2:00pm – 4:00pm
Victoria O' Hanlon – Monthly dublab Show
Victoria O’Hanlon brings you a monthly radio show sharing a mind-bending selection of music. Here is the second episode of her new program that you can stream and download now!
2:00pm – 4:00pm
Thomas Klepper – Library of Sounds Past Present and Future Directions
Thomas is part founder and resident of Music For Dancers, a Los Angeles staple in the underground dance community. His other projects include, but are not limited to, Open Spaces (live electronic music for listening), Association of Masks (cassette/vinyl label with limited releases), New Age Heroes (a blog of interviews that expose local unknown electronic music talent), Music by Romeo, Rinpoche Boys.
12:00pm – 2:00pm
Chris Ziegler – One Reporter's Opinion
One Reporter’s Opinion—named after Chris Ziegler’s L.A. RECORD review column—is part lesson in lost history and part celebration of the new and the now in the city of Los Angeles, California, where everything happened at least once and anything could happen tomorrow. From demos to dead stock to new releases and the never-released—all genres and generations of musicians from the greater L.A. area are welcome.
Chris Ziegler is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of L.A. RECORD, Los Angeles’ only dedicated music magazine. L.A. RECORD was founded in 2005 on Ziegler’s bedroom floor and has grown into a colossal bimonthly print magazine dedicated to documenting music—in any form—across the greater Los Angeles area. Each issue is a smash-cut collection of famously in-depth interviews with music-makers of all kinds—from Kendrick Lamar to Cherry Glazerr, or Flying Lotus to Foxygen to Les McCann—put together by a team of local writers, illustrators and photographers, with guest contributors like Ty Segall, Kutmah, Tim Presley of White Fence and Nick Waterhouse. Ziegler is also a contributor to MOJO magazine and the local OC and LA Weeklys, as well as a resident DJ at the Ace Hotel’s The Times of L.A. every Friday with dublab’s Frosty and more.
12:00am – 2:00am
Santiago Salazar w/guest Metropol – SANTUARIO
“Santuario is your sanctuary for deep electronic beats ranging from house music, electro and techno music. Santuario will feature music from underground labels throughout the world ”
Charlie Perez-Tlatenchi AKA Metropol is a Producer and Visual Artist born and raised in New York City. Relentlessly producing music and visual work under various projects, he runs with a work ethic he inherited through his immigrant upbringing. He releases material by himself and close friends through his Pastel Voids imprint: an ongoing project based around the idea that creation ultimately works as a coping mechanism in an increasingly post-regional world.
9:00am – 10:00am
Mattson 2 – Monthly Residency
The Mattson 2 are a drum and guitar based jazz duo from Southern California. They have toured in 14 countries and have released and appeared on 12 albums. In March 2017, their collaborative record with Toro y Moi, Star Stuff, reached #1 in “Contemporary Jazz” BILLBOARD charts. Mattson 2’s music has been reviewed in GQ, Pitchfork, and NPR.
10:00am – 12:00pm
Daddy Differently & Dirty Dave – Things of Life
It’s the simple things isn’t it? The little things of life. Good food, sunshine, no traffic, dark coffee, 72˚ breeze, telephone off the hook and music every Friday morning a la Daddy Differently & Dirty Dave.
12:00pm – 2:00pm
Slayron – Analogue Players Club
Slayron digs deep in to the abyss of tones, drones, dubs, clubs, riddims and rhythms, smooth grooves and deep moves. Sometimes friends joins sometimes He flys the BassShip solo…
2:00pm – 4:00pm
Secret Circuit – Cosmic Neighborhood
An avid record collector for many years, the “Cosmic Neighborhood” will focus on new finds, old classics, and self made experiments in genres ranging from electronic, krautrock, psych, disco, house, dub, world, soul, punk, noise, lite jazz and and spiritual musics all blended into one brain melding coincidence. Even the occasional live performance can occur without warning! – Secret Circuit
4:00pm – 6:00pm
P Relief – Kinda
P Relief started as a joke and will always be slightly impish. The same lightheartedness can be heard throughout the music played on Kinda. If you know then you know!
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Jeffery Plansker – Jazz Advance
Starting from the crosshairs of 60’s hard bop, Jazz Advance moves through time and location covering off everything from contemporary Northern European Avant Guard to Brazilian Bossa Nova, Rare Groove and Cake Walks of the early 1900’s. This program draws from personal record collecting to in studio performances of local and international players. Each show finds a unique look at this ever evolving and always influential form called Jazz.
Jeffery Plansker is a commercial film director and native of Detroit. He runs the “occasional” online radio station pocketradio.org and the concept store thebloke.com. Additionally he maintains a record & DVD label called geodesic.com where the project “Beneath Detroit” is currently under way.
8:00pm – 10:00pm
45 Live Radio Show
100% 45rpm 7″ singles, covering many and any genres of music. Hosted by Greg Belson and featuring guest mixes each and every show from members of the 45 Live international DJ team. Expect heavy soul, deep funk, breakbeats, gospel, leftfield, electronica, psyche, rock, acid, pop, and, well, anything you can think of, as long as it’s on a 45!
10:00pm – 11:59pm
Daniel Troberg – Transition
Daniel Troberg lives and breathes electronic music. Started dabbling with home computers in the 80s and discovering DJing, music production started soon there after. Being charted by such luminaries as Cari Lekebusch, DJ Rok, Laurent Garnier, Josh Wink, Richie Hawtin and a slew of others, Daniels production has also taken him DJing alongside people like John Tejada, Dan Bell, Claude Young, Juan Atkins, Arthur Baker to name a few. Daniel has been involved in electronic music instrument manufacturer Elektron Music Machines since 1999 and today he runs the US division of Elektron in Los Angeles, CA.