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Get Tickets at Amoeba Hollywood to JazzReggae Fest on May 25-26

Posted by Billy Gil, April 30, 2014 04:55pm | Post a Comment

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UCLA’s 28th annual JazzReggae Fest has announced its lineup, and we’ve got your tickets for the show May 25-26.

Tickets for the fest Memorial Day Weekend at UCLA’s Intramural Field are $35 per day. Children 8 years old and under are free. Pick up single day tickets at Amoeba Hollywood with only a $4 service fee while tickets last! (Limit four tickets per purchaser. Store credit and coupons cannot be used toward buying tickets. Call the store at 323-245-6400 or check this blog to find out if tickets are still available.)

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Aloe Blacc live at Amoeba

The “Jam Day” May 25 features rapper Snoop Dogg, neo-soul acts Aloe Blacc and The Internet, Georgia Anne Muldrow, and Sarah Reich’s Tap Music Project Featuring Lee How & Nico Rubio, led by performer / choreographer Reich and featuring footwork by a group of talented performers.

“Reggae Day” on May 26 features reggae artists Ky-Mani Marley, Black Uhuru, Kevin Lyttle, Gramps Morgan of Morgan Heritage, Sister Carol and Fortunate Youth.

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"Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton (This Is Stones Throw Records)" To Premiere At LA Film Festival

Posted by Billyjam, May 29, 2013 03:32pm | Post a Comment

OUR VINYL WEIGHS A TON (This Is Stones Throw Records) Teaser from Gatling Pictures on Vimeo.

A while in the making the anticipated documentary about Peanut Butter Wolf's (PBW) revered Bay Area founded / LA based Stones Throw Records label, previewed above, will get its world premiere screening during next month's 2013 LA Film Festival when Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton (This Is Stones Throw Records) will screen on both June 21st and 22nd. Via concert footage, interviews, never-before-seen archival material, and "inner-circle home video and photographs" the film traces the rich and illustrious history of the label that was founded in 1996 and in the years since has released quality material from such talents as Madlib/Quasimoto, Madvillain, James Pants, Dam-Funk, Karriem Riggins, J-Rocc, Homeboy Sandman, Quakers, Strong Arm Steady, J-Dilla, Aloe Blacc, the late great Charizma (PBW's musical partner who was killed 20 years ago) and Wolf himself - to name but some. Advance tickets and more details on the ten day (June 13 - June 23rd) LA Film Festival.

Silver Lake Jubilee Schedule Announced

Posted by Amoebite, April 24, 2012 10:40pm | Post a Comment
UPDATE 5/25: Two-day passes are now $10 off at Amoeba Hollywood! Weekend passes are now $25 (plus $2 service fee).

The schedule for the 2012 Silver Lake Jubilee has been announced! The festival takes place on Memorial Day weekend in Los Angeles and features two days of music, comedy, food trucks, vendors, beer gardens, and more.

You can purchase two-day passes to the Jubilee at Amoeba Hollywood for $37 (this includes a $2 facility fee). 

Saturday, May 26:
12 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Sunday, May 27:
12 p.m. to 10:00 p.m
KINKY
Autolux
La Santa Cecilia
Las Cafeteras 
Letting Up Despite Great Faults
FIDLAR 
Matthewdavid
Allah-Las 
Virtual Boy
XBXRX 
La Vampires
Soft Metals
Moses Campbell
Catwalk
Dunes
JJAMZ 
Leech
Leslie Stevens & The Badgers
Robert DeLong
Wildcat! Wildcat!
Threeway
Black Boots
Public School Rocks
Aloe Blacc
Family of the Year 
La Sera
The Soft Pack
Abe Vigoda 
Maya Jupiter
LAKE 
Princeton 
Eastern Conference Champions 
TEARIST
Incan Abraham 
Gangi 
Chasing Kings
Summer Twins
Heatwave 
Contact Field Orchestra 
Manhattan Murder Mystery
Batwings Catwings
The Mormons
The Dharma Bums
Bright Beast
Little Guy
Silverlake Conservatory of Music



Silver Lake Jubilee 2012 Tickets Available at Amoeba Hollywood

Posted by Amoebite, March 13, 2012 05:27pm | Post a Comment

Silver Lake JubileeThis year's Silver Lake Jubilee in Los Angeles is on Memorial Day weekend May 26 and 27. The two day neighborhood festival may be its biggest yet with more than 35 bands, 40 comedians and performers, food trucks, craft vendors, and beer/wine for the 21-and-overs.

You can purchase two-day passes to the Jubilee at Amoeba Hollywood for $37 (this includes a $2 facility fee). 

One of the cool things about the festival, aside from all the great bands, is its focus on environmental sustainability. You are very much encouraged to bring your own container and pour water for FREE from the fountains provided on site (that's a lovely change from other festivals that charge ridiculous amounts of money for very small bottles of water). Vendors use compostable food containers, and recycling and composting happens during the festival. Big no-nos inside the Jubilee include single-use plastic bags, Styrofoam, balloons, or other non-recyclable containers. 

When: Memorial Day Weekend, May 26 & 27

  • 12 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 26
  • 12 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 27

Where: Santa Monica Blvd., with entrances from Sunset Blvd. and Commonwealth

Here is the lineup (so far):



Abe Vigoda performing at Amoeba Hollywood in 2008:


Aloe Blacc Unveils New Video for "Good Things" Album Track "You Make Me Smile"

Posted by Billyjam, March 6, 2012 08:19am | Post a Comment

Aloe Blacc "You Make Me Smile"

Yesterday Stones Throw Records unveiled the brand new Aloe Blacc video, "You Make Me Smile" - the latest music video from the SoCal neo-soul artist's ever-popular album Good Things. Although the album was originally released back in the Fall of 2010, when the Orange County native celebrated its release with a record release party/in-store performance at Amoeba Hollywood, it continues to sell well due to the popularity of such tracks as "Green Lights,"  "Hey Brother," "Loving You Is Killing Me," his version of the Velvet Underground & Nico's "Femme Fatale," and of course the album's standout soul-stirring track "I Need A Dollar," which many people discovered as the theme music for the HBO television series How To Make It In America. That song, which immediately confirms why Aloe Blacc has been heralded as a modern day Marvin Gaye, sounds like classic '60's/'70's soul but simultaneously acts as the perfect soundtrack to these economically challenging times for many in America.

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