VinylMoonVol1ReleaseParty

Vinyl Moon Launch Party TOMORROW (Saturday 8/29) in Los Angeles @ The Satellite

Our recent mixtape vinyl record club VINYL MOON is teaming up with the awesome Saturday indie dance party Dance Yourself Clean to celebrate the release of VINYL MOON: Volume 1. We will be listening to the record, diving into the artwork, enjoying surprise performances by a few of the Volume 1 artists, and generally have a grand old time. If you have never been to Dance Yourself clean you are in for a treat.

Details:

Schedule of Events:

  • 9-10pm: Volume 1 vinyl listening party
  • 9-10p: Vinyl Moon Happy Hour
  • 10p-2a: DYC dance party
  • 11pm: Surprise performance by a Volume 1 artist
  • 12am: Surprise performance by another Volume 1 artist

I hope to see you there tomorrow!

Conrad Roset

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Hilo Chen

Neon Indian – “Annie”

Neon Indian is back and sounding better than ever. I don’t know where he’s been hiding but it sounds like it may have involved a time machine fueled by warm beer and tanning lotion. Lets hope the whole upcoming album is just as delightfully sweaty.  Read more

Josh Keyes and Brin Levinson

Meeka Kates – “Closure”

Make yourself at home among the dimly lit streets and crusty creatures of your local metropolis with the smooth swagger of Meeka Kates in your ear. “Closure” is exactly the kind of multi-purpose jam you can use  to ramp up, get wild, or come down to. All slippery grooves and sultry whispers over a muted DMX (?) sample that keeps things moving on pace. Read more

Yago Hortal

Passport To Stockholm – “Chemistry”

Sometime “All At Once” is exactly how it happens. You are just sitting there with a knife full of butter waiting for the toast to be done and suddenly it hits you. The thoughts are bright colors rushing through your blood and you realize how foolish you have been to deny it. You have to text them right now! No, call! The toast can wait!  Read more

Steve Kim

The Palms – “Breaking (In The Summer)”

If you are doing it right, Summer should be full of hot days, long nights, jangly pop songs, and a bit of lusty heart break. Perhaps you are living own tale of sexual discovery under the ocean breeze? Foggier memories reveal even foggier motivations as you navigate the treacherous waters of the rest of your life.  Read more

Izziyana Suhaimi

Sjowgren – “Seventeen”

If you ever come across a girl as patient, understanding, and talented I suggest you don’t take more than the second she offers you to breathe because with songs this endlessly catchy under her belt she wont be waiting around for your indecisive ass very long. Blink to hard and she will be hanging out of a convertible ripping through corn fields on her way to a barbecue that will have the biggest bonfire ever. And you wont even have anything in the fridge to eat.  Read more

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Story of the Running Wolf – “Electric”

The lords of lasers and late nights are finally back with a loooong awaited follow up to “Stratospheric”. Time to mount whatever fantastical steed your are riding these days and head for the clouds so you can catch glimpse of the glowing drum sticks and reflective spandex that make SOTRW’s live shows so epic. Then take the scenic route back to earth with “Electric” cranked high and your eyelids hanging low. Its been a good night.

“Electric” is the title track from the upcoming EP available 9.9.15  Read more