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Win Tickets to a Police Documentary Screening in LA or SF + Signed Andy Summers Memoir

Posted by Amoebite, March 31, 2015 12:11pm | Post a Comment

Win Tickets to a Police Documentary Screening + Signed Andy Summers Memoir

We are giving away three pairs of tickets each to San Francisco and Los Angeles screenings of Can't Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police as well as a signed copy of the Police guitarist Andy Summers’ memoir, One Train Later, and three posters signed by Summers. 

San Francisco contest:

One grand prize winner will win a signed copy of Andy Summers’ memoir, two tickets for any screening of the film at San Francisco’s AMC Metreon 16 after it opens April 10 and a signed movie poster. Two runners up will win a signed poster and two tickets each to the any screening of the film at San Francisco’s AMC Metreon 16. Contest ends 4/7/15. Enter here for the San Francisco contest.

Los Angeles contest:

One grand prize winner will win a signed copy of Andy Summers’ memoir, two tickets to the April 4 screening of Can’t Stand Losing You at the Laemmle Royal (time TBD) with a Q&A with Summers to follow, plus a signed movie poster. Two runners up will win a signed poster and two tickets each to the April 4 screening. Contest ends 4/2/15. Enter here for the Los Angeles contest.
 

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Check out the Indian Film Festival of L.A. April 8-12

Posted by Amoebite, March 26, 2015 05:11pm | Post a Comment

Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles

We’re proud to be a sponsor of the 13th Annual Indian Film Festival of L.A., taking place April 8-12 at the ArcLight Hollywood. Tickets are on sale now.

IFFLA showcases features, shorts and documentaries created by emerging Indian filmmakers and seasoned auteurs. Amoeba is sponsoring a screening of the smash film TAAL on April 11 at 9:30pm. Buy tickets to that screening here.

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As part of the festival’s “Bollywood By Night” series, TAAL the soundtrack by A.R. Rahman is considered one of the best in Bollywood history. Originally released in 1999, the film, about a star-crossed pair of a wealthy young man and the daughter of a folk singer who fall in love, is directed by Subhash Ghai and stars Anil Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, and Akshaye Khanna.

Watch the trailer below:

The festival features 25 films, including four world premieres, seven North American premieres, two U.S. premieres and 10 Los Angeles premieres, hailing from six different countries and in 10 different languages. Other highlights include the world premiere screening of comedy One Crazy Thing, directed by IFFLA alum Amit Gupta (Jadoo) and featuring BAFTA “Breakthrough Brit” winner Ray Panthaki, and the Los Angeles premiere of Academy Award-winner Danis Tanovi’s latest film, the political thriller Tigers, starring Bollywood heartthrob Emraan Hashmi.

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Next First Fridays Show Features Garage Rockers Cherry Glazerr, White Fence April 10

Posted by Amoebite, March 25, 2015 06:06pm | Post a Comment

cherry glazerr white fence first fridays natural history museum

The next First Fridays show at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles features California bands Cherry Glazerr and White Fence April 10. Tickets are $18 without a museum membership. Amoeba is proud to be a sponsor. Come out to the show and swing by our booth to pick up some swag!

cherry glazerr haxel princess lpNamed after the KCRW host Chery Glaser, Cherry Glazerr are a young L.A. trio fronted by Clementine Creevy. The singer / guitarist’s tunes are as laden with attitude as they are with catchy melodies on their debut album, Haxel Princess, which features such song titles as “Bloody Bandaid” and “Trick or Treat Dancefloor.” Mixing spacey sensibilities with garage-rock chords and snarling vocals in a similar fashion to The Breeders, Cherry Glazerr have won the hearts and minds of L.A. music lovers and beyond. Their latest release was the 2014 single “Had Ten Dollaz.” Also, check out their "What's In My Bag?" episode below:

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New "What's In My Bag?" Episode With Regulo Caro

Posted by Amoebite, March 24, 2015 07:25pm | Post a Comment

Regulo Caro at Amoeba Hollywood

Regulo Caro has quickly become a powerhouse in the Regional Mexican scene. At age 16, Caro began performing with a band locally and developing his craft. After attending college and earning his degree in business administration, Caro began pursuing music. Finding early success as a songwriter, Caro's songs were covered by the likes of Julion Alvarez, Los Bohemios de Sinaloa, Los Nuevos Rebeldes, and Raul Hernandez to name a few. Backed by Del Recrods, who are at the forefront of the modern day regional Mexican scene with young stars like Gerardo Ortiz and Luis Coronel, Caro is poised to have a long, successful career.

Reguloa CaroWith three albums under his belt, Regulo released his fourth offering, Senzu-Rah (Del Records), in October 2014. Caro says this album is a stance against censorship the alternative corrido genre has faced. Described as a fusion sound embracing hints of norteƃ±o, reggae, banda and metal, Senzu-Rah, is Caro's most ambitous effort yet. The 15 track album is packed with catchy hooks, with most songs coming in at under two minutes in length. 

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Two New Exclusive J Dilla Releases Out April 18 for Record Store Day

Posted by Amoebite, March 20, 2015 11:42am | Post a Comment

J  Dilla

Among Record Store Day's usual crop of fancy reissues and rare, previously unreleased tracks, standouts include two new 7" releases from legendary hip hop producer J Dilla

J. Dilla Fuck the Police Record Store Day
 

The love and obsession for Dilla's work is unparalleled in the underground world of hip hop. J Dilla is and was a rare gem of a musical icon whose work influenced artists from all areas of the industry. Producers from Kanye West to Madlib will tell you Dilla was the best at capturing the right drum sound. Any time a collector can get their hands on some rare Dilla, it's always a big deal. Dilla's oeuvre was made for vinyl. 

Nine years after the beloved producer and rapper's untimely passing, the Detroit native's classic, long out-of-print single "Fuck the Police" is being reissued as a badge-shaped 7" picture disc. Remastered from J Dilla's original mixes, the single is being put out by Pay Jay Productions, an imprint revived by the Estate of James Yancey. Originally released as a 12", the forthcoming 7" will be released backed with the instrumental track "Funk the Police." The picture disc comes in a Japanese-style clear plastic sleeve suitable for display.

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