LA: SCORED Presents ‘A Trip Beyond the Moon’ – Dec 12

 

Man, the folks in LA really got it good with this series. Hopefully you caught the last one in August, because we’re totally jealous here in NYC.

Once again, Mark de Clive-Lowe, Miguel Atwood Ferguson, and Dexter Story have come together to present their most recent SCORED installment called A Trip Beyond the Moon.

On Monday December 12th, the three comrades will be paying tribute to the “cinematic genius” of Georges Méliès. Always thorough, the guys will be making sure to cover everywhere from his earliest pieces to more recent work driven by Méliès’ groundbreaking innovations in special effects.

Per usual, Mark, Miguel, and Dexter will be bringing the aural treats with VJ Synesthete on the visual mix. Stimulation for days.

Two unique sets will take place through the course of the night: one at 8PM and one at 9.30PM – all for one admission price!

Event Details
SCORED Presents ‘A Trip Beyond the Moon’
Monday, December 12th
Doors 8pm
8PM & 9.30PM (two unique sets)
$10 (covers both sets)

The Blue Whale
123 Astronaut E S Onizuka, In Weller Court, 3rd Floor, Little Tokyo
Los Angeles, CA

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VJ Synesthete on Twitter | Official Site

LA & SF: Erykah Badu In Concert ft. The Cannabinoids – Dec 8 & 9 + Ticket Giveaway

 

We are pleased to help present the illustrious Erykah Badu’s upcoming mini tour, The Science of Addiction Tour 2011AD. To celebrate, we will be giving away tickets to her Los Angeles and San Francisco shows, occurring on December 8th and December 9th, respectively. Find event details as well as information on how to enter our contests below!

LA Details
Erykah Badu Featuring The Cannabinoids – Los Angeles
Thursday, December 8th, 2011
7 PM

The Wiltern
3790 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA

Tickets: $49.50-$75.00
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SF Details
Erykah Badu Featuring The Cannabinoids – San Francisco
Friday, December 9th, 2011
Showtime: 9:00 PM
Doors open: 8:00 PM

The Warfield Theatre
982 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

Ticket Prices: $49.50-$62.50
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Win tickets to the San Francisco show on Facebook

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LA: ’3 Kings’ @ Subliminal Projects – Sep 17

 

Tomorrow at Subliminal Projects in LA, Fab 5 Freddy, Futura 2000 and Lee Quinones will be hosting the opening for their 3 Kings exhibit. Shepard Fairey will be DJing. Fancy.

These guys have made history with their rise from NYC subway tunnels to international acclaim, recently being featured in MOCA’s Arts In The Streets exhibition. Prepare yourself for some incredible visual art to be unveiled exclusively at this exhibition along with some classic favorites by these artists.

Event Details
Opening Reception
Saturday, September 17th
8-11pm

Exhibition
September 17th – October 8th

Subliminal Projects
1331 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA

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Yael Naim – New Album + Live Shows in NY (5/9) and LA (5/16)

Thanks to the runaway success of her international hit “New Soul,” Yael Naim’s self-titled 2007 release propelled this French-Israeli singer-songwriter on a yearlong promotional trek around the globe. Naim’s stunning new album, She Was a Boy (which has already surpassed Gold status in France), collects 13 luminous folk-pop gems, each recorded at the singer’s apartment-turned-workshop. Upbeat tunes like “Come Home,” “Stupid Goal” and “Go to the River” will instantly appeal to fans of “New Soul,” though She Was a Boy presents a serious expansion of Naim’s sound as well.

Check out her upcoming appearances in NY and LA – She’ll be at Le Poisson Rouge on May 9 in NY, and she’ll be at Hotel Cafe on May 16th in LA.

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Record Store Day – Tomorrow, 4/16

This is your final reminder: tomorrow is International Record Store Day. Fabricated to boost sales of independent record shops four years ago, this crate-digger’s holiday is becoming larger than life. There are so many exclusive Record Store Day releases that it’s hard to keep track – especially on vinyl, which is particularly sacred on Record Store Day. All that matters is that tomorrow, April 16th, you show your support at your local record store (Bring Money!) And gather ’round turntables and share stories, the way old people used to do.

Billboard Mag – 20 Best Record Store Day Exclusives
Dummy Mag
-What We Can Take From Record Store Day…
Fader
- 8 Albums to Dig For on Record Store Day
NY Daily News
– More Than 1500 Indie Record Shops from New York to London
Prefix – Release Guide
Pitchfork
- 3D TV Launch
LA Record – LA Record Store Guide
Gothamist (NY) – Where to Go on Record Store Day
Stereogum – 11 Most Interesting Releases on Record Store Day
Complex Mag - Fat Beats and Wax Poetics Pop-up Shop