Monday, December 29, 2008

New Madison Grey Is On The Way


Myself and the rider at dawn (lawrence) are in the lab again.  We are working on the new Madison Grey Ep entitled "Booty Tube."  The inspiration for the Ep is all of the booty shaking videos on Youtube.

If you find any youtube videos in which there is talking about Booties or a related subject please send it over and maybe you will hear it in a up coming Madison Grey song.  Booty shaking videos without talking are welcome too, for entertainment purposes.


Lets make it clap,
-Sahy Uhns

Not Gristly enough? Build your own!

Check out this site to read some info about the gristleizer. Basically a DIY sweet little effects box that was published in a magazine back in the 70s. Apparantley they sound different hooked up to different things, the only youtubage I could find was a guitar which is below. Also if you go to the site with the schematics, theres ALOT of other schematics to build your own awesomeness.

Monday, December 22, 2008

Drexcia, DJ Stingray and The Hermit (The Hero)

Ok so I am playing a show in two weeks time with a one DJ Stingray 313...Now I had never heard of him before but according to some friends of mine who are flying him down and hosting the show, this guy is a hero to many and somehow related to Drexcia, whom, I must confess, I know very little about as well. What I did know, was that when a few of my friends mention Drexcia, they get real quiet and serious, as if they are uttering the actual name of God himself. So sure enough, I was surfing the web tonight and stumbled upon a very rare interview with James Stinson, one of the two dudes behind Drexcia. As it turns out, James died at the young age of 32 in the year 2002, and since then, the other member has remained completely anonymous. Listening to this interview and the little snippets of music they overdubbed, I began to understand why my friends cherished this group's music.

Ill tell you what really struck me though, is that this guy embodied the hermetic life of the musician who is shrouded in mystery. His career and life ended just when myspace and facebook were really taking off, so he was one of the last truly mysterious electronic musicians in the sense that there were only a handful of interviews, and that there was no public image whatsoever involved. James also talks about how he is 100 per cent dedicated to his craft, despite that fact that most people, including friends and family, didn't support him. He describes going into his cave, isolating himself, and focusing on the concepts behind the music rather than going out into the world for inspiration, or for that matter, the club. In fact, he says he doesnt even listen to other music during these "cave" periods.

Well, I can relate to much of this...and i found this interview solidifies things I already have learned from people like Joseph Campbell and James Joyce, who both describe the artist's quest as a Hero's Journey, to the land of darkness and then back again. So...what do you think about the hermetic life of a musician? Do you embody hermeticism yourself? What are the sacrifices you've made? The difficulties? And how do you shut off the "world," in a time when a tool like the internet can give you virtual access so easily to it?

Wednesday, December 10, 2008


The wait is over, you can now preview (and BUY!) a track off of our upcoming Black Compilation, "Your Only Man" by Neon Black, Travis Stewart AKA MachineDrum's new project. Check it out and leave us some comments and give him some love on his myspace here.

Turn your shirt into a wearable piano....or turn your toy piano into a wearable shirt.

Check out this instructable on how to combine the powers of shirt and toy piano.

Saturday, December 6, 2008

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

You know you want to mash-up

wiimote + thimble hack wins!


JC/DC Lego Fashion Show.

Jean-Charles de Castelbajac's new lego fashion show!

Monday, December 1, 2008

this is the best thing ever.

Apparently, it's a David Lynch short called "The Cowboy and The Frenchmen, or The French, as seen by David Lynch."

Hot Chip in the Studio...

from XLR8R

Sunday, November 30, 2008

Thursday, November 20, 2008

FM3 buddha machine 2

All things must come in twos...the creators of the buddha machine are back with version 2. this time with nine new samples and a new wheel for pitch variation. Sweet!

Get it at Forced Exposure (I shopped with them before, they are reputable).

[fm3 site]

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Some great free max/MSP stuff:

I was researching Elastic~, the msp external which costs GBP20 and uses the same pitch and time algorithm as Ableton Live, Cubase, etc...


I found some awesome stuff, including a similar external AND a max/msp clone of an MPC 2000...


