Deep 6 Archives

Pictures from various past Deep 6 Events. 


Freaks United 2010

Velvet Acid Christ, Mindless Faith and Technophobia 2015

Yacht Rock Party 


Artist Profile: Shichigoro Shingo

Shichigoro is an artist living and working in Yokohama, Japan. After beginning his career as an oil painter, the digital artist found his way into further explorations of his themes through Photoshop. You can find more of his work here.

Working Order Records: Making Music for Positive Change.

Working Order Records makes music a truly giving experience. DC’s own Steve and Katie Petix of synth group Technophobia have created a way “to bridge the gap between musician ideology and social impact.”


According to Working Order Records “Each WOR release is a uniquely personal fundraising campaign enabled through limited-run vinyl. Partnering with artists and bands, we leverage their recorded music to help raise awareness and funding for the community-based charities they designate.”


Technophobia  will be kicking off  WOR first campaign with their release of  “Negative Space,” ,a 12-inch single with remixes by hERETICS iN tHE lAB, Void Vision, and Alter Der Ruine.The  “Negative Space”  single will benefit the the nonprofit Life Pieces to Masterpieces (LTMP). The LTMP mission: “Life Pieces to Masterpieces uses artistic expression to develop character and leadership, unlock potential, and prepare African American boys and young men to transform their lives and communities.”


Technophobia will also be performing at the Black Cat on July 17th as part of their Record Release Show, also a benefit for Life Pieces to Masterpieces.


You can listen to “ Negative Space here:

To find out more and to preorder the albums please visit WOR at

For more information on Life Pieces to Masterpieces, visit

2016 Summer Happenings







WITH CYANOTIC & ISZOLOSCOPE @ the Metro Gallery Baltimore ,MD 




Technophobia. July 17th

@ Black Cat 1811 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20009





July 28th The Swans @ 930 club



Recurring Events


June 23rd: The Further

@ Dr. Clocks Nowhere Bar

2226 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Dark Electro, new and retro music, performances, DJs, and art of all kinds, drink specials and more





July 2nd & Aug 6th: Elektroshock  

@Grand Central 1001 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 2120

DJs Neska, Dark Angel,

Nicholai and Cerberus

spin the best mix of industrial, synthpop, powernoise, electroclash, underground, 80’s, 90’s, and more…

$6 cover all night.   21+ only




deviant dance

July 16th :Deviant Dance Party

@Baltimore SoundStage 124 Market Pl, Baltimore, MD 21202

We will be spinning you a diverse collection of INDUSTRIAL, EBM, EDM and ALTERNATIVE ELECTRONIC to keep you moving all night long





July 24th :DARK & STORMY

@Black Cat 1811 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Think new wave, nu-disco, electroclash, and goth dance

Darker side of Dance / Electro / Retro

$5 Backstage / Doors at 10:00





July 23rd:Cryfest Cure vs Smiths

@Black Cat  1811 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

w/ DJs Steve EP, Killa K, Krasty McNasty, and DJ Missguided

$10 Mainstage / Doors at 9:30





Aug 27th:Eighties Mayhem

@Black Cat  1811 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

w/ DJs Steve EP, Killa K, Krasty McNasty, and DJ Missguided

$10 Mainstage / Doors at 9:30





Every Saturday

Spellbound DC

@1823 L Street NW Washington DC

DC’s most consistent and longest, continuously running goth/industrial event currently in operation!

Doors 9pm :: $7 :: 21+



Arts and Festivals

June 26th 12-6: Uprising Festival

Rhode Island Ave NE Main Street – various addresses

We explore the theme of creative collaborations – innovative and artistic ways to solve complex problems. The day includes performing and visual arts elements, hands-on activities, local food, drink, and retail vendors,


July 9th: Sound Scene IX: Sculpting Sound

Hirshhorn Museum – 700 Independence Avenue Southwest, Washington, DC 20560

Sound Scene: Sculpting Sound will feature live music, interactive audio exhibits, DIY sonic construction projects and more.



July 7-31st: Capital  Fringe Fest

Fringe! focuses on expanding the audience’s palate for independent Fringe theatre, music, art, dance and unclassifiable forms of live performance and visual art..



July 15-17th: Artscape

140 West Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore,  MD 21201

America’s largest free arts festival, attracting 350,000+ attendees over three days. Artscape features 150+ fine artists, fashion designers and craftspeople; visual art exhibits and performances.