If you had a chance to cut a rug for one more night in 2011, where would you go? We'd hit up FRINGE in a heartbeat, the best dance night in the city, where DJs Blondie K & subOctave spin the best modern indie rock and electro pop from Daft Punk to The Strokes to The Rapture. And it doesn't stop there–they do it up with giant video projections, which means for one night a month, you can pretend the glory of MTV never died. For only the second time this year, it takes over DNA Lounge, which means more dance floor square footage, more mind-bending projections and more drinks to go around.
In this multimedia age, there's one dance night in the city that rules them all, and it goes by the name of Fringe. It's the indie music lovers' holy grail, complete with giant video projections–which means for one night a month, you can pretend the glory of MTV never died. It used to take over Madrone Art Bar, but now it's growing up and graduating to DNA Lounge this October 7th, so you can count on it being bigger than ever.