I miss this shit:

New MachineDrum

Johnny Cash - “Belshazzar” (Machine Drum Remix)

Praveen & Benoit - “Embers” (Machinedrum Version)


Monday, November 17, 2008


from an earlier post!:

Tuesday November 18th! we are kicking off the Five to Nine Series at RedCat!
Come join us for an early evening of music, interactive multi-touch tables and perhaps if the mood strikes....Twister!
And we have made La Cita the official place to go hang out before and after the show, if you haven't been La Cita it's great and it's walking distance from RedCat.



Thursday, November 13, 2008

Hard Drive Disc Jockey

someone hacked a hard drive to make it a rotary device for audio mixing.


Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Daedelus at 5 to 9 at RedCat.... Free!

Tuesday November 18th! we are kicking off the Five to Nine Series at RedCat!
Come join us for an early evening of music, interactive multi-touch tables and perhaps if the mood strikes....Twister!
And we have made La Cita the official place to go hang out before and after the show, if you haven't been La Cita it's great and it's walking distance from RedCat.

Here are some links:

Brick Table
Owen Vallis
Sahy Uhns
La Cita

12 Part Audio recording on the history of electronic music (up to 1970)

From "Tone Generation is a twelve-part audio documentary on the global history of electronic music until the 1970s."

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Sometimes it befuddles me

Oh facebook, how dumb your people are.

Friday, October 31, 2008

Happy Halloween - Free Compilation

Fathme and Cockrock Disco have teamed up and released this compilation of original tracks utilizing samples from 80's horror flicks! It comes with a folder showing what movie each artist picked. Anyone ever see the one I remixed? Blast this at your party tonight! Go forth and destroy!

Download here

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

littleBits - an open source library for lego-like electronic components

littleBits intro from ayah bdeir on Vimeo.

other videos: link, link


Flaming Lips Kaossilator Guitar Hero Style controller

Wayne Coyne shows off his new toy, a double neck guitar, with a guitar hero neck modded into a Kaossilator. Looks like fun. Maybe should have been featured in the new xlr8r technology issue.

walkie talkie feedback music

LA Fashion Week - Winter '08

Jared Gold @ Union Station, Downtown Los Angeles

It's remarkable really, that one could actually commandeer the use of the only major train station I know of in Los Angeles for a fashion show. I guess if you find yourself thirty-plus sponsors - including AMTRAK (there's the clincher) - then anything is possible. Suffice to say that the clothes were brightly colored and wildly eclectic - think Sofia Coppola's 'Marie Antoinette' on acid, on a ship lost in the Bermuda Triangle. Seriously. While you're trying to picture that, people are actually buying the clothes (bargain-basement-style) to one side of the catwalk. My wife is thinking to herself, "So this is how it's done in LA....interesting." For a more precise and thorough account of the show, you should contact Michael Duarte and Matthew Mishory from Iconoclastic Management - two ambitious guys that I understand to be responsible for this little shin-dig.

Ur Not In Fashion @ Box Eight, Further Downtown LA

From Union Station we headed south to one of BOXeight's Studios - a great spot run by Peter Eaton Gurnz, hiding in a sort of industrial wasteland hear the 10 freeway. We were impressed by the turnout at such a late-starting show - I don't think it started until about midnight. Ur Not In Fashion Clothing was solid, upscale-casual LA attire - think acid-wash denim, silk-screened t-shirts...etc One had to wonder though, why they played music on the stereo of a lowrider that found its way into the studio. Sure, it looked cool, but it sounded like ass. 
DISCLAIMER: beware the gimmick - if you don't think these things through, they just might do you a disservice. All in all, I'd say it was a successful night for all involved - the lime energy drinks and vodka made sure it ran late.

Dragons Of Zynth

I did a brief stint as an intern at One Little Indian Records in New York, back in 2006. Whilst abusing the hell out of the CMJ passes that I had scored for my wife and I, we bumped into Jaleel Bunton of TVOTR outside Arlene's Grocery on the Lower East Side. My wife having been formerly acquainted with the drummer, introduced me. I inquired as to whether he knew of any unsigned talent worth checking out. He replied that TVOTR had taken a band under their wing not so long ago, and that I should contact them and go see them play. This band was none other than the Dragons Of Zynth. I went to see them play at a bar in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Nothing came of my position at One Little Indian, except the seeds of a good friendship with the brothers (Aku and Akwetey Orracca-Tetteh) responsible for the birth of DOZ. I subsequently saw them play at least twelve times over the following eight months. It was my privilege to watch and hear them evolve and explode with an intensity indicative of musical minds that do not operate on the level of people like you and I. They have played with at least four different drummers since I have known them, and three different bass players; each player accompanied a potent shift in dynamics.

