Mar 24 9:00PM // Amigo Room & Swim Club
Our friends from Post Present Medium -- the independent record label run by Dean Spunt of No Age -- roll through for a weekend soundtracked by high notes from LA's music underground with live music in the Amigo Room and DJs by the pool. True to PPM form, the eclectic roster runs the spectrum from punk rock to acid house with Regal Degal, Protect Me, SFV Acid and a DJ set by No Age.
SATURDAY, MARCH 24
9pm-2am : Live music in the Amigo Room with SFV Acid, Regal Degal, Protect Me and a DJ set by No Age
SUNDAY, MARCH 25
Noon-5pm : DJ set by Protect Me plus mystery DJs tastefully selected by the good folks at Altamont Apparel
No Age is on a constant journey to explore the furthest reaches of sound -- a band with one rule: write songs they're psyched to listen to. Underpinned by infectious melodies, ear-piercing cacophonies and bursts of symphonic growl the duo have found an alchemy that turns their love for music into perfectly crafted songs.
Brooklyn to LA transplants Regal Degal perform in a kind of wind-tunneling locked-groove that gathers steam as it circles into itself. Fronted by former Dinowalrus drummer Josh da Costa they take a holistic approach to percussion, wringing staccato bolts of sound from every instrument.
Genre-proof Protect Me alternate between dark, dancey, punk and poppy -- plunging through genres in rhythmic fits and starts as if always poised on the very edge of the sound they're presently in.
SFV Acid makes acid-laced lo-fi electro-funk with an LA punk aesthetic. He DJs the Dublab show 2 Daddies Radio with Suzanne Kraft and released his first non self-released EP, New West Coast, on PPM last year.
Altamont Apparel is a clothing company started by influential pro street skater Andrew Reynolds with an unconventional and authentic style designed and worn by people on the forefront of culture.
Saturday night is 21+, poolside is all ages. All events are free to guests and Swim Club members, and pool party is included in a Swim Club daypass. Evening events are free to all. Add this event to your calendar on Facebook.