Gearing up for the upcoming release of his new album, Dirty South will be spending three straight weeks this March getting down and dirty behind a camera in Los Angeles, capturing and creating visuals to accompany and bring the music to life. Besides the cinematic scenery at his disposal in and around L.A., Dirty South is looking for enthusiastic fans, with a passion for the his music, to join the creative process of this film by being in it.
If the name hasn’t already captured your heart, have no fear, there’s a lot more where that came from.
If you're looking to give this spot a try, check out the "bacon-themed" event happening on March 15. Chef Fed will be kicking off the 2014 private dining series with a six-course meal centered completely around bacon! Best of all, tickets are available to non-members as well, so everyone is welcome while there is still availability!
LA is a city built for food, we don’t care what anyone else tells you. Every year, culinary masters from all over the globe follow their dreams and find themselves in this smoggy metropolis, ready to tease and tantalize our pallets with their wares. This relentless cycle of new talent presents dazzling new trends, and we're not just talking about beet salad and the rise of the Brussel’s sprout (be warned: celery will be back). We're talking about trends in service, economics, and culture. And in keeping up with the Joneses, many of LA’s elder statesmen have lost their way, which is why we were so refreshed to learn that Bagatelle LA is bringing back brunch in a big way. A back-to-basics big way.
On January 30th, Steve Aoki's Dim Mak label and AC Slater, the mastermind behind Party Like Us Records, will host the launch of Night Bass at Sound Nightclub in Los Angeles. Recognized as the king of bass heavy house, AC Slater himself will be at the forefront of the madness on opening night alongside Dirtybird producer, Christian Martin. Featuring support from Astronomar, Petey Clicks, and Bones for the opening event, Night Bass will solidify itself as a must-see, major showcasing of late night, bass-crazy talent from all around the world.
In Los Angeles, the first ever burrito vending machine was installed in a local convenience store on Santa Monica Blvd. The company, unsurprisingly called Burritobox,offers five different 100% natural burrito types, including flavors like chorizo sausage, egg, and cheese, and free-range chicken, bean, and cheese. You can add condiments like guacamole, sour cream, and Tabasco sauce for an additional price, but the burrito by itself costs just $3. After you use the touch-screen interface and pay for your food, a nice music video plays while your snack heats up.
Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland, better known as The Crystal Method, are starting off 2014 strong with the upcoming release of their self-titled fifth studio album The Crystal Method this January 14th on Tiny e Records. As a special post New Years treat, the duo has decided to make the entire album available for early streaming via Pandora and HypeM until the release date.
Starting at 9pm sharp and roaring well into the new year, NYE 2014 at The ChineseTheater promises all the glitz, glamour, and gilded lilies you’d expect from Hollywood’s most infamous red carpet venue. A five-hour hosted (read: OPEN) bar accents the eve on top of a multitude of equally lush amenities, ranging from free party favors and champagne as the ball drops to entertainment from LA’s own Goshfather & Jinco. This might not be your grandfather’s NYE shindig, but you can bet that all of the Old Hollywood-style Brown-Derby-and-beyond will fill the iconic theater’s halls.
Hollywood is a district of Los Angeles that is known worldwide as the home of the entertainment industry. Movies, celebrities and the like come alive in Hollywood. The famous area of California is not only famous for its inhabitants and careers, but also for some of the best and glamorous nightlife that the Westcoast has to offer.
Feel like a glamorous movie star as you receive the 5-star treatment at LA's landmark Chinese Theater. Spend this New Year's Eve in the lavish theater as you enjoy a 5-hour premium open bar (9 pm - 2 am), party favors, music and a champagne toast at midnight! Ring in 2014 like a true movie star and don't miss this NYE party! General admission ticket with cash bar is $35 and a ticket for a hosted bar is $65