Over the two years since I moved to Los Angeles, I have spoken to them only a handful of times. They assured me that they would be hitting the West Coast soon, but time would pass by again. Then, one day as I sifted through an uninspired slew of new releases on the iTunes store, I stumbled across "Coronation Thieves" - the debut album by DOZ. I downloaded it immediately, but I wanted a physical copy too, so I headed over to the Virgin Megastore in Hollywood to pick one up. Several of the tracks on the album I had heard in some form or other during my association with the brothers, some of the tracks were new. I'm always excited to see a friend's work hit the shelves, and this was no exception. Dave Sitek (accomplished producer of bands such as TVOTR, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Celebration) worked with the boys on Coronation Thieves, and the result is strong. In my unprofessional, personal (and therefore biased) opinion, not enough risks were taken in the production of the album. I am a huge fan of all of the aforementioned artists which he produced, but in the case of DOZ, a lot of the potency and power of the music is hard to capture on tape; their music is rhythmically and harmonically complex, full of wildly shifting dynamics - only a live performance will really show you what they are about.
In March 2008, the band made a long-overdue appearance on the West Coast. I caught up with them at the Dublab studio above the Little Temple Bar on Santa Monica Blvd in Silverlake. Hobbling up the stairs on crutches thanks to a boisterous karaoke session that ended in me breaking my ankle one month prior, I was greeted by the brothers, and was reminded at once of what I had been missing here in LA. After several technical difficulties (accompanied by the smell of burning fuses), DOZ whisked through their set. Then they started over, citing unhappiness with the energy of the first run. I joined them for a meal in Echo Park, then followed them to the 6th Street Warehouse in Downtown LA. They played a fantastic set, following on the heels of a great performance by Rumspringa (another wonderfully imaginative act that I have the pleasure of knowing personally). The Dragons drove off into the night, on the war path with Saul Williams as the opening act on the Niggy Tardust's Star-Spangled Banner Tour. A couple of nights later, they returned in force to LA, playing a show at the Troubadour. They soaked our senses with psychedelic splendour, tearing into the consciousness of a fully-unprepared audience. My face fixed in a wide grin of appreciation, I relinquish control and let the powerful waves of this unique blend of fire and soul wash over me. The live show is alive and well... 

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Innovations in Visualizer Technology: Electroshock Your Face

So you think you can dance starts their new season...

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Skweee for free

I've been really feeling Skweee (Swedish and Finninsh future funk) for the last few days! Here is a free Skweee album:




Wednesday, October 22, 2008

bling blong hip hop mix

my friend eric m (you may have noticed him on narita's terminal 2 12") has posted a trip hop dj mix chock full of rhodes and other blongy things. download here.

the tracklist:
Nujabes - A Space in Air in Space in Air
Dj Krush - Song 1
Pete Rock - Smooth Sailing
MF Doom - Spikenard
Dj Shadow - Midnight in a Perfect World
Pete Rock - Pete's Jazz
Fat Jon - Change Your Mind
Flying Lotus - Bad Actors
Onra - The Anthem
Onra - I Wanna Go Back
MF Doom - Charmsuka
Malcom Kipe - Grind
J Dilla - One for Ghost
Nujabes - Aruarian Dance
Force of Nature - Bol-ster
Flying Lotus - Gng Bng
Pete Rock - The Boss
Fat Jon - Your Purpose
Theivery Corporation - Treasures
Onra - Last Tango in Saigon
Onra - Relax in Mui Ne
J Dilla - Welcome to the Show
J Dilla - Mash
Flying Lotus - Massage Situation
MF Doom - Plumskinzz
MF Doom - Mandrake
Dj Krush - Dig This Vibe
Force of Nature - Same Ol' Thing
Tycho - Cascade

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Hybrid Hipsters Walk The Streets

Yuppies are a thing of the past, and Hipsters are becoming increasingly rare. Have you noticed the new hybrids that are moving into your neighborhoods and taking up bar space at your local watering-hole? These are crossbreeds - a new generation. The "Yupsters" are young, up-and-coming people with keener, less preppy fashion sense; find them in Echo Park, Downtown Los Angeles and scattered across town. The "Richsters" are trust-fund hipsters - rich kids posing as hipsters; these are harder to spot, due to their attention to detail in emulating their more authentic ancestors. You are very likely to rub shoulders with a good mix of these types when visiting Intelligentsia Coffee at Sunset Junction. Feel free to appropriate these terms, use them excessively, and call out these space-invading creatures. Pigeon-holing is fun.

