Check out Oakland’s BANG DATA new videos! And this Friday, you can join their Album release party called ‘LOCO.
LOCO Album Release Party
Friday, Oct 6th, 2017
The New Parish Oakland, CA
$15 ADV / $20 DOS / Age 18 And Up
Bang Data Album Release Party (LOCO)
Bang Data is formed by Bay Area’s MC Deuce Eclipse on lead vocals, who’s well known by hip-hop fans as an accompanying voice to the legendary Zion I and musician/producer Juan Manuel Caipo who has become a sought out name producing & mixing in the San Francisco music scene and abroad. Deuce and Caipo have created music loaded with heavy grooves, Cumbia, Reggae, Hip Hop to Rock. This mix of beats, rhymes and melodies are infused with soulful bilingual (English/Spanish) lyrics. The sound is unmistakably theirs. Their self-titled single “Bang Data” from their debut album La Sopa was featured on on AMC’s Emmy® Award winning television drama Breaking Bad. www.bangdata.com
Born and raised in Tijuana and now living in Los Angeles, Ceci Bastida joined the band Tijuana NO when she was just 15 and became one of the first women to rise in the ranks of contemporary Latin rock. Their song “Pobre de Ti” and their cover of The Clash’s “Spanish Bombs” are now considered rock en español classics. After she left the band, Bastida worked as a junior high school history teacher in Tijuana and then spent eight years as part of the touring band of Julieta Venegas, including a featured role in her 2008 MTV Unplugged special. Bastida embarked on her solo career in 2006 with the ep Front BC, and in 2010 released Veo La Marea (I See the Tide), a mix of electronica, rock, and hip-hop that The Fader dubbed “bodacious, clicky, and gongy” and the Los Angeles Times described as “a marching-band traipsing through the Amazon rainforest.” The album, which included hot-button songs about immigration, the Mexican border, featured guest spots by Diplo, Rye Rye, Niña Dioz, and Tim Armstrong and the drug war. It earned her a Latin Grammy nomination, appearances on NPR’s Weekend Edition and KCRW’s Morning Become Eclectic, and a spot on the 2011 Lollapalooza bill. Her songs have been remixed by Skeet Skeet, Julieta Venegas, Mexican Institute of Sound, Maria y José, Pepepe, Algodon Egipico, & others, and have appeared on TV and in feature films in both the US and Latin America (Mun2, HBO, Target). She is currently collaborating with members of Devotchka and Ozomatli on the music for Dreaming Sin Fronteras, a new musical based on the stories of undocumented youth. Her new solo album, La Edad de la Violencia (The Age of Violence) was produced by Luke Top (Fool’s Gold) & XXXChange (Spank Rock) and features a duet with Venegas dedicated to Bastida’s young daughter. The album includes songs inspired by the rise of everyday violence in the US and Mexico—from the drug war to the Sandy Hook shooting and the Boston Marathon bombing—and by Haruki Murakami’s novel Kafka on the Shore.
Chulita Vinyl Club
All-Girl All-Vinyl Club
Welcome to Chulita Vinyl Club where we bring the girls to the front and play our favorite records for you to shake to.
We’re an all-girl all-vinyl club booking only self-identified womyn DJs bringing together the community of vinyl loving mujeres.
Mr. Lucky (Sazon Libre)
Mr. Lucky aka Diego Herrera is SF Bay Area based DJ who travels the sonic landscape of music. He is a member of the Bay Area DJ Soundsystem I&I Vibration and a resident at the long running “Skylarking”, an all vinyl reggae party in San Francisco.