Posts tagged with ‘natural history museum’

Photoset - Baths + Peaking Lights at Natural History Museum

February 7th, 2014
Photos by Carl Pocket
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Photoset - Youngblood Hawke & Conway at Natural History Museum

Janaury 10th, 2014

Photos by Carl Pocket

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Devo / GZA + The Genius / Fool’s Gold

June 9th, 2013

Natural History Museum

Photos by Matthew Draper

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Natural History Museum 100th Birthday Bash with Devo + GZA/The Genius 6.9.13
Tickets $25.00
Natural History Museum
All Ages
First Fridays with Javelin, Helado Negro, Matthewdavid 5.3.13
Tickets $18.00
Natural History Museum
All Ages


Helado Negro - Dance Ghost from Asthmatic Kitty on Vimeo.

Downtown Lobby: Devo & GZA To Play Natural History Museum →

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This year the Natural History Museum will be celebrating their 100 year anniversary with a huge bash at the museum. They will have new wavers Devo and GZA of Wu-Tang Clan taking the stage and get the party going. A strange pairing but that just makes it better. This little shindig…

Dan Deacon

Japanther

The Natural History Museum

April 5, 2013

Photos by Chris Molina

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Baltimore art-pop party-starter Dan Deacon hung out with some dinosaurs during his show at Natural History Museum Of Los Angeles last week.

under-radar-mag:

Last night, Dan Deacon brought his dance party/live show to The Natural History Museum in Los Angeles, CA. (via Check Out Photos of Dan Deacon at the Los Angeles Natural History Museum | Under The Radar)

under-radar-mag:

Last night, Dan Deacon brought his dance party/live show to The Natural History Museum in Los Angeles, CA. (via Check Out Photos of Dan Deacon at the Los Angeles Natural History Museum | Under The Radar)

Dan Deacon playing at Natural History Museum on Friday, April 5th with Japanther & Kisses (DJ Set)!!
Info via http://bit.ly/15Cx1ST
Tickets available at the door.
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On April 20, Dan Deacon will release a new seven-inch called “Konono Ripoff No. 1.” (via Stream Dan Deacon’s “Konono Ripoff No. 1” | Under The Radar)

Dan Deacon playing at Natural History Museum on Friday, April 5th with Japanther & Kisses (DJ Set)!!

Info via http://bit.ly/15Cx1ST

Tickets available at the door.

under-radar-mag:

On April 20, Dan Deacon will release a new seven-inch called “Konono Ripoff No. 1.” (via Stream Dan Deacon’s “Konono Ripoff No. 1” | Under The Radar)

First Fridays with Dan Deacon, Japanther, Kisses (DJ Set) 4.5.13
Tickets $18.00 (Available at the door)
Natural History Museum
All Ages

First Fridays with Dan Deacon, Japanther, Kisses (DJ Set) 4.5.13

Tickets $18.00 (Available at the door)

Natural History Museum

All Ages

Playing at The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles for First Fridays on April 5th along with Japanther & Kisses (DJ set)!
Tickets available now via http://bit.ly/Z4sSF4
under-radar-mag:

Currently touring North America with Animal Collective, electronic savant Dan Deacon has announced that he will release a lmited 7” of his single “Konono Ripoff No. 1.”

Playing at The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles for First Fridays on April 5th along with Japanther & Kisses (DJ set)!

Tickets available now via http://bit.ly/Z4sSF4

under-radar-mag:

Currently touring North America with Animal Collective, electronic savant Dan Deacon has announced that he will release a lmited 7” of his single “Konono Ripoff No. 1.”

Spaceland Presents First Fridays with The Gaslamp Killer, Adventure Time, DJ Sodapop, Inka One with violinist Paul Dateh 2.1.13
Tickets $18.00
Natural History Museum Los Angeles
All Ages

Lord Huron

Wildcat! Wildcat!

DJ Justin Gage (Aquarium Drunkard)

The Natural History Museum

January 4, 2013

Photos by Matthew Draper

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FOMO #7. DJ SONGODSUNS (DJ Nobody + 2Mex). AT THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM. 3.30.12

WHAT THEY SOUND LIKE: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/files/do-that-trick.mp3

WHY YOU SHOULDN’T MISS OUT:

Good luck trying to label DJ Nobody. There was his first incarnation around the turn of the millennium when he produced moody, murky beats for Freestyle Fellowship, Abstract Rude and the helter-skelter rhymers that revolved around the Project Blowed world.

He flipped styles on 2003’s “Pacific Drift,” enlisting Chris Gunst of Beachwood Sparks, Paul Larson and Jimmy Tamborello of Dntel to croon over his electronic-glossed beats. Later, he and Gunst formed the psychedelic-skewing Mystic Chords of Memory, which segued nicely into the disorienting lysergic bliss of Blank Blue, who have a full-length slated for release early next year.

Last year, Nobody dropped the all-auto-tuned singer/songwriter confessional, “One for All Without Hesitation” — to say nothing of the beats he’s made for Nocando or his weekly stint as one of the four resident DJs at the Low End Theory, where he also puts in heavy work co-booking the club’s ever compelling slate.

But in 1998, the first record he ever released was with 2Mex, the erstwhile member of the Visionaries who has spent the last decade and a half entrenched as one of Los Angeles’ most celebrated cult rappers. Currently signed to Sage Francis’ Strange Famous Records, 2Mex puts Lil Wayne’s prolificacy to shame, dropping 35 records in the last dozen years alone. Along the way, he’s cut a reputation as the right kind of underground rapper: uncompromised, raw and fiercely original.

Though they’ve frequently collaborated, Nobody and 2Mex had never cut a full-length record until now. Slated for release on Nobody’s own Nobody’s Home imprint (distributed by Alpha Pup), “Fallin’ Angels” finds the duo getting weird and turning pro.

First single, “Do That Trick,” finds them channeling the Cure, “getting high in the park in Highland Park,” creating anti-“American Idol” art, meeting South Central sailorettes, and inventing new ways to pay the rent. Nobody creates a scuzzy minimalist banger that allows 2Mex an ideal canvas to “crank call Russell Simmons from Brussels.” - LATIMES

TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM TONIGHT. PLUS MATTHEW DEAR IS PLAYING! DON’T MISS OUT.