BASTARD JAZZ 20TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
- 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm | Sunday November 14, 2021
- Upstairs | Ace Hotel Los Angeles
Sonically varied and tastefully-curated, the Brooklyn based independent label Bastard Jazz Recordings is an artist and producer-centric imprint that draws from the tidepools of Dub, Latin, Hip-Hop, Afro, Downtempo, Disco and House music, all the while maintaining a vibe that is unabashedly unique. Birthed in 2001, the label has steadily built a global following of passionate devotees through a consistent marathon of vinyl releases, boundary-bending compilations and albums that have become collector’s items among music tastemakers from all corners of the dancefloor. With a borderless roster of artists from New York to New Zealand, coupled with an ever-lasting commitment to pressing wax, Bastard Jazz has come to be known as “your favorite DJ’s favorite label”, boasting such talent as Lord Echo, Illa J, Captain Planet, Potatohead People, Colm K, The Elder Statesman, Brit Manor, Kid Loco and many more. Dynamic projects such as the label’s ‘Tempo Dreams’ series have proven to be a stepping stone for emerging talent thanks to partner curators such as Tall Black Guy, Teeko & B.Bravo and Soul Clap.An evening of house, disco, new disco and tropical beats.
Come celebrate 20 years with Bastard Jazz Recordings complete with this epic bicoastal DJ Lineup:
B. Bravo (NYC), Bad Colours (NYC), Captain Planet (LA), DRM (NYC), Plann.B (LA) + Surprise Guests.
Other events happening on Nov 14, 2021
Pop-Up Magazine Fall 2021 Issue at Theatre
Pop-Up Magazine Fall 2021 Issue
Upcoming events at Ace Hotel Los Angeles
PURPLE MUSIC at Upstairs
You don’t have to be rich. You don’t have to be cool. Ain’t no particular kind. Just join us Upstairs for Purple Music, celebrating all eras of Prince. 21 + / No Cover.
Purple Rain at Theatre
Nederlander Concerts Presents Purple Rain 7PM Doors | 8PM Show Purple Rain, which premiered in 1984, is the loosely autobiographical film centered about the Kid (Prince, in his acting debut) as an up and coming Minneapolis musician and his band the Revolution. The film follows the artist as he battles family demons, an ongoing rivalry in the form of Morris Day & The Time, and a rocky romantic relationship with singer Apollonia (Apollonia Kotero). The film is Rated R. Prince’s…