We struggle to define Brasstax. It's just this thing we do.

Started in 2012, it began as a dime-a-dozen dance party, a way to bring people together and listen to good ass music in a positive environment. From those roots, Brasstax has evolved into a platform for our ideas, interests and tastes, be they musical, artistic, philanthropic, etc.

But at the core, BTX will always be the dance party, an unmatched space for community interaction and action itself. It will always be 'Father Stretch My Hands, Pt. 1' into 'Pt. 2'. It can't not be.

@Kyle Stewart @Jake Guidry @Quinten Rosborough