Friday, October 17, 2008


I know Jasmin already posted about it, but I'm curating an art show / party in Hollywood (near Scoops and Orange20) @ Melrose/Heliotrope.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25th at 7pm-12am. Possible afterparty at M-Bar (hush hush Japanese private bar that's open until 6am, not the M Bar in Hollywood).


It is a one night pop up show at a gallery that hasn't opened yet, so all purchased art will be able to be taken home that night. Cash and Paypal only.

Sponsored by Chubby Boob - there will be a Chubby Boob t-shirts and stickers giveaway.


Who would be down for a monthly Catalog Records event at the same space?
Let me know

BRING YOUR CREW AND BE THERE! And bring me flowers or something because this is the first show I'm curating.


Sleazy is the New Classy.

I believe tmbrudy is right.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Inspiration of the moment

so props to whoever actually takes the time out to make these amazingly synchronized cartoon mash up with hip hop UHH AMAZING???? we should start doing this but with catalog music. (yes/no?)

soulja boy winnie the pooh??


THE BEST IN MY OPINION: (yahh yahhh with simpsons)

John Cleese on Sarah Palin

"Monty Python could have written this."

Friday, October 10, 2008


A Flying Lotus Remix.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Sahy Uhns For Obama

More like Sahy Uhns for Obama

Interview with lullatone @ pingmag

Check this sweet little interview with lullatone, lots of pictures, some sound and video clips too.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

get into Matthew Dear show @ avalon this saturday for free

just rsvp to and get there before midnight. 10p-10:30p = open bar (only 30 mins?!?).

go through honey entrance (left of avalon entrance) and have fun.

Catalog Records at Reed College

Sunday, September 28, 2008

denny denny

made some breakfast... eat it now for free=
Pricked by the sex organs of a clock.

Friday, September 26, 2008

Thursday, September 25, 2008




James Holden is really good...

... listen to this radiohead remix he did!

Monday, September 22, 2008

New Jimmy Edgar on XLR8R

We at catalog kind of have a little obsession with Jimmy's "stuff"... This is a nice little sorta-rave 'n b number...

Saturday, September 20, 2008

YES YES YES!!!!!!! Flying Lotus

FUCK YEAH! Shawn Johnson is next!

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Fuck Sarah Palin

Don't vote for them!

I'm a nerd!

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

yeah I'm gonna talk about the korg nanoSeries again

it looks like the nanoseries is expected to arrive late october and the price dropped a bit.

nanoKEY is $49, nanoPAD is $59, nanoKONTROL is $59. plus free shipping from says because of their great relationship with korg, they might be able to get them sooner than late october. we'll see about that...

XLR8R Podcast: Modeselektor's Jetlag Mix

this is slightly old, but i'll post it anyway.

download link

1. Kode9 vs. Badawi - Den of Drums (ROIR)
2. Cylob - With This Ring (Rephlex)
3. Dj Mujava - Township Funk (Warp)
4. 2562 - Techno Dread (Tectonic)
5. Black Noise - Nature of the Beast (Original Black Noise Mix 2) (End to End)
6. TRG - Missed Calls (Subway)
7. Screaming Soul - Warfare (Ruckspin & Planas Remix) (Ranking)
8. British Murderboys - Hate Is Such a Strong Word (Counterbalance)
9. Elemental - Blob (Runtime)
10. Alex Cortex - Huyendo pt.2 (Klang Elektronik)
11. Zomby - Strange Fruit (Ramp)
12. TRG - Oi! Killa! (Cool and Deadly)
13. Mr. Oizo - Patrick 122 (Ed Banger)

shhh...minitek sets

You didn't get this from me...

Francois K

Guy Gerber

Davide Squillace

Guido Schneider



Konrad Black

Troy Pierce


Richie Hawtin

Old Electro... New CD!

Hello everyone,

This weekend I was able to do something that was truly great.  I went to the silence theatre on Fairfax in Los Angeles and saw two old "breaksploitation" movies.  I saw "Beat Street" and "Breakin'."  Both were amazing.  Especially "Beat Street" which had a million cameos, one of which was Afrika Bambaataa.

