Amoeba Hollywood Holds Adele Listening Party Nov. 20

Posted by Amoebite, November 11, 2015 03:07pm | Post a Comment

Adele Window at Amoeba Hollywood

adele 25 lpAmoeba Music in Hollywood will be holding a listening party for Adele’s highly anticipated new album, 25, on Friday, November 20 from 6 to 7 p.m. 

Come hear the new album all the way through and pick up your copy of 25 on release date. And get a FREE Adele button and photo while supplies last!

Plus, anyone who buys the album that day will be entered into a raffle to win an Adele prize pack along with an Amoeba Gift Certificate.


Watch the video for the first single from 25, “Hello,” below.

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs Guitarist Nick Zinner Displays Photos at Lethal Amounts Nov. 20

Posted by Amoebite, November 11, 2015 01:21pm | Post a Comment

nick zinner lethal amountsAmoeba is proud to present “601 Photographs,” a solo exhibition of photography by Yeah Yeah Yeahs guitarist Nick Zinner at Lethal Amounts gallery in Downtown Los Angeles. The opening reception for the showing will be Friday, November 20 at 7 p.m., and it’s free.

Anyone who’s been to a Yeah Yeah Yeahs show is probably familiar with Zinner’s habit of snapping a photo of the audience in between shredding. Now you can see Zinner’s images from tours around the world, from his time touring with YYY’s and other projects around six continents for 15-plus years.

The show’s 601 images act as both voyeuristic and documentarian, capturing everything from hotel beds to intimate portraits and those infamous crowd shots. The exhibit has previously been shown in New York City, Mexico City, San Francisco and Tokyo.

Zinner is far from a dabbler in photography. Zinner has studied photography at Bard College with Larry Fink and Stephen Shore, and has published four books of his photography, the most recent one being Please Take Me Off The Guest List.

Lethal Amounts gallery focuses on subversive and counter culture themes throughout history, addressing the social and artistic value of underground movements while highlighting taboo topics. It is located at 1226 W 7th St. in Downtown L.A.


New "What's in My Bag?" Episode with Electronic Producer Recondite

Posted by Amoebite, November 9, 2015 01:48pm | Post a Comment

Recondite at Amoeba Hollywood

Recondite is the alias of Bavarian-born, Berlin-based electronic music producer and label owner Lorenz Brunner. In 2011, he founded Plangent Records and released his first EP as Recondite. That same year he played his first gig at Berlin's legendary Panorama Bar/Berghain venue and began touring.

Recondite PlacidRecondite's first full-length, On Acid, was released in 2012 and garnered praise from critics around the world. Ghostly International released his follow-up, 2013's Hinterland. Soon after, Recondite became a fixture on the global DJ circuit, performing across Europe, Australia, North America, and Asia. In 2014, he released the Iffy LP on Innervisions and the Caldera EP on Hotflush Recordings. His newest full-length, Placid, was just released November 6, 2015 via Acid Test.

A longtime hip hop fan, Brunner kicks off his "What's in My Bag?" appearance with the 1992 self-titled debut from Body Count, the heavy metal band fronted by Ice-T. Next up is Nate Dogg's Music & Me and the Wu-Tang Clan's classic Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). He also shares the artist he considers to be the most influential techno and house producer in Germany today.

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Watch The One & Only PPL MVR Live at Amoeba Hollywood

Posted by Amoebite, November 5, 2015 03:16pm | Post a Comment

PPL MVR at Amoeba Hollywood

PPL MVR are a mysterious band of musically-inclined non-people. Are they Space Yetis? Regular Yetis? Distant Chewbacca cousins? Long-extinct hominid cousins thawed out by the shifting of the polar icecaps? Whatever they are, it really doesn't matter, because as "the one and only PPL MVR," these one-of-a-kind rockers don't pose much of a threat to humanity--unless it's to our eardrums. Because once PPL MVR take the stage, things are gonna get heavy.

PPL MVR Record

That's exactly what happened when the three masterminds behind PPL MVR-- SNWBLL (the white one), Q (the brown one) and K-PO (the black one)--took to the stage at Amoeba Hollywood along with a few human friends backing them up live. Check out video from their epic performance below, and stop by our Hollywood store to pick up their record, The One and Only PPL MVR. 

If you happen to be in the New York area, you can catch PPL MVR live at the Highline Ballroom with Cerebral Ballzy and Oil Boom on November 11th.

PPL MVR - Live at Amoeba Hollywood
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New "What's in My Bag?" Episode with Title Fight

Posted by Amoebite, November 2, 2015 06:42pm | Post a Comment

Title Fight

Title Fight is a four-piece post-hardcore band from Pennsylvania consisting of Ned Russin (bass/vocals), Jamie Rhoden (guitar/vocals), Shane Moran (guitar), and Ben Russin (drums). Formed in Kingston, PA in 2003, the band released a series of demos, 7"s and EPs before signing to SideOneDummy for the release of their 2011 debut full-length ShedFloral Green followed in 2012. 

Title Fight HyperviewTwo years later the band announced that they had signed to ANTI-, who released their third LP, Hyperview, in early 2015. The band has toured South America and Europe, played the main stage at Warped Tour, and shared stages with New Found Glory, Rise Against, and Touche Amore.

While on a recent tour, vocalist/bassist Ned Russin stopped by Amoeba San Francisco and shared his finds with our What's in My Bag? crew. He expands his Randy Newman collection, picks up a long-awaited full-length LP from Washington, D.C. hardcore band Give, a reissue of No One Rules by Agnostic Front, and much more.

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