If you’ve been to a Rhonda party in LA, you know what you’re in for. For those unaware, you’re in for a night of huge tunes & polysexual hijinks.
“Rhonda pulls out all the stops for its bashes at Union—their last party at the Mid-City club saw DJ Harvey DJing a packed main room in a gimp outfit. Their Valentine’s Day ‘Lovers’ Ball’ features Project Pablo, Tom Trago, and Kindness, and it’s safe to say Cupid would be pleased with a bill featuring DJ Deeon.”
Hosted at the multiroom/multilevel Union club on Pico, there will be tons of space to explore. Grab some pals, leave your inhibitions at home, and grab a ticket to one of the hottest shows in Los Angeles.
All Day I Dream, Lee Burridge‘s world-renowned label and event brand, will be touching down in Los Angeles on New Year’s Day to kick off 2017 with yet another vibe-driven revelrous affair, which has become tradition after four years of the holiday event in the west coast music haven. With a new outdoor venue, Chinatown’s Gin Ling Way, and a signature lineup, featuring Russian favorites, Gorje Hewek&Izhevski, New York’s Hoj, and the masterful artist and impresario himself, Lee Burridge, the event is set to be an intentional and inspiring experience that is a must for dance music lovers looking to rejuvenate their mind, body, and soul for the next 365 days. It seems that many of us are on the same page as pre-sales have already sold-out, but there will be a limited amount of tickets sold at the door.
AM Only presents its’ second annual fundraising event A Positive Spin, hosted at The Roxy in Los Angeles on Saturday, December 18. 100% of the party’s proceeds will be donated to Inner City Arts, an arts education provider in the heart of Skid Row that offers hands-on instruction in visual, performing, and media arts. Tons of GottaDanceDirty pals will be performing, so make sure to make it out to this one for some grooves for a good cause!
“I’m really excited to work with A Positive Spin again. Last time I got to see first hand the huge interest kids have in music and how little amount of resources they have to learn about it. LA Food Bank and Toys for Tots are important charities especially this time of year, so it’s great to be able to help them get what they need.” – AC Slater
Riding high off their mighty BBQ tour, the infamous Dirtybird clan has set their dials for full speed towards the 2nd annual Dirtybird Campout this weekend. The 3-day excursion secluded in southern California features summer-camp games and activities (you’re literally assigned a Dirtybird camp counselor), a comedy stage, after hours, endless BBQ, refreshments, and of course friends and familiar DJs from around the world.
One of the best things about the campout is the the musically-educated crowd it attracts. As a festival celebrating the Dirtybird sound, fans flock from all over with a positive easy-going candor that reflects the music that will carry all weekend long. Needless to say, vibes will be 10/10.
The Dirtybird campout has just officially SOLD OUT, but tickets may still be available if you know how to keep your ear to the ground. To get you ready for the madness, rinse through a selection of live sets from last years campout below!
Symbiosis Gathering has become an essential part of the global festival scene, and it’s continuing to influence society with its widespread offerings. Music and art are at the forefront of the “Symbi” experience, and with a venue like the Woodward Reservoir, those elements are given a gorgeous and unique water-filled backdrop. Much like every year, this year’s gathering captivated the masses and gave attendees plenty to brag about, from the surreal art installations to ripping sets from the Desert Hearts crew, Seth Troxler, RL Grime, and more. If you didn’t have a chance to make it out this year, be sure to check out this photo recap and get hyped for next year’s special total solar eclipse gathering in Oregon that is most certainly a must-attend, week-long festival.
The never ending search for what to do on a Friday night in Los Angeles has reached a head this weekend with Outspoken and Dig Deeper’s happenings at Couture this Friday. The German House aficionados, Session Victim, are bringing their live chops to Hollywood for what is sure to be an immersive evening of good vibes and better music. With Dig Deeper’s Masha and Alison Swing on support duties, expect a well curated set list and a dance floor that’s been dialed in. It’s not too late to get tickets, and if you need more convincing check out Session Victim’s Boiler Room set below!
It’s almost time for Billboard’s second annual Hot 100 Festival! This weekend, New York’s Jones Beach Theater will be welcoming everyone from Calvin Harris to Ariana Grande, and Fetty Wap to Sleigh Bells, while also featuring other chart topping and emerging artist like Party Thieves and Billboard Dance’s own Matt Medved. Last year, the inaugural festival shattered attendance records for Jones Beach Theater by attracting over 40,000 fans, so they are expecting another stand-out showing for some of music’s most in-demand artists of today.
In preparation for the Hot 100 Festival, Billboard has released the full set times and map for the venue. Check it out below and pick up your tickets here.
It’s going to be a big one for Avalon tomorrow night! LA’s favorite avant-garde performance collective, Lucent Dossier Experience, is taking over the Hollywood hot spot, alongside an all-star lineup of underground house acts such as Rob Garza (of Thievery Corporation), Psychemagik, and Desert Hearts’ Tara Brooks. Lucent Dossier has graced stages far and wide, but some of their most notable performances have been at Coachella and Lightning in a Bottle, where fans witnessed their unique blend of dancing, acrobatics, and fire with live downtempo electronica. With their spectacle of a show and excellent support acts to match, tomorrow night will bring diverse musical programming that is uncommon in LA nightlife, so be sure to experience it for yourself. Buy tickets here.
I’m not sure how I missed the official announcement of this, but damn this looks rad. All vinyl, cross-country tour — sounds like a blast. I’m definitely going to be catching this show when it hits LA on the 6th, so don’t miss it when it comes to your city. Big stuff from Richard Vission and Bad Boy Bill.
“The first-of-its kind tour breaks down the digital boundaries that have become so characteristic of the modern electronic music landscape and goes back to house music’s roots. The house music dream team is joining forces to press pause on all sync buttons and instead play all music on vinyl, including new music with their special edits as well as some retro classics to pay homage to the vintage art form.”
When I first saw this lineup drop on Facebook, I was pretty shocked. LA’s Lot 613 and associated shows are known for bringing the heat, but never have they done it on this level. Three of the underground electronic music kings in Dixon, KiNK and Danny Daze headline one of the best bills to grace LA in some time. Along with that onslaught are relative newcomers Weval, whose self-titled album is hands down one of the best of 2016. Resident trio Droog and Jeniluv round it out. I have no more words in me;