Jul 16 10:00PM // Amigo Room and Poolside
Ubiquity Records and Ace invite you over for the weekend to celebrate their 20 year anniversary featuring the likes of Thomas PM, DJ Kei and Michael McFaddin. Stop by the Amigo Room on July 16 from 10pm to close or the Swim Club pool on July 17 from noon to 5pm. Plus, book a room with the code UBIQUITY and receive 10% off any room.
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Ubiquity Records is an independent record label with the mission of making unheard music "ubiquitous." The label releases albums under several imprints that feature music ranging from rare groove gems to singer-songerwriters and everything in between. Their focus on artists' creativity and customer satisfaction over the years have given Ubiquity a cult-like following and they continue to strive toward quality and innovation today.
An avid percussionist for over 15 years, DJ Thomas PM's stylistic diversity reflects his eclectic taste in records that varies from funk, soul, rare groove, jazz, afrobeat, disco and electronic. When he's not spinning at his residencies at Avalon's "Stereo Hustle/from the soul" or Mesa's "Spectral Thursdays/725 Sessions," you can find Thomas PM working in the trenches at Ubiquity.
DJ Kei began spinning and collecting records in 1997 in Sendai, Japan and soon started organizing jazz club parties and holding down various weekly residencies across Japan. His sets range from jazz, disco/soul/funk, broken beat, deep house, hip-hop, and breakbeats guaranteed to get everyone in the groove. After a move to Los Angeles in 2005, Kei started off as a designer for Ubiquity Records and is now their creative director.
Michael McFaddin, current president of Ubiquity Records, has been an avid music lover since he first began collecting records in fourth grade. During high school, he would often follow the older kids to Hollywood to get a taste of the burgeoning LA punk rock scene and a few years later when LA's first underground dance clubs started popping up, Michael found himself falling in love with dance music for the first time. He spent his early 20s promoting underground shows like the ones he used to attend and established himself as a well-known rare groove DJ.