for a limited time you can download Classixx’s new single Into The Valley at Green Label Sound for free here, and they’re celebrating the new release with a free show at Dance Right tomorrow night with Cosmic Kids and Mad Decent label’s Paul Devro (few Devro downloads here). rsvp here.
“Los Angeles-based DJ/producer duo Classixx are the West Coast’s answer to contemporary disco. Classixx (aka Michael David and Tyler Blake) met while at middle school in the suburbs of LA and the two have played music together ever since. Having officially formed in 2007, Classixx have since toured the world and have become one of the most respected duos in US dance music. “Into The Valley” (feat. Karl Dixon) is Classixx’s 2nd official single and features the soulful vocals of Brooklyn Gospel singer, Karl Dixon. We first fell in love with Classixx when they remixed Holy Ghost!’s “I Will Come Back” for us. Check out Classixx’s site at Classixx.la.”
“Join us for the Year of the Rabbit Lolita Tea Party!
TONIGHT, 8:00pm – midnight
Tune in Tokyo presents “Year of the Rabbit Lolita Tea Party,” featuring the Tune in Tokyo DJs, a Lolita meet-up, Cosplay in America photobooth by Ejen Chuang, and special musical guest Lolita Dark! Lolita, Steampunk, fantasy, and rabbit-inspired attire is encouraged! “
Photo Gallery: First Fridays with Little Dragon and Sister Crayon @ Natural History Museum in Los Angeles
priceless ancient treasures are subject to live bands, throbbing bass and an audience completely loaded up on booze every First Friday @ Los Angeles’ Natural History Museum. this year’s season was kicked off by Little Dragon and Sister Crayon and WTTD was there to learn stuff while breaking lots of irreplaceable artifacts. check out our pics from the evening of dry discussion and knocking down some fucking dinosaurs here, and stay tuned for more information on upcoming shows, including classical/hip hop violinist Miguel Atwood-Ferguson and special guests who are headlining February’s installment. get your tickets in advance here, tickets to the band area always sells out.