Oct. 2: 12th Annual Eagle Rock Music Festival w/ The Soft Pack + The Gaslamp Killer + Nosaj Thing + Nobody + Lucky Dragons + Rainbow Arabia + Free the Robots + Ras G + tons more
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Via: Brainfeeder Red Bull Music Academy’s new quarterly night at Fabric gets off to the best possible start with the visit of the Brainfeeder posse. Flying Lotus, label honcho and inspirational DJ/producer/laptop warrior, will be bringing his hyperkinetic live show to the stage, mixing beats, bleeps, burps and bumps into a non-stop bombardment of booty–rattling funk. Just as Flylo was once an Academy participant (Melbourne, 2006), one of Brainfeeder’s new artists, TOKiMONSTA, will be one of the fresh faces in London, 2010. Currently still under arrest for ‘astro-vandalism’, she’ll be bringing her mind-bending Billboard rap bombardments and dreamy electronica out for the Brainfeeder bash. With another Academy alumnus, Dorian Concept, as well as Daedelus, Gaslamp Killer, Nosaj Thing, and guests J.Rocc, Martyn, Dimlite and…
February 3rd, 2010 · 2 Comments
Artwork: KOZYNDAN DAEDELUS (soon to release “Righteous Fists of Harmony” on Brainfeeder) along with NOSAJ THING and JOGGER, embark on the “Magical Properties Tour” across North America: Feb 4th – Space 120 – Palm Springs, California Feb 5 – Echoplex – Los Angeles, California Feb 6 – Mighty – San Francisco, California Feb 7 – Jambalaya – Arcata, California Feb 8 – Rotture – Portland, Oregon Feb 9 – Fortune Sound Club – Vancouver, British Columbia Feb 10 – Neumos – Seattle, Washington Feb 12 – Hodi’s Half Note – Fort Collins, Colorado Feb 13 – Gothic Theater – Englewood, Colorado Feb 14 – Mad Planet – Milwaukee, Wisconsin Feb 15 – Majestic Theater – Madison, Wisconsin Feb 16 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago,…
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Magical Properties is a label featuring Nosaj Thing, Jogger, and founded by Daedelus. Feb 4th – Space 120 – Palm Springs, California Feb 5 – Echoplex – Los Angeles, California Feb 6 – Mighty – San Francisco, California Feb 7 – Jambalaya – Arcata, California Feb 8 – Rotture – Portland, Oregon Feb 9 – Fortune Sound Club – Vancouver, British Columbia Feb 10 – Neumos – Seattle, Washington Feb 12 – Hodi’s Half Note – Fort Collins, Colorado Feb 13 – Gothic Theater – Englewood, Colorado Feb 14 – Mad Planet – Milwaukee, Wisconsin Feb 15 – Majestic Theater – Madison, Wisconsin Feb 16 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, Illinois Feb 17 – Grog Shop – Cleveland, Ohio Feb 18 – Wrong Bar…
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Download: Nocando “Hurry Up And Wait” (from Jimmy The Lock out Jan. 26 on Alpha Pup) Low End Theory resident MC Nocando’s single “Hurry Up and Wait” from his debut album Jimmy The Lock, produced by fellow Low End-er Nobody. Elsewhere on this record: Free The Robots, Nosaj Thing, Daedelus, Maestroe (on “Never Lie” also seen on The Patient) and Thavius Beck!
LOW END THEORY THREE-YEAR ANNIVERSARY TONIGHT! (COMPLETE PODCAST SERIES + VINTAGE NAKED PHOTO OF DADDY KEV INSIDE)
October 21st, 2009 · No Comments
photo by dan monick | logo by erik brunetti L.A. RECORD has been lucky enough to watch Low End Theory grow into one of the most exciting and vital music communities in Los Angeles, and some of our favorite interviews (and memories!) come from Low End Theory artists and residents like Flying Lotus, Gaslamp Killer, Nobody, Daedelus, Nosaj Thing, Samiyam, Dibia$e, Thavius Beck, Gangi, Crystal Antlers, the Entrance band and of course Daddy Kev, who holds the distinction of being the first person (but definitely not the last person) to get naked on an L.A. RECORD cover. (Pictured above—issue 21 from volume 1, lovingly assembled on Charlie’s futon.) Tonight’s celebration will be the eleventh Unreleased Beat Invitational, featuring a destroying line-up of Flying Lotus,…
September 23rd, 2009 · 2 Comments
Mary Anne Hobbs does for electronica on her BBC Radio 1 show what John Peel did for everything, and for years now she has been delivering L.A.’s best beatmakers to the world. When she first came to L.A. as a girl, she wore a glitter bikini and drove a motorcycle to Hollywood bars to drink with Megadeth, but tonight she’ll be doing a special DJ set at Low End Theory. This interview by Chris Ziegler.
September 18th, 2009 · 1 Comment
From snot nose to gray hair, baggy to nut tight pants, heels to chucks, backpacks to purses, The Henry Fonda was body to body absorbing sound in the name of a Los Angeles beat freaking by none other than Gaslamp Killer, Daedelus, Flying Lotus, Nosaj Thing, Jogger, Post Feotous, Josh One, Lazy Brown and the only lady on the lineup Tokimonsta, who, according to GLK, had a couple of bangers!