12:00pm – 2:00pm
LOVE.ART.LIFE.SOUNDS Mission Statement:
“The medicine of the future will be music and sound.” – Edgar Cayce
We all have the ability to be a creator!
This show is to inspire and empower those to find their inner mastery and to share and create awareness of Sacred Sounds, Health, and Well being.
This show will feature a collaboration of guests that stem from musicians, artists, healers, yogis, vibrational light workers that will be asked to share their meditative vibes.
They will be asked to share through selective music they choose, guided meditation, and information.
Hosted by Grace Oh, a Los Angeles native, Artist and Sound Healer. For more information you can go to: www.loveartlifesounds.com
2:00pm – 4:00pm
Abhi Meer – guest DJ Set
Abhi Meer, from the island city of Mumbai, is a touring DJ and one of India’s most discerning music journalists and critics. Alongside documenting the growth of alternative music in India, he’s toured both locally and internationally, playing alongside artists as diverse as Kenny “Dope” Gonzalez, Call Super, Paula Temple and Oskar Offermann. Abhi is also a professional researcher of music technology and a collector of records who opines about music for national daily The Hindu and does the same (more acerbically) at his own blog nohero.in. His other obsessions include modular synthesizers, Neo-Expressionism, Carl Jung and Larry David.
This will be his second time at dublab showcasing a range of music from the Indian subcontinent.
4:00pm – 6:00pm
CALLIE w/guest Peter Holslin – CUTS 01
CUTS 01 / a melting pot of dark wave electronic, footwork, bounce, hip hop, jazz and textured instrumentals all linked together by a cacophony of samples which have been cut, chopped, and screwed from vinyls excavated from the depths of dollar bins around Los Angeles and beyond.
This episode of Cuts 01, will feature special guest, Peter Holslin!
Peter Holslin is a journalist and music critic from Southern California. From 2010-2013 he was the music editor of San Diego CityBeat and more recently he’s written for Rolling Stone, SPIN, VICE, LA Weekly, The FADER, Red Bull Music Academy and many more places. He’s interested in the overlap between music and society, dance music, weird music and drum machines.
In September 2016, Peter moved to Cairo, Egypt, where he’s been studying Arabic and learning the ins and outs of the country’s sound art/experimental techno scene, explorations of the oud, as well as the famous “mahraganat” street music. In the fall Peter will begin studies at the American University in Cairo to pursue a master’s degree in Middle East Studies.
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Nina Tarr – guest DJ Set