5/13/2017 – Actress, Laurel Halo, Eartheater & Sage Caswell

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Mount Analog and Ninja Tune present

ACTRESS (Live)

with special guests and exclusive one-off appearances from

LAUREL HALO (DJ)
EARTHEATER (Live)
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SAGE CASWELL (DJ)

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Saturday May 13
Globe Theater Basement
740 S Broadway, Downtown Los Angeles

9pm – 2am

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Rounding out a trio of events billed nationwide next month, Ninja Tune are very pleased to team up with Mount Analog to present a show at the Globe Theatre Basement on Saturday, May 13 in Los Angeles. Heading up the occasion is tangential techno tycoon Actress, joined by Laurel Halo,Eartheater and Sage Caswell for a night of musical miscellany.

Actress comes to Los Angeles hot on the heels of the release of AZD on Ninja Tune, his fifth studio album under the Actress moniker and one hailed by fans and critics alike as an instant classic. His appearance at the Globe is his first in the city in nearly three years and brings with it a never-before-seen live show in keeping with the “new music system” the record embodies.

Another artist redefining the form and function of electronic compositions, Laurel Halo, joins the bill to perform live and further foray into the sensory fringe. Her releases for Rvng Intl., Hyperdub Records and Hippos In Tankshave been received to high praise, most recently on 2015’s acclaimed In Situ EP for Honest Jon’s.

New York-based jill-of-all-trades Eartheater comes to LA armed with an inimitable approach to performance. A skilled multi-instrumentalist, composer, singer, poet, choreographer, dancer and visual artist, her productions have colored the underground via release on experimental keystone Hausu Mountain and are most strikingly experienced in the flesh.

Rounding out the bill is local linchpin Sage Caswell, a DJ and producer well-known on the LA circuit for his involvement in the Far Away mixtape and party series. More recently his prowess has taken an international turn with celebrated output on Archie Pelago Music, 100% Silk and more, including last year’s Hoop Earring, his debut LP on Spring Theory.

Tickets for the event are now available via Mount Analog and Restless Nites.

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Diamanda Galas – 4.3.17

2nd night added!

Spaceland and Mount Analog present:

An evening with DIAMANDA GALAS

April 3, 2017

at the VIBIANA,  214 S Main St, Los Angeles, CA 90012 

Doors   7pm / 21+

Tickets available at Mount Analog and  www.spaceland.tv

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The Official LA Art Book Fair (LAABF) Afterparty – 2.25.2017

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Printed Matter and Mount Analog present
The Official LA Art Book Fair (LAABF) Afterparty
Saturday Feb 25, 2017
7p – 4a

The Regent DTLA
448 S Main St

AGAINST ALL LOGIC
DJ – special guest / secret alias !
(Other People)

SOPHIE
Live

GAIKA
Live debut
(Warp Records)

JULIANA HUXTABLE
DJ
(Discwoman)

YVES TUMOR
Live
(PAN / NON)

MARIE DAVIDSON
Live
(Cititrax)

BILL KOULIGAS
DJ
(PAN)

COOPER SAVER B2B JOCK CLUB
DJ

Lighting + Stage Design by Taran Thunderhorse
(Arca, Ty Dolla $ign, Sky Ferreira)

This event benefits Printed Matter, the world’s leading non-profit organization dedicated to the dissemination, understanding and appreciation of artists’ books.

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Tickets available at Mount Analog + Printed Matter booth (during LAABF) for no fees

Or online via TicketFly:
https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1422084?utm_medium=bks

Limited release at doors

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In this community many of us are connected to the Oakland tragedy. The grief is currently unbearable and our hearts are also out to everyone touched by this event — if anyone in the LA area needs any support or a hug, or to talk, we are here for you. Cash Askew was a beloved friend and part of the Mount Analog family. Sweet, beautiful Cash. Safe travels

The music, the friendships born out of it, the spaces that protect the music and the love: hold fast and cherish and support each other because for many of us… This is all we’ve got.

