Escándalo

Bootleg Theater, DoLA, Late Night Laggers and Jack Daniel's Present

Escándalo

La Goony Chonga, Tomasa del Real, Chico Sonido, Helikonia, Bianca Oblivion, Chaboi, Canyonazo, kidbusiness

Sat. November 11, 2017

9:00 pm

Bootleg Theater

Los Angeles, CA

$6 - $15

This event is 21 and over

9 pm DOORS

Set Times will be posted on Instagram the day of show

La Goony Chonga
La Goony Chonga
LA REINA DE TREAGGAETON
Tomasa del Real
Tomasa del Real
Iquique, Chile
Chico Sonido
Chico Sonido
Born Jose Rosas, producer is originally from Ciudad Obregón, the
second largest city in the Mexican state of Sonora. He grew up
listening to rancheras and banda, later watching movimiento alterado take hold among his peers. A member of Monterrey’s wildly innovative tribal guarachero scene, which launched 3Ball MTY, Rosas subsequently moved to Los Angeles, where he became involved with the Freak City collective best known for its bootleg streetwear remixes and high-octane social scene.
Helikonia
Helikonia
Helikonia is a Colombian-born, US-raised DJ who currently lives
in Los Angeles. Growing up immersed in salsa, merengue, ballenatos,
and reggaeton, she’s brought these sounds into her present – playing classics out with contemporary hits from genres like perreo, cumbia, and baile funk, and infusing them with futuristic electronic styles like trance and rap. Through her DJing, Helikonia heads up the LA branch of Intersessions, an artist-run workshop and seminar series that focuses on bringing more women, LGBTQ and people of colour into DJing and production.
Bianca Oblivion
Bianca Oblivion
Her main mission: to inspire you to dance.
With two master’s degrees, Bianca Oblivion has spent time living in
the East and West coast (currently resides in Los Angeles) and has 10 years of DJing under her belt. She sprinkles some of her Hispanic
roots and Jersey house into her tracks. Tropical, “grimey” and hype
are three words Bianca would use to describe her musical style. “I
love fast dances…You can be jumping up and down sweating or like when you’re dancing and that one beat hits, and you’re just like…feeling it,” said Bianca. Her description marries perfectly with one of her recent live DJ sets alongside Anna Lunoe during the Hyper House fall tour this past year. “She [Anna Lunoe] started doing Hyper House live events in LA, and we would go and I met her in-person. She was really sweet and we all just got closer.” Fast forward and Bianca joined the tour’s first stop at Santa Barbara.

For Bianca, DJing and dancing go hand in hand. “For me whenever I’m DJing, I visualize myself dancing and how I want to dance. For me, it’s so interconnected. Whenever I DJ, I see myself on the dance floor I try to put myself in that place,” explains Bianca. “What would I
want to dance to? What are these people feeling? What do they want to dance to? How can I make those two things come together?” Her recent remix of Shiftee’s “Go Premee” makes it virtually impossible to not have some part of your body moving with the beat.
Canyonazo
Canyonazo
DJ/producer from Los Angeles. Fulbright Scholar in
ethnomusicology and has worked for Red Bull Music Academy, Boiler
Room, Fania Records, Nacional Records + more.
Venue Information:
Bootleg Theater
2220 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90057
http://www.bootlegtheater.org/