It’s the third in a monthly series of lit events, and this month, the talent level is huge.
SEP. 23: L.A. RECORD PRESENTS A RROSE IN A PROSE SEH! WITH NOCANDO, GITANE DEMONE, EMILY MAYA MILLS, JEAN-PAUL GARNIER, LUNA VROUM, LINA LECARO, ERIN WEST, JOANNE DEVAULT, D.M. COLLINS
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JUN. 20: LOW END THEORY w MARY ANNE HOBBS + EPROM + AGES + DADDY KEV + NOBODY + THE GASLAMP KILLER + D-STYLES + NOCANDO
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APR. 12-22: MOON BLOCK PARTY PRESENTS DESERT DAZE FESTIVAL w DENGUE FEVER + AKRON/ FAMILY + MOVING UNITS + DEAD MEADOW + MORE
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July 9th, 2011 · 2 Comments
What’s it like in Kool Keith’s head? Awesome as fuck, but once you come out, the rest of the world is just like a blank gray screen. But whatever, it’s worth it. Since Kool Keith is playing in a matter of MINUTES, we asked our contestants to pick a YouTube to inspire his next album. [...]
JUL. 9: L.A. RECORD PRESENTS KOOL KEITH + NOCANDO + BUSDRIVER + DENIS DEFT + YETI BEATS + ZANE (KILLING SPREE)
July 7th, 2011 · No Comments
RSVP TO RSVP@LARECORD.COM WITH SUBJECT ‘KOOL’ FOR $5 DISCOUNT OR WIN TICKETS HERE!
July 7th, 2011 · 2 Comments
L.A. RECORD presents Kool Keith with Nocando, Busdriver and more on Sat., July 9, at Dark Horse downtown! Win tickets and vinyl within!
UPDATE: Discount RSVP closes at 5! Email firstname.lastname@example.org subj KOOL now to get $5 off! DISCOUNT RSVP CLOSED!
JUN. 23: L.A. WEEKLY PRESENTS HIPSTERS HEART HIP HOP 1 YEAR ANNIVERSARY w/ FREE THE ROBOTS + DARKHORSEMEN + NOCANDO + MORE
June 14th, 2011 · 1 Comment
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Unlike the Thom Yorke DJ set at Low End in March, Erykah Badu’s seemed to be a secret well-kept until the few hours right before her performance. The first lady of neo-soul finally took the stage at around midnight, after sets by Nocando and Co.fee. The dance floor was packed and steamy as she played a mix of 90s hip hop and old-school R&B–Rick James’ “I Love You Mary Jane” drew a particularly good response—and contemporary hip-hop, like Dilla’s “Workingonit.”
March 30th, 2011 · 4 Comments
In honor of Low End Theory’s Japan benefit show tomorrow, we are posting VJ/artist/electronic musician Strangeloop’s guide to sci-fi, avant-garde anime and films that feel like DMT trips. He brings the psychedelic visuals that accompany the sonic landscapes of Flying Lotus. This interview by Lainna Fader.