10:00am – 12:00pm
Carl Stone – Jonathan Gold Tribute
Carl Stone in a two-hour tribute to his friend and eating companion Jonathan Gold. Stone notoriously names all of his tracks after restaurants he likes, and as a Los Angeles native who now lives in Tokyo, more than 60% of his titles are restaurants that Gold had reviewed. During this broadcast, we will hear some of those pieces and remember some of those words. With luck, some special guests will join us too!
12:00pm – 2:00pm
Dauwd – guest session
Photo: Camille Bohobza
“Following releases for Kompakt, Pictures, and Ghostly, Dauwd released his debut album Theory of Colours on Ninja Tune imprint Technicolour in 2017. US-born, Wales-raised, Dauwd Al Hilali is an integral member of Berlin night and Berlin Community Radio where he hosts ‘African Acid Is The Future’. He recently released the follow up to his full length, Theory of Colours – Versions on July 13 via Technicolour”
2:00pm – 4:00pm
Danny Holloway – Heads Up
I spin at clubs, lounges, parties + on radio. From ’97 to ’05, I spent up to twelve hours a day pursuing obscure funk music, traveling to Brasil, Jamaica, Nigeria, Ghana, France, the UK, Mexico and Canada digging for records. I’m from the LBC, but professionally began in London in the ’70s: first as a staff writer on the NME music weekly, followed by a few years at Island Records. I worked with BOB MARLEY, BURNING SPEAR, TOOTS & THE MAYTALS, JIMMY CLIFF and produced the HEPTONES album “Night Food.” I moved back to L.A. after five years in London and went back with Island, eventually lasting 23 years. I produced THE PLIMSOULS, signed SUBLIME, put together 22 soundtrack albums, etc. I recently returned to music journalism and I’m the music supervisor on a Marley feature film, doing consulting work for iTunes and still producing music. I’m also still digging and share the wax by spinning out or creating mixes for DUBLAB.COM.
4:00pm – 6:00pm
Boss Harmony – Punky Reggae Party
David Orlando, AKA Boss Harmony, is a Los Angeles based DJ and Artist. He started spinning records in 1995 after studying at Otis Parsons and has earned a reputation for the breadth and depth of his unique and compelling musical selections. David took the name “Boss Harmony” in 2001 when he joined the Echodelic Sound System, the group responsible for the 12-year-running Roots Reggae night, DUB CLUB. As an avid vinyl collector of many styles of music, Boss Harmony has pushed the limits of party music in Los Angeles. In 2006, he created PUNKY REGGAE PARTY (along with DJ Michael Stock of Part Time Punks), which is now a Los Angeles staple of party madness. A year later, he teamed up with DJ Dina Juntila to create DR. WHO, a night exploding with obscure and psychedelic 60s world music.
Punky Reggae Party features musical selections from the Punk & Post-Punk period between 1977 – 1982 (although the show also features other era’s, sub-genres & Pre-Punk influences), as well as Jamaican music from the Ska, Rock Steady & Roots Reggae era’s, respectively. Reggae music & its recording techniques influenced many of the British Post-Punk bands & it’s recording techniques.
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Navid Izadi Live From Sunset Campout 2018 – Magic Roundabout
“Our brother, our friend, our family. This is the last recorded dj set from Navid Izadi at our beloved Sunset Campout 2018. Closing out the Beach Stage on Friday evening from a day of frolicking in and around the Feather River. Navid matured and defined his musical prowess in our community over many years and it was an honor to have him perform several times here. The first mix to go up is in honor of a man with an open heart that poured love into his music and all the people he connected with. We will miss you, your laughter, and infectious smile dearly. Your music and charisma will live on forever in all of us!”
8:00pm – 10:00pm
Pacific Beach Vinyl – Pacific Beach Playback
Pacific Beach Playback broadcasts live from Pacific Beach Vinyl in San Diego bringing you a mix of recently released and forthcoming tunes, as well as a palate of offerings going back to the 70’s through present day—mostly dance related but not solely.