Event: The Petersen Automotive Museum presents  “The Porsche Effect”

Event: The Petersen Automotive Museum presents “The Porsche Effect”

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Most of you probably don’t know this but I am a huge car guy. Porsche’s especially have been a passion of mine since I first saw a poster of a 69 Spyder when I was 6 years old. I never forgot that beautiful car and I’ve been lucky to see a few in the flesh since. Now it looks like I’ll get to see one of the finest vault collections of Porsche’s in the world and I’ll have photographer George Karalexis with me so i can share some of these amazing vehicles with you. The event is private and you must know the contact to RSVP but I’ll list the info below just incase you have the plug!

WHEN: Thursday, February 1st, 2017
10:30 AM – 12:30 PM

WHO: Opening remarks by Brittanie Kinch, guest curator

WHAT: The most comprehensive displays of the marque outside of Stuttgart, “The Porsche Effect” will focus on the impact of the iconic German brand from a cultural and design perspective, offering a selection of sports and race cars along with renderings, engines and billboards.

Petersen Automotive Museum
6060 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036

Goose Island & DoLA Present: Baby Girl – @ The Echoplex – 6/2

Goose Island & DoLA Present: Baby Girl – @ The Echoplex – 6/2

DoLA is back with another epic Migration week event, this year teaming up with Baby Girl at The Echoplex for what will surly be an awesome night of hip hop and R&B. Goose Island is pulling out all of the stops with free beers and ice cream for the first 100 people + VIPs will have a special area set inside of the club for easy access to cold beer. Also being featured at this event will be an awesome photo booth, Food Trucks, live screen printing and some awesome DJs will be bumping your favorite ladies all night long. They even got Kronica from Soulection to come through.

The event is free before 10:00 pm but you have to RSVP at DoLA.com.

You must be 21+ to attend!



FLYGRLS round 4 w/ Softest Hard, Amy Pham, Millie and Von Kiss

FLYGRLS round 4 w/ Softest Hard, Amy Pham, Millie and Von Kiss


Girl power has been a very hot topic in 2016. While I have always been down to back up my creative sisters, there is a group of awesome females throwing a very cool party in LA and it’s back for it’s 4th edition on 9/24. Check out the info below and be sure to pick up a ticket to see Softest Hard, Amy Pham, Millie and Von Kiss at The Regent Theater in DTLA. You know I’ll be there!

RSVP & Buy tickets here. 




FLYGRLS is a benefit dance party based in Los Angeles with a mission to support and celebrate female artists, brands and organizations.

We want to create a party with a purpose by offering a platform for female artists to network, get inspired, all while having a good time on the dance floor.

SPACELAND, LOVE+MADE, LADIES FIRST, and THIS IS A LOVE SONG believe in giving back to community and will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Downtown Women’s center, the only organization in Los Angeles exclusively dedicated to addressing needs of women overcoming poverty and homelessness in Skid Row.

With a full female DJ and artist line up performing on stage, the venue will be filled with empowered influencers alike. Get ready to celebrate the LADIES movement.#FLYGRLSLA














AGE: 21+

TIME: 9:30PM – 2AM




DoLA is looking for a few GOOD interns.

DoLA is looking for a few GOOD interns.

‪#‎FunFact‬ – Many of my previous interns have gone on to do amazing things including working with Dr. Luke, Producing instrumentals for Drake and producing The Red Bull Sound Spaces for The World Famous KROQ. Now it’s time to make some magic happen at DoLA . We are looking for 3 new interns for next year who are in need of college credit / experience in the entertainment industry.

THIS IS NOT JUST A MUSIC JOB – We do everything here from content creation & marketing, to throwing events with major sponsors & brands, to promoting concerts and shows of all genres and you may even get some sales experience if that’s what you are interested in.

Some of the perks do include tickets & access to amazing shows & events, crazy networking opportunities, & the experience of working with one of the biggest event listing networks in the US.
Please feel free to tag your friends in the comments or you can reach out to me directly if you have any questions. More information can be found below.

Click here for more info.

Nap Girls Int’l Present: #NapTimeLA – 10/28/2015

Nap Girls Int’l Present: #NapTimeLA – 10/28/2015

As promised, here is the official info on the Nap Girls first LA event.

Get Your tickets (for free) right here.

Clear your calendars and schedule your naps accordingly, the first Nap Girls party is coming atcha and promises to be an unforgettable night of dance music, friendship, kickball, checking my Soundcloud fam, and feminism. All but two of those are true.

The party will take place at Mid City Arthouse – we’ll provide the chunes, and libations, while you hit us with your lovely face/body combos by showing up and…that’s it. Just come by, have a rad time, and be a part of the movement promoting equality in the dance music industry (and beyond!).

