Sep 1 12:00PM // Poolside & Amigo Room
This Labor Day weekend, we salute the people who do the work that makes the world go round with bread and roses too. Easy Rider is three laid-back days and nights of dry heat, cold drinks and rad live music and DJs poolside and at our old ranch hand bar, the Amigo Room.
You can score 20% off your room August 23 - September 3 when you book with the code ENDLESS.
Mark it on your calendar.
We'll also have some hand-selected treatments at the Feel Good Spa just for this weekend to make you feel good.
Lovefingers' internationally acclaimed mix of 999 songs is a rhythm thesaurus on the eclectic dance scene. A former host of LA's Blackdisco Soundsystem, and founder of the ESP Institute, Lovefingers now resides in Los Angeles and moves the crowd at events like the Whitney Biennial and MoMA PS1, and around the world from Rekjavik to Istanbul.
The Drunk is a like a neolithic man with a sobering history of record collecting, DJing and edit-making. His journey is marked by his releases on Rong Music, American Standard Recordings, Ghost Town and soon on Disques Sinthomme. When the Drunk's behind the decks, you're about to hear a new favorite song.
Dewey Chan is a staple of the downtown LA warehouse scene. His record collection is vast, surpassed only in vastness by the vast ridiculousness of his mixing powers.
Soft Soil Music Club -- heavily influenced by DJs of the Mediterranean circa 70s, 80s and 90's like Daniele Baldelli, DJ Alfredo and Jose Padilla -- does his dublab podcast, 2Daddies, with Suzanne Kraft every Friday on dublab radio. His quarterly party, Excellent Birds, brings out guest DJs like Felix Dickinson, Lee Douglas, Thomas Bullock, DJ Spun, Woolfy, Sarcastic Paul and more.
Dirty Dave is the architect of Talk Dirty Disco, a veteran of the early 90s DC and Baltimore rave and club scene who made his way West via Tucson and Phoenix to LA. His first original song, "Drowning Doubts" was released by Scion AV on the Swimming with Sharks: Sharkwaves Volume 2 this summer and has been getting play on KCRW and around the world.