But the best part of the night was that the Arabian Prince (one of the original members of N.W.A. and west coast Electro legend) was there spinning.  It was awesome!  He played all the old jams and I even got a picture with him.

He actually has a new album that just came out on Stones Throw Records.  It is called "Innovative Life: The Anthology, 1984-1989."  It is really awesome and you should get it if you are into Electro.

thereminists and obama

this is hilarious! thereminists for obama badges are available here. grab it if you like theremins and/or you are a democrat.


Friday, September 12, 2008

dj64 on the monome

check out this awesome app that takes the monome to a whole new level of fun

if you have a monome, you can grab the app here.

Monday, September 8, 2008

Ghetto Blastin'

Check out this totally badass Sharp MR-990 Ghetto Blaster boom box thats got a built in synth. Click the title for a link to an ebay auction for one in primo condition, at least look at the pictures.

Saturday, September 6, 2008

Update: Download free, rare 78rpm records in digital format - sample time!

The huge collection is back online. Have at it and use the login info to get yourself some rarities.


Monday, September 1, 2008


Survived the hurricane today without much drama. I set up my time lapse camera on the porch and let it run for the worst of the storm up until the eye passed us over, here is the result. the little white things on the bottom of some of the frames is a group of ducks that hung out under the trees for the majority of the storm.

Burial goes all public 'n stuff...

There's a lil' post called "tunes" and a picture of a beanie wearing dude up on his mypace... COULD IT BE TRUE?

Friday, August 29, 2008

New hope for my efforts to learn to sing

Making fun of Britney Spears is way too easy, and in very poor taste..... but I couldn't help myself :)

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Hey, Muscle Man

How about you enter in our "Work-Out Music" Competition.
Have a 3 track EP with art by next Thursday (THE 4th).
Post it here as a comment or post a link to it or e-mail it to
Questions? E-mail!

New Michna Tune for Download!

Do y'all like Michna (a.k.a. D.J. Egg Foo Young, a.k.a. 1/3 of Secret Frequency Crew)? There are two tracks off of his forthcoming "Magic Monday" for free download Here


Doesn't this make you wanna take your clothes off and run around for ever the sweet forest of Sweden?

Hot Chip on The Tenori On.

Wednesday, August 27, 2008


I just wanted to remind everyone that we have an MP3 store on Klicktrack.

Check it HERE

Biggest Record Collection in The World.

The Archive from Sean Dunne on Vimeo.

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Terrabyte III details

I found this poster from Tycho's myspace. So the date I said earlier was true. It's on September 14th from 5pm-10pm.

Here is a small performance line-up:

Test Shot Starfish
Dusty Brown

Again, highly recommended. Great visuals, great music. If you're not doing anything on that Sunday, go have at it.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

How to get into any club

These aussies prove that if you act like your the DJ you can pretty much get into any club.

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Arduinome on cdm just did an article on the Arduinome project! Check it out... a lot of you might even see your own faces in the pictures...


Monday, August 18, 2008

New Squarepusher Tune

It's ROKNROLL. Stream it on tha Warp Myspace (click the title).

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Terrabyte 3.0 is coming next month

I'm sure you've heard of Terrabyte. It's an annual outdoor event at The Arboretum, created by Tycho and Test Shot Starfish - experimental, electronic dudes with art and visual installations. I've been to the first and second event and it's definitely worth checking out.

I just found out this year's Terrabyte (coined 3.0) will be on Sunday, September 14th (5pm-10pm). No details on their website (it's actually down - I think they're redesigning it), but will let you know when I find out more information. Last year, they asked for submissions for the art installations, but I think we should try to get Catalog artists to play there.

This event happens at The Arboretum located at 301 N. Baldwin Avenue, Arcadia, 91007.

Download free, rare 78rpm records in digital format - sample time!

Cliff Bolling, a 57-year old Portlander and 78rpm record collector, has created an archive of all of his rare, vintage 78rpm singles. We're talking over 3,700 titles and more to come.

The best part of all - it's free on his website.

Download them all here.

While you're there, check out his recording studio.


The Best Thing Ever.

Click the picture to fully appreciate it in all of its massive awesomeness.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Our Webstore is up !

Our Webstore is up here.
And on this blog, and on our myspace page.
It's got previewing, gifting, and includes the art. Tell your family and friends.

Roots Project on XLR8R.

"...In addition to the music component, Minitek’s Innovation Pavilion will feature digital art installations and new technologies to create interactive sounds and visuals. Among the exhibits will be Jordan Hochenbaum, Owen Vallis, and Memo Akten’s Roots, an interactive installation for the Brick Table's tangible and multi-touch interface, where multiple people can make music and collaborate in a dynamic and visually responsive environment..."

Go check out the full article by clicking on the title.

Monday, August 11, 2008

Best cooking show ever

Beardyman the beatbox cooks up a beat for us in probably the most entertaining beatbox youtube video out there.

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Speaking of Daedelus, he's playing tomorrow night @ Low End Theory

See below...his new album is dancy. Thanks for the XLR8R video, tmbrudy!

On Wednesday, August 6th, Low End Theory is back (hint) for another unforgettable night under the stars. We're proud to present a headline performance from one of our proudest family members, the one-and-only Daedelus. Opening set on the main stage by matthewdavid, plus an upstairs kick-off performance by Leo 123. All residents on deck for the sonic devastation you're accustomed to. As always (and with any Daedelus show at Low End) early arrival is highly suggested for this special engagement:

[Ninja Tune]
One of L.A.'s most daring artists, this young musical romantic weaves together a true "love-sound" that falls between honeyed melody and avant-electronics. Daedelus chops and splices disparate acoustic sources into incredible works of staggering resonance. Contrasting IDM styled cut-ups with childlike 30s arrangements, he has refined a style that has no imitators. Daedelus has been a stalwart of Low End Theory since our inception, and we consider him to be one of our residents-at-large. This night he returns home for his first Low End show in over six months.

It is indeed a pleasure for us to bring you a close encounter with one of L.A.'s most fabled new talents. His Spills EP on Plug Research exposed him to the masses, while his co-production on Flying Lotus' Los Angeles cemented his rep even further. Now, matthewdavid will unveil his new live show for the very first time. Witness the birth of another star on the Low End stage.

LEO 123
[Dark Party]
As one-half of Dark Party (alongside Eliot Lipp) and as a solo producer, Leo 123 has proven himself as a force to be reckoned with. An electro genius, Leo 123's beats have serious knock. Leo is on a West Coast tour right now, so it's only right he's rocking Low End for his Los Angeles date.

As well as your Resident DJs

[Alpha Pup]
Batting first on the Low End Theory lineup is legendary producer and label boss Daddy Kev. As a producer and engineer, he's spent the last decade crafting classics for the likes of AWOL One, Busdriver, The Grouch, Sage Francis, Mix Master Mike, Abstract Rude, D-Styles, Freestyle Fellowship, The Shape Shifters and many more. His DJ sets are a high-tech affair with Kev primarily engaged in live remixes, slicing experimental beats and hip-hop classics to shreds.

[Plug Research]
From his adventures on the road with Mars Volta and Prefuse 73, to his production and remixes for Postal Service, Mystic Chords of Memory and Busdriver, coupled with his own solo work on labels such as Rough Trade and Plug Research, Nobody is a living tour de force of creative genius.

His virtuoso skills on the turntables have been compared to that of Jimi Hendrix and John Coltrane. As a former member of Invisibl Skratch Piklz and Beat Junkies, he toured the globe, helping transform turntablism into a global phenomenon. Now, the legendary D-Styles is back on the frontlines of underground culture, shredding your soul every week at Low End Theory.

[Low End Theory]
Over the course of the last few years, Gaslamp Killer has established a solid rep for devastating beats and intricate cuts. This nomadic West Coaster has steadily smashed the scene from San Diego to Los Angeles to San Francisco, earning the respect of heavyweight players in the process. Bear witness to one of his epic sets and see what the buzz is all about.

Plus Resident MC

[Alpha Pup]
He's no longer a secret. After winning the 2007 Scribble Jam MC Battle Championship, Nocando has been catapulted to new levels of international fame. He spent many Thursday nights honing his skills at Project Blowed, and has broken the dreams and hopes of countless would-be-MCs.

Screening in the movie lounge:

Low End Theory goes down every Wednesday
@ The Airliner, 2419 N. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90031
18+ | $10 guests, $5 members | 10PM-2AM | Fully stocked bar