Entry to the event will be Free.99 (YAY!), with optional donation to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation – because what better way to celebrate and support women than to fight back at a disease that affects so many of us and our loved ones? There will also be options to donate at the bar, so many opportunities to give!

Musical guests will be abundant and include -but are not limited to -humans who are DJs, DJs wearing black, DJs with faces, DJs with hair, DJs with talent, and special guest Abi Getto on the kazoo.

We can’t thank you all enough for your support in our endeavor to enlighten, educate and fight gender inequality in our society. This is an issue that stems way beyond the dance music industry, but by giving our voice we hope to inspire women all over the world – in all industries – to speak out against institutionalized injustices.

Thanks again, and hope to see you all there!!
xxx and zzz

MEAUX GREEN –  MMW 2015 Performances

MEAUX GREEN – MMW 2015 Performances

The homie Meaux Green will be in Miami this week doing his thing at some of the freshest events that South Beach has to offer. The best thing about MMW, is that you can find a party with whatever sound are feeling at the time and If you happen to be looking for that super party, traptastic, turn up sort of feeling, then a party with MG is a no brainer. Info and tickets can be found below.

Get Tickets here.

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Sole & DJ Pain 1  – 9/19 @ The Echo

Sole & DJ Pain 1 – 9/19 @ The Echo

This show is fucking 10 dollars right now. Sole was one of the most influential emcees of my young Hip Hop career and I am intrigued to see what he sounds like today. His track bottle of humans still rides on my iphone to this day and if you are a fan of 90s and early 2000s independent / Underground – Hip hop, then you should come out and see one of the original dudes do his thing for what will surly be an older, less turnt audience.

Buy Tickets here.

Here is some info on the guys:




In 1998 he founded Anticon Records, the first collectively owned indie Hip-Hop label in the United States. Since then, Sole has played over a thousand shows throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, the Middle East and Japan. In 2009, Sole pulled his masters from anticon and has re-invented himself as a new kind of artist, business, and political entity. His music has been recently featured in major media outlets such as Rolling Stone, 2DopeBoyz, Pitchfork, MTV, Impose, Huffington Post, Spin, Alarm Press, All Hip-hop, Alternet and many more. Sole has released ten full-length studio albums and over a dozen mixtapes. In 2009, together with award winning visual artist, Ravi Zupa, he published The Pyre, an illustrated epic poem exploring empire, radical philosophy, anti-capitalism, and collapse. Throughout his career Sole has been known as one to push the limits in terms of genre and content and is widely heralded as a pioneer of avant garde & experimental rap music. In 2013, Sole launched “The Solecast”, a podcast featuring long form interviews with academics, artists and activists. Sole’s activism reaches beyond the studio and stage into his everyday life where he is deeply involved material and logistical support to many projects that engage directly in the class struggle.
DJ Pain 1

DJ Pain 1

Known for his 2008 break-out beat on “Don’t Do It” for Young Jeezy’s platinum-selling album “The Recession”, producer DJ Pain 1 stays busy. He tours as a DJ, produces full albums, as well as creating original and free content for the producer community – this Hip-Hop musician takes no breaks.

Pain 1 spent the late 90’s cultivating his hip-hop sensibilities through graffiti, DJing and beatmaking. He juggled a youth service/teaching career with creating music, often times marrying the two worlds– he co-founded the first hip-hop performing arts program to be hosted in an institute of higher education in his
city. Once Pain 1 decided to focus on his production career, his resume quickly grew to include both legendary hip-hop acts (Public Enemy, Kool G Rap, MC Lyte) as well as contemporary hit-makers (Juicy J, 2 Chainz, 50 Cent). He has also garnered attention for his multiple Youtube video series on both production
technique and music business know-how.

“[T]he next truth in sonic production.” – Chuck D of Public Enemy
Pain 1 has done a lot for Madison’s hip-hop rep and a lot for others period, either as a beatsmith for Young Jeezy and Kool G Rap or as an educator working in the community.” – The AV Club
“DJ Pain 1 providesthe cure for the common beat.” – 77Square Magazine

Event: Just Blaze This Friday @ Control

Event: Just Blaze This Friday @ Control

This Friday one of the greatest hip hop producers/DJs of all time will be gracing the legendary stage at Avalon in Hollywood for another crazy night with the guys Control. You know I’m going to be there going crazy while trying to get Just Blaze to notice my rare vintage polo button down and I know the kids will be extra turnt up to hear some bangers. Toi get you all warmed up for Friday, here is a fat mix of all kinds of Just Blaze goodness. Tickets can be purchased HERE for mad cheap. See you there.