How to directly support family of those affected by the Oakland fire:

https://www.youcaring.com/firevictimsofoaklandfiredec232016-706684

 

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Raime, Daniel Higgs, Noveller & Pod Blotz @ Hollywood Forever 10/14

Mount Analog presents

Live at the Masonic Lodge inside the Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Raime

Daniel Higgs

Noveller

Pod Blotz

with special guest

Devendra Banhart (DJ set)

Friday October 14 2016

$28

Tickets – http://www.hollywoodforever.com/culture

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Demdike Stare at The Getty

Saturday, September 10th.  Our dear friends will be playing the Getty Center,  accompanied by DJ sets from our very own Mahssa.
Enjoy outdoor music and evening views of the city and drink in the refreshing summer exhibitions in a casual and spontaneous atmosphere. The evenings feature performances by your soon-to-be favorite bands, along with DJ sets to open and close the night.

Demdike Stare

Date: Saturday, September 10, 2016
Time: 6:00–9:00 p.m.
Location: Museum Courtyard
Admission: Free; no reservation required.

The J. Paul Getty Museum presents critically acclaimed British electronic music duo Demdike Stare who will perform an original live set created in response to atmosphere of the Getty and to complement the exhibitionLondon Calling: Bacon, Freud, Kossoff, Andrews, Auerbach, and Kitajas part of the Saturdays off the 405 series.

Demdike Stare is a collaboration between DJ/producers Sean Canty and Miles Whittaker, two childhood friends from the north of England with voracious appetites for record collecting. After years spent mining vinyl bins, they developed a musicologist’s breadth of knowledge spanning genres, with a penchant for obscure and occult recordings. Demdike Stare’s music weaves together a complex web of sound from this deep body of source material, exploring everything from Dub, House, Techno, Hip Hop, and Psychedelic Rock, to Free Jazz, Industrial and Noise music. Beyond standard records, they also mine curiosities from stock library music, found-sounds from everyday life, like church bells, or from staged field recordings, such as the destruction of several pianos. Blurring the line between sampled and original sound, the result is not quite dance music, but a singular, textured, and immersive music of their own.

Throughout their numerous recordings released since 2009, including their stunning debut Symbiosis and the 3-disc album Tryptych, Demdike Stare has been distinguished by their affinity for a dark, ominous sound. In addition to the strange monochrome symbols they use as album art, they sometimes perform alongside striking clips culled from macabre and cult films from the 1960s and ’70s, whose tension and mystery complement the music’s ethereal sense of environment that seems to emanate from the unconscious. This totality creates, as tastemaker music website Resident Advisor writes, “a prismatic refraction of the possibilities of the hauntological, found-sound realm…, a ghostly walk through dark English woods of fog and drone.” Demdike Stare have brought their bewitching experience to a string of unique venues including cathedrals, museums like London’s Barbican Center, and to live-score early cinema at the British Film Institute.

At the Getty Center, the bold and cinematic sound of Demdike Stare is offered up as a kind of soundtrack for the intensity and horror of Francis Bacon’s distorted faces, the psychological complexity of Lucian Freud’s portraits, and the rich and varied styles of the “School of London” painters, who also drew from a vast array of source material—from the mundane to the arcane. Like the exhibition’s artists, who looked to figuration in an era that largely leaned toward abstraction, Demdike Stare stands out for their reference-driven, narrative impulse, characterized by the substance of the tangible world, when most electronic music floats in oblivion. Furthermore, like the artists in London Calling, who represent some of the greatest achievements in British painting of their time, Demdike Stare exemplifies the sophisticated and thriving electronic music movement that has especially flourished in Britain.

Appearing as part of a highly limited set of dates in the United States, and immediately following shows with their Modern Love label partner and collaborator Andy Stott, Demdike Stare performs an original live set created specifically for the Getty Center courtyard stage, as sundown deepens into night.

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