Kinky overpowered the dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum for the May edition of First Fridays. Fans of all ages filed into the museum early to explore the unique exhibits and listened to beats spun by DJ Raul Campos. " /> L.A. Record

KINKY + SALT PETAL @ NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM

May 3rd, 2015 | Photos


Photos and words by David Valera

Mexico’s techno-funk-rock sensation Kinky overpowered the dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum for the May edition of First Fridays. Fans of all ages filed into the museum early to explore the unique exhibits and listened to beats spun by DJ Raul Campos. The North American Mammal Hall roared to life as Gilberto Cerezo and the rest of Kinky stepped onto the stage. Performing a fine selection of songs from their recently recorded session for MTV Unplugged Reina and their self-titled album. Their last song “Más” made the entire crowd cry for more, and by the end of the night, everyone was singing “vamos queriendo más y más!”

Latino-surf-pop band Salt Petal launched the night into a dance frenzy. Armed with an accordion and demon masked dancers, Salt Petal was able to get the party well on it’s way.


Set list:
Ilegal
Una Linea De Luz
Para Poder Llegar
Soy Lo Peor
A Donde Van los Muertos
Hasta Quemarnos
Primer Amor
Ejercicio
Coqueta
Do U Like It
Sister Twisted
Más