EDM Culture: Megan Sutherland's LA Event Picks This Week With Disclosure, Sebastian Posso, Cosmic Dan