolling.

Sunday, May 28
Dave Rempis and Tyler Damon
with special guest Skeeter Shelton's Spectrum 3
Doors open at 7:30 pm 

Improvised music stalwarts Dave Rempis (winds) and Tyler Damon (percussion) return to Trinosophes to wrap up their Midwest duo tour. No strangers to our series, they have worked with figures of improvised and creative music like Joe McPhee, Toshi Dori, Josh Abrams, Peter Brötzmann, Jamie Branch, Nels Cline and countless others. Rempis also is highly active in facilitating and promoting shows in Chicago, including a weekly improvised music series at Elastic Arts, where he serves as board president.

Detroit's Spectrum 3 is also heading out on tour next week and they've joined the bill to get warmed up for travel. Please note that although Rempis/Damon are the evening's featured artists, they will open show, as they need to drive back to Chicago the same evening.


Tuesday Synth Series has moved to Thursdays to accommodate our new summer hours in the cafe, Wednesdays-Sundays, 10a-3p!

2-3 pm every Thursday in the cafe
Free and open to the public

Break up the monotony of your workday with our casual exploration of all music electronic. Don't miss our afternoon Tuesday Synthesizer Series that's steadily growing in popularity. This event is free and open to the public. Come early to grab a coffee or tea and pastries from the cafe as you listen.

Upcoming performances:
May 25: Sophiyah E.
June 1: Jaime Lutzo and Andrew Blake
June 22: Sophiyah E. & Otodjo
June 29: Dean Western

Trinosophes Projects is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in the state of Michigan that supports live programming, exhibitions,  and publishing. We are an independent, artist-operated entity located in the city of Detroit that, for the past decade, has operated at the scale and magnitude of cultural institutions with far greater budget. Contributed and earned income goes directly into the hands of the artists. If you appreciate our efforts, consider making a donation to support our continued expenses.