10:00am – 12:00pm
Bianca Lexis – Happy Hour
Bianca Lexis is an LA-based vinyl DJ. She currently holds a residency at Tenants of the Trees in Silverlake every Saturday night and regularly guest DJs around Los Angeles. Growing up listening to both her dad’s new wave records and LA’s old school R&B station Hot92.3, she naturally grew an appreciation for soulful chords, ’80s production and synth sounds. She got her start in radio at KXSC before seriously collecting records and landing an internship at dublab.
On her monthly dublab program, Happy Hour, she shares her favorite feel-good grooves – cheap or expensive, well-known or obscure, as long as it’s rich in soul and moves you physically and emotionally. Expect to hear some boogie, disco, and ’80s funk, but anything goes.
12:00pm – 2:00pm
Andres Renteria – Shining Spirit Sound
Andres Renteria is a percussionist/drummer and DJ from Los Angeles. Since 2004 he’s been recording and touring with a wide range of artists including Jose Gonzalez, Flying Lotus, Nick Waterhouse, Mia Doi Todd, Beachwood Sparks, Father John Misty and many more. He DJs regularly around L.A. and always keeps it fun, inclusive and uplifting!
His monthly dublab show, Shining Spirit Sound reflects his wide range of tastes from 60s-80s soul and R&B, international shakers, rollerskatin’ jams to jazz, meditative music and esoteric sounds!
2:00pm – 4:00pm
Jeremiah Chiu– Some All None
Some All None—formerly Hollergram, is a show hosted by Jeremiah Chiu (with occasional co-host Butchy Fuego). Jeremiah is a musician, graphic designer, and artist that runs the hybrid-creative studio, Some All None. As a musician, Jeremiah has played in Icy Demons, Chandeliers, Axis:Sova, Nedelle Torrisi, (SAME), and currently plays in LA Takedown as well has his own musical projects Cosmic Son, Pair, and under his own name. Jeremiah has also presented visual works at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, the Getty Center, Human Resources LA, Cincinnati Contemporary Art Center, CalArts, and High Desert Test Sites.
Some All None is as eclectic and varied as Jeremiah’s practice. It is focused less on specific genres, and more on overall vibe. Smooth selections of Early Synthesizer Music, Library Music, New Age, Jazz Fusion, High Prog, Electro Boogie, Eccentric Soul, Out Sound, Electric World, Minimalism, Experimental Sound and more all find commonplace here. Some of this, All of this, None of that.
4:00pm – 6:00pm
Hoseh – Version Sounds
“Version Sounds is my interpretation of radio communication, my version. At its roots, the show credits reggae dub for adding so much to the music we listen to today. From there the branches continue to sprout via a myriad of genres and time spans. Colombian cumbias meet Germanic techno dub meets British twee pop. Stereolab and Sun Ra lounge around as Stars of the Lid jam with Prince Jammy. You never know what to expect but you are guaranteed that the now sounds of 2013 will have a toast with the happening sonics of 1968 and beyond!” love, Hoseh
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Low Limit – Thank You
Low Limit’s THANK YOU show focuses primarily on the more left-leaning mutations of house and techno, but as often is the case, there are no set rules at hand here. Expect surprises.
8:00pm – 10:00pm
Echo Park Film Center – Optical Track
Optical Track is a weekly show presented by members of the Echo Park Film Center Co-op, a group of artists who collectively staff EPFC as volunteers for the cinematic revolution. Each week we will bring you a sonic slideshow as we turn off the projector bulbs and turn up the sound. Tuesdays 8 – 10pm pacific time on KFEP.
Find Echo Park Film Center online at echoparkfilmcenter.org.
10:00pm – 11:59pm
Alex Pelly w/ Dahlia – PELLYVISION
PELLYVISION is a monthly collision of sound and vision. Alex Pelly creates live video to accompany sounds from an artist of her choosing. Make sure to check out the livestream on our Facebook page!
January’s guest is another member of the Perpetual Dawn crew, Dahlia. Having rode the techno train from the warehouses of the LA underground to the transcendental streets of Detroit and many places in between, Dahlia continually showcases her acumen and natural skill behind the decks, setting dancefloors into motion at the best underground events across North America. Dahlia has held down residencies at highly acclaimed NYC nightclubs and underground events such as Output, Sublimate and Secret Guests, as well as spending her days as the house and techno buyer at the famed Brooklyn vinyl shop, Halcyon Records. Now back in LA, Dahlia is a resident of Perpetual Dawn and Detroit Underground’s Du-Vhs.
Alex Pelly is a filmmaker and video artist. She blends analog video feedback and processing with modular video synthesis and 2D animation. She is resident visualist for underground techno party, Perpetual Dawn , creates audio-visual experiences with improvisational noise duo, Telecaves , and provides live visuals and installation work for various shows, music nights and art happenings around Los Angeles.