5/26/17 Broadcasts

  • 2:00pm – 4:00pm Zebulon FMR – Radio Zebulon

    A music venue is usually all about reception, providing a physical place where audiences can come to receive musical transmissions from around the world. On this show, we’ll flip the switch and broadcast the sounds of Zebulon back to the world. We’ll be sharing recordings gathered over the ten years of our original incarnation in Brooklyn, alongside recent releases from musical friends and favorite works by inspirational artists – to be followed in the near future by weekly broadcasts from Zebulon’s new Los Angeles location.

    Zebulon, a new center for artistic and cultural exchange, will be opening soon in Elysian Valley. Starting in early 2017, we hope you will join us at 2478 Fletcher Drive for community, food, drinks, music, film, theater and dancing. Until then, please listen in every Sunday to hear some of what’s in store…

  • 4:00pm – 6:00pm ALLISANDNOT Special Broadcast

    Wc0016 & Abono of Berlin label ALLISANDNOT join dublab for a special broadcast following their LA debut at Joy Tactics on April 28. Tune in Sunday April 30 from 4 to 6 p.m. PST.

  • 9:00pm – 11:59pm DUBLAB Presents: INGA, SheKhan, and Electric Sound Bath at Zebulon

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    visuals by ANNAPURNA KUMAR

    INGA is the project of Los Angeles musician Sam Gendel, a singer, guitarist, saxophonist, and composer whose “trance folk” is a reflection of his own fiercly independent, free-flowing world view. INGA’s adventurous, immensely free performances are not to be missed. Check out INGA’s latest release on Terrible Records, “Infinity.”


    SheKhan is the duo of Kelly Coats and Kathleen Kim. The project draws upon their years of collaborative experimental composition and improvisation to create beat driven interlocking harmonies of flute, violin, vocals, mandocaster, synth, effects and more. Experience last year’s adventurous release “SheKhan.”


    Electric Sound Bath is Brian Griffith and Ang Wilson. Their music is performed with singing bowls, bass guitar, a few pedals, some crystals and Palo Santo. They view their act of creating music as a meditation itself and perhaps it will be helpful in your own practice. Together they aim to bridge the gap between acoustic sound baths and amplified drones. Check out the duo’s blissful, meditative tape “Moon Drip.”


    Annapurna Kumar is an internationally-shown animator and filmmaker currently based in Southern California. She is a 2017 MFA candidate at California Institute of the Arts. She has been creating and performing live visuals for musicians since 2009.