Pahoa, Hawaii native Bluetech will be gracing the stage at Nectar Lounge this weekend with local support by Pressha, Nordic Soul and Young Benoit. With Bluetech’s recent release of his new album Space Chronicles Vol. 1 just last week, the show is sure to jam packed with updated sounds to satisfy your craving for star studded intergalactic earth riddims. Check out sounds from each of those performing below and be sure to RSVP on the Nectar Facebook where you can also find the ticketing link. See y’all at the show!
Join the team from Ganjaology every Thursday for a night of dancing in THE WOODS. Don’t worry, these woods are warm, cozy and conveniently located on the third floor above Grim’s in Capitol Hill. And… They just so happen to have a killer whale sound system!! We will be playing house, techno, and sexy bass music all night to keep the wind in your waist!
10PM – 2AM
Dress Code: Keep it fresh, please.
Featured DJs for tonight will be MTBTZ, plus your residents MICKEY MARS, OMAR VALADEZ, and CHRIS T.
▲ ▲ ▲ Beers and wells only $3.5 ▲ ▲ ▲
1512 11th Avenue
Capitol Hill, 98122
This weekend at Rebar in Seattle, our good friends at People Music will be hosting the infamous founder of Stones Throw Records, Peanut Butter Wolf.
World famous for his exquisite beats and insatiable appetite for sniffing out MCs of magnetic lyrical potential, Peanut Butter Wolf could certainly be considered a “people’s champion.” With his label Stones Throw Records, PBW has brought together some of the best producers and lyricists hip hop has ever heard including Madlib, J Rocc, MF Doom, Madvillian, Guilty Simpson, Quasimoto, MED, Anika and J Dilla among others. If you’re interested in learning more, I encourage you to read the Stones Throw history, written by PBW himself here.
Since its inception in 2010, People Music has been responsible for some of the highest grade hip hop and electronic acts to come through North Coast Territory. Showcased artists include Eprom, Lorn, Mux Mool, Starkey, DJ Vadim, and Take to name a few.
It’s Sunday and the vibes have carried us through a sun soaked morning and into an echoing #dubinthesunday session. We invite you to join us for an evening of purely positive frequencies.
This is Ganjaology x Bassdrop :: Unofficial Cannabis Cup AfterParty Weekend.
— 120 N. 35th Street, Fremont —
We have Dub Champ at the controls right now, and upcoming performances by Suntonino Bandanaz, Aaron Daniel, Unite One (full live band!!), Paul Wheeler, Sonny Chiba, and Blacklist. Music till 1:00am.
We are doing $5 SUGGESTED DONATION at the door, but bring your friends because NO ONE GETS TURNED AWAY. All proceeds go directly to the artists so please help us continue to provide you with freshest of the fresh events all year long. Bless…
We want to see you smiling faces grooving with us here in Fremont at Culture Yard. Celebrate summer with us before sheds for real. RSVP via Facebook here.
If you happen to be in Portland this evening, be sure to check out the premier screening of the Bloom Series. The Bloom, which will be shown tonight at The Academy Theatre, is a special opportunity to tune in to the Fundamental Frequencies with which our emerging culture resonates. Director Jeet-Kei Leung and his team have been around the globe gathering footage and interviews in an effort to document the cultural renaissance that is occurring through the advent of Transformational Festivals.
Tonight is the flagship screening in Portland which will be followed by US screenings in Denver, Worcester, Austin, Minneapolis and Seattle along with Canadian screenings in Victoria, Calgary, Vancouver, Enderby and Ottowa. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to link, laugh, love and elaborate on all the wonderful ideas that make our reality so enlivening. See you there!
Lift up Seattle! This is a calling. To all children at heart, young and old, big and small. On this day the 21st of April, 2013 there will be held a gathering. A session to give thanks and praises and to commune with one another in the presence of I.
The night will include performances by the almighty roots reggae band Midnite of St. Croix, along with supporting artists KRSNA Band and Blessed Coast Sound System!
For those that have not yet had the pleasure of knowing personally the music of Midnite, this is an invitation to invest. An invitation to adjust your I, to tune in through heart and head, and to improve our unified overstanding. The band which are led by brothers Ron and Vaughn Benjamin have been performing and spreading the positive message since their birth in 1997. With over 40 published recordings with many different labels, and many many praises and recognitions from across the globe, Midnite is one of the premier roots reggae bands of our time. This will be a performance to be remembered.
Get tickets for the show at Neumo’s here!
Be sure to pick up the latest release from Midnite entitled, Children of Jah Dubs. It will be available digitally and on CD this month, just in time for the show. Get your copy pre ordered here.
…time is not counted from daylight, but from midnite
Here are some tunes to get things moving.
Until time, we hold love in our hearts and smiles in our faces.
Thanks and praises to everyone whose beautiful energy has gone into the production of this event. We would like to extend special thanks to Ises Productions, Rebel Lion Music, Higher Reasoning Reggae Time, and Neumo’s.
Bassdrop Music and Neumo’s Presents – Ott & The All Seeing I with KiloWatt and HZ Donut [2/21/13 at Neumos]
This Thursday in Seattle, Bassdrop Music has a very special evening planned indeed. UK sound sorcerer Ott along with his band, The All Seeing I will be gracing the stage at Neumo’s. With support by HZ Donut of Seattle and KiloWatts of Philadelphia this will be an exciting display of progressive electronic music!
It’s not every day that performing electronic musicians bring with them to the stage a full band. Ott is certainly an exception. Maybe in more ways than this. With more than 10 years of production under his belt, this purveyor of hypnotic rhythms and psychedelic sound is making his way round the world to share his music. Still in touch with early dub influences like Scientist, King Tubby, LKJ, and Prince Far-I, Ott has continued in their legacy to produce the leading edge of electronic dub music today. This is not a show to miss.
SEE YOU THURSDAY!
And here’s a word from the Ott himself…
Seriously stunning production on these.
Big up to Seattle’s own HZ Donut for his work in the music scene up this way. Here’s a mix he’s done to get ready for Spring!
Ok, KilloWatts. Wow, this guy is on top of his game right now. From his roots in Texas to his home in Philadelphia to his international collaborations, the man called KiloWatts has some high voltage sounds in his pack. Come prepared for a storm. It might not be the work of of Zeus, but Seattle is certainly going to see some electricity and feel that thunder…
Yup, you know what I mean.
Ps. THANKS BASSDROP