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The Do LaB presents the Monsters of Bass tour

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Where: El Rey Theatre (5515 Wilshire Avenue, Los Angeles, CA)

Minimum Age: All Ages

Type: Indoor - Club

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Promoters: The Do LaB

Genres: BreaksDrum and BassDubstepGlitchHip Hop

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When the Monsters of Bass tour comes to Los Angeles, there's only one crew that can bring together all the bass-heads and sub-freaks for a night of over-the-top music, art and dancing, and that's The Do LaB. FreQ Nasty, MartyParty, Opiuo and GoldRush will be blessing the sound system all night long! Along with live art and several hundred of LA's wildest beat addicts dancing the night away, this will be a night not to miss.



Presale Tickets: http://beticketing.com/mob

Music and Info: http://thedolab.com/blog/2011/01/14/artist-preview-the-monsters-of-bass/





- - THE ENTERTAINMENT - -



* FREQ NASTY *



Born in Fiji, raised in New Zealand and formed musically in the dance music revolution of London in the 90’s, FreQ Nasty now splits his time between Los Angeles and London. His music strives to bridge the gaps between the most current sounds in bass culture. FreQ rumbles with underground thunder in a staggering showcase of some of the rawest bass led beats around.



* MARTYPARTY *



Born and raised in South Africa, MartyParty found his way to San Francisco 15 years ago as a software programmer. After discovering the music of the west coast and wanting to “Africanize” it, Marty began to learn the art of music production. Song writing has always been Marty’s passion instead of the typical beat style dj production. The music is a hybrid of electronic music and hip hop that together forms a totally new flavor of urban beat with the pretty hypnotic elements of electronic music and hard-hitting bass.



* OPIUO *



Opiuo is a producer / electronic musician based in Melbourne, Australia. His unique blend of highly original, extremely funky, futuristic, hoppo hop, and glitchy beats has quickly built him a strong international reputation.



* GOLDRUSH *



GoldRush, absorbed in the current resonant energies and profound experience of dancing to/through/within/above/beyond bass heavy music, is on a humble quest to create and deliver music that inspires Romanticism through Dubstep influenced composition.





- - Lightning in a Paintcan Featured Artists - -



* Miguel Angel Iñiguez Farias *



Miguel Angel Iñiguez Farias is a sketcher, painter, sculptor, and performance artist hailing from Tijuana, Mexico. Along with almost a dozen solo exhibits, he is also a professor of graphics and etching at UIA in Tijuana.



* Aly Timbuctustate Kourouma *



* LIBRE *



In his own words: I’m an artist from Tijuana México currently living in México city, and my work is influenced by a socialist ideal, painting murals and canvas with social themes and people that most of society would want to ignore. I would consider my contents an inclination towards bringing our inner humbleness and sensibility.





- - This show is presented by The Do LaB - -



The Do LaB is a Los Angeles based company specializing in interactive environments, event production and creative lighting design all in service of its highest mission: creating experience as art form. Taking an organic approach to everything they design and create, the Do LaB team strives to bring their visions to life with natural materials, found objects and sustainable resources.



Whether producing an event or music festival or building an installation for touring around the world, the Do LaB is committed to the highest levels of art, production, and aesthetic to always challenge people’s preconceived notions of reality and what is possible.



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- - THE DETAILS - -



This event is ALL AGES



Date & Time:

Saturday February 26th - 9pm-2am



Venue:

El Rey Theater

5515 Wilshire Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90036



Tickets are on sale for $20



Presale Tickets: http://beticketing.com/mob

Music and Info: http://thedolab.com/blog/2011/01/14/artist-preview-the-monsters-of-bass/