10:00am – 12:00pm
Muzette guest hosting – Oh No It's Monday!
Oh No It’s Monday focuses on up and coming music coming from different areas of the world. The show also brings attention on what bands to watch that happen to live in our own backyard in Los Angeles. Sometimes they have special guest musicians whom are on tour and happen to be in town. Monday’s don’t have to be terrible tune in grab a morning drink and discover new music from around the world and from your own backyard.
This episode will feature special guest Muzette taking over the two hour of Oh No It’s Monday!
Muezette is an all vinyl DJ from the Inland Empire based in Los Angeles, she has a residency at Pour Vous every Thursday, Bronson Bar every last Wednesday and every third Friday at Footsies in Highland Park with an all female dj crew, Girls Gone Vinyl. Spinning rock and roll sounds of all sub genres and eras from all over the world with a main focus on women in rock.
12:00pm – 2:00pm
Boo w/guest Kaleidoscopic Sounds – Hey DJ!
Tune in for another appearance of Boo and guests on dublab.com
2:00pm – 4:00pm
1/2 OFF – Event Horizon
1/2 OFF, the objectively terrible artist name for Owen Cole, will be bringing you all kinds of sounds he finds each month ranging from dollar bin records to soundcloud obscurities. Sometimes joined by guests from around the globe or artists he is currently working with. Please join.
4:00pm – 6:00pm
Awesome Tapes From Africa
We are thrilled to have Brian Shimkovitz, the main man behind one of our favorite blogs in this big universe, Awesome Tapes from Africa hosting a monthly radio show on dublab! He blesses ears with all-cassette sessions of rare Afro-rhythm magnetism. Press play and let music from the Mother Continent ripple through you. Catch Awesome Tapes from Africa live on dublab.com every 4th Monday from 4-6pm PST.
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Jake Jenkins – Friendly Futures Radio
Monday evenings, Friendly Futures Radio floats and fills the dublab skies with Los Angeles musical enthusiasm with particular hip-hop diligence, new age headiness and certainly Silky sentimentality. Cornering and covering all of the communities within the community, future roots on full. All in transcribing details within the history. We love the history!
8:00pm – 10:00pm
Aaron Paar w/guest The Plush One – Stomping Grounds
Aaron Paar takes you on a journey through the depths of the Underground Music experience with Music spanning the spectrum of Soul & Beyond.
10:00pm – 11:59pm
Nicolas Bougaïeff – guest mix
Nicolas Bougaïeff is a maverick in today’s musical underground. His productions prove a remarkable synthesis between classical composition and contemporary techno; where delicate textures nestle between his signature brutal, harmonic sound.
A thirst for a deep understanding of musical architecture inspired Bougaïeff to take up musique concrète studies at the Conservatoire in Montreal, before he completed a doctorate on the subject of minimal techno at the University of Huddersfield.
A move to Berlin in 2008 proved a pivotal moment in Bougaïeff’s artistic development. Diving head-first into the city’s hedonistic techno scene, Bougaïeff established a lasting friendship with Richie Hawtin, designing the performance set-up for Hawtin’s Plastikman Live tour. Bougaïeff is also a co-founder of Liine, the company that launched the iPad version of Lemur — an industry-standard tool used famously by Daft Punk and Björk — before launching Skram, a best-selling mobile music app.
Establishing himself as a respected educator and authoritative voice in the industry, Bougaïeff regularly delivers composition masterclasses at universities across Europe and has appeared on expert panels at Mutek, Norberg Festival and Ableton Loop.
Highlights from a formidable body of productions include a stellar collaboration with Max Cooper for Traum Schallplatten, a string of releases on the Cologne-based imprint, Trapez, which included a remix from scene-heavyweight Marc Houle, whilst Bougaïeff’s ‘Pulse Train’ would prove a highlight of Maceo Plex’s Berlin Boiler Room set.
Bougaïeff seems set only to delve deeper and further, recently renewing his long-standing links to his classical roots, making greater use of orchestral elements and live players in his compositions. Paying homage to the past, he’s spearheading the avant-garde.