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First Fridays at LA's Natural History Museum: 6/1 with Cut Chemist & Superhumanoids

Posted by Amoebite, May 7, 2012 05:15pm | Post a Comment
It's time for June's First Fridays! Once a month, Los Angeles's Natural History Museum stays open late and features live music, excitingFirst Fridays, NHM, Natural History Museum, Los Angeles, LA scientific discussion, and behind-the-scenes curatorial tours as part of the First Fridays program. Amoeba is excited to sponsor this fabulous series of live music, discussion, concessions, tours, DJs, and more.

Join us on June 1 from 5-10pm for live performances from Cut Chemist and Superhumanoids, KCRW DJ Anthony Valadez, and a guest lecture with Jonah Lehrer called “The Imagination Is Made of Other People!”

Find out more HERE!



Superhumanoids "Black Widow" - AllSaints Basement Sessions. from AllSaints Spitalfields on Vimeo.

Sidewalk Sale at Amoeba Hollywood, 5/19

Posted by Amoebite, May 3, 2012 07:01pm | Post a Comment
SidewalkSaleJoin Amoeba Hollywood in front of the store on Saturday, May 19th from noon-5pm for our next sidewalk sale! Pick up some awesome deals on CDs, vinyl, DVDs, box sets and more all at great savings.

For those who can't make it out to the sale, shop our Clearance section online for some sweet finds. It's just like being there!

All sidewalk sales are final. Store credit cannot be used to purchase items from the sidewalk sale
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Sidewalk Sale at Amoeba Hollywood

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The 26th Annual JazzReggae Festival, 5/27 & 5/28

Posted by Amoebite, May 3, 2012 06:21pm | Post a Comment
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Join us at UCLA's Intramural Field on May 27th and 28th for the JazzReggae Festival -- the largest, entirely student-produced and run event of its kind on the West Coast! Enjoy live performances from The Roots, Booker T. Jones, Gary Clark Jr, Shaggy, Don Carlos, and more! And look for the Amoeba booth on Sunday!

Jam Day - Sunday, May 27 Reggae Day - Monday, May 28
The Roots
Gary Clark, Jr.
Thundercat
Booker T. Jones
Selah Sue
Sonnymoon 
Shaggy
Tarrus Riley
Collie Buddz
Alison Hinds
Don Carlos
Cris Cab

UPDATE: Amoeba Hollywood is sold out of JazzReggae Fest passes, but tickets should be available at the gates on Sunday and Monday.

JazzReggae Festival Flier


Record Store Day 2012 Contest Winners

Posted by Amoebite, May 1, 2012 05:09pm | Post a Comment
Record Store Day 2012 may be over, but we are still celebrating with the winners of the AMAZING contest we ran for which the grand prize was a Pro-Ject Debut III turntable and a stack of vinyl!

Announcing our grand prize winner of the Pro-Ject Debut III turntable and oodles of choice vinyl..MONICA!

And our lucky runners-up, Denis and Eva, won bags of vinyl and rad headphones!

Record Store Day forever!

Tipitina's Foundation to Induct Amoeba Music Into Wall of Fame

Posted by Amoebite, April 30, 2012 01:55pm | Post a Comment
We are honored to announce that the Tipitina’s Foundation is inducting Amoeba Music into The Tipitina’s Foundation Wall of Fame tonight in New Orleans during their annual event, Instruments A Comin’!

The Tipitina's FoundationThe Tipitina's Foundation was founded before Hurricane Katrina (in 2003), and is committed to preserving Louisiana culture and musical heritage. Of course when the storm ravaged most of the city, the need for resources for displaced musicians and a community place became even more crucial. The Tipitina's Foundation continued to serve unemployed musicians, as well as raise money to replace instruments, and keep the spirit of Louisiana culture alive and well and in the hearts of all New Orleans residents.

In 2005, Amoeba began hosting regular charity auctions to raise money for Gulf relief efforts post-Katrina. In addition to the money raised during the auctions themselves, Amoeba has matched the winning bids dollar for dollar, doubling the money for the Tipitina's Foundation. We also share our love for New Orleans with a Mardi Gras party each year, complete with beads and a parade.

Music is an integral part of New Orleans culture and a huge part of the spirit of one of the most beloved American cities. Keeping that spirit alive and thriving is a huge focus of the Tipitina's Foundation and we are humbled and thankful to be a part of that community.

Today happens to be International Jazz Day, and one of the richest American cultural exports is jazz music. American jazz and blues are the foundation of our cultural heritage---so we celebrate that today. 

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