10:00am – 12:00pm
T-Kay w/guest MPeach (Dutty Artz) – The Archive of Feelings
As an archivist / librarian, T-Kay brings an eye and ear for the historical, unique, and transnational to her musical curation. The Archive of Feelings is a celebration of sounds and struggles of everyday life across linguistic and geographic boundaries gathered through serendipitous findings from around the world.
MPeach is a New York based Venezuelan multidisciplinary artist. Her sound reflects her aesthetic through sonic cross pollination of influences from Latin America, the Caribbean, North America and Europe. High energy dance beats meet low-end bass, and then flirt with rhythms rooted in traditions from her native Venezuela. Her visuals and musical complement each other. She is on the Dutty Artz roster.
12:00pm – 2:00pm
Julian Schoen – Jules' Corner
Kick back at Jules’ Corner, an intersection of moods & musings.
A place to feel music from around the world and alternate dimensions,
Underneath impromptu readings of selected poetry and other works of resonance.
Come Hang Out at Jules’ Corner every first Saturday from noon til 2.
2:00pm – 4:00pm
Benny Shambles – WEIRD STUFF
WEIRD STUFF is playing along the fringes and forbidden zones of music. Taking in Prog, Krautrock and Neue Deutsch Welle masters and misfits, Leftfield Dance, DIY Punk/Post-Punk oddities, New Wave weirdos, Hardcore outcasts, Space explorers, Glam guttersnipes, Cult Soundtracks, and Exploitation of all manner, WEIRD SHIT will put a smile on your face while melting you mind.
4:00pm – 6:00pm
CALLIE w/guest Corbo – 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 edition of Cuts 01 will feature <a href=”https://soundcloud.com/corbomusic”>Corbo</a>:
<div>Corbin Clarke (of Bür Gür repute) has released his first solo project as “Corbo” coming out on New Los Angeles later this month. It’s called <i>Adrift </i>and is characterized by lush beds of synthesizers, glitchy drums, lazy guitars, and a slew of up-and-coming vocal talent including label mate Remy Kay, Genevieve Artadi, and latest Stones Throw addition Sudan Moon.</div>
<div>Stylistically difficult to pin down, the work vacillates between tones as nonchalantly as Clarke drifts through the diverse art world of Los Angeles – perhaps a comment on a feeling of the mutual discord and internal conflict so omnipresent in these hanging times. Yet these tracks belie an acute appreciation of ephemeral beauty colored by a gentle sadness. At once nostalgiac and forward-thiniking, <i>Adrift</i> is a fresh collection of sounds punctuated (with an exclamation mark) by the vocal stylings of an interesting cast of LA’s finest up-and-comer’s.</div>
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Cut Chemist – A Stable Sound
Cut Chemist Presents A Stable Sound.For over 20 years, Cut has toured the globe searching for music. Now the time has come to share that collection to the public every 1st and 3rd Saturday. The show will feature different segments to tackle different genres such as cassette culture new wave and rap demos, deep funk 45s, world beats and even contemporary artists and live guests.“I’ve been missing the ‘party in a box’ feel of mix shows that used to exist 20 and 30 years ago like NYCs Red Alert show or the LA and Bay Area’s Wake Up Show. This is my chance to bring it back and share all the great music and talent I’ve run across over the years.”-Cut Chemist