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This Ain't No Disco! Revolution in Late 70’s music

The Art of Music LA

Sunday, June 24, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)

This Ain't No Disco!  Revolution in Late 70’s music

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Come to tonight’s third installment of The Art of Music and hear live sets by three LA-based bands you almost definitely HAVEN’T HEARD BEFORE…but want to.

Heroes and Heroines – Their gorgeous debut single “Two Weeks” was recorded entirely on tape (no Pro Tools), then transferred directly to vinyl for a uniquely beautiful -- and uniquely 70s -- sound. 

Minimum Contacts – Late 70s goth, new wave and post punk combine in Chad Haes’ devilish mix of morose, profane and apocalyptic romance.  Joy Division meet The Sound meets Awesome. 

The Skabbs – Technical prowess + garage punk, combining virtually EVERY important genre of the late 70s into a pastiche unlike any other.  Originally formed in 77, they just released their 1st album. 

PLUS a very special panel on what made the late 70s such an incredible time in music, featuring:  

David J. (bassist from Bauhaus)

Prescott Niles (bassist from The Knack)

Phil Gallo Film and Music writer for Billboard

Ken Callait Co-producer of Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours (44 million sold) and daughter Colbie Callait

Scott Goldman  VP of the Grammy Foundation

DJ sets by David J, rare vinyl collections and delicious food and wine included.
Join us TONIGHT 6-9pm @ 1431 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica 90404.  

Tickets $25

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Bleicher/Golightly and Jeanie Madsen Galleries



Sunday, June 24, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)


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