Jan 21 10:00PM // Amigo Room & Poolside
Calling All Kids is a weekly live music showcase at the Hyperion tavern in Silver Lake championed by incurable beat heads Matthewdavid and sodapop -- a favorite among beat-centric Angelenos and winner of an illustrious LA Weekly's Best of Award. They're headed to the desert to present a weekend of good sound with friends Raleigh Moncrief, Low Limit and Butchy Fuego.
SATURDAY : Amigo Room 10pm
SUNDAY : Swim Club Poolside 11am-4pm
Saturday night is 21+, Sunday is all ages. All events are free to guests and Swim Club members, and poolside party is included in a Swim Club daypass. Evening events are free to all. Add this event to your calendar on Facebook.
Leaving Records founder Matthewdavid scours the universe for aural snippets he can work into warm washes of psychotropic sound. He's made a name for himself among the sound technicians of the LA experimental music scene at Dublab, Poo-Bah, Low End Theory and Brainfeeder.
Sodapop is the architect and sound selector behind Anticon Records, another hub of creative activity on LA's independent electronic music scene. He's played alongside luminaries like Flying Lotus, Baths, Gold Panda, Kingdom, WHY? and Nosaj Thing.
Multi-instrumentalist, engineer and producer Raleigh Moncrief uses his guitar as the compass that guides his experimental journeys in atmospheric sound. NPR called his debut LP Watered Lawns "worthy of celebration and study in equal measure."
If Low Limit is barreling down a musical highway in a conversion van, it's one without yellow lines, speed limits or restrictions on style, influence or expression. He's shared the stage with acts such as Kode 9, Hudson Mo, Actress, Rustie, Flying Lotus and Lorn.
Butchy Fuego is a producer, drummer, multi-instrumentalist, DJ, recording engineer and visual artist who has played with acts like Boredoms, M.I.A., Pit Er Pat, Aska Matsumiya, Matteah Baim, Hisham Bharoocha and Lucky Dragons and on the boards as a producer or engineer for Red Krayola, Lou Barlow, The Congos, Soft Circle, These Are Powers and YUCK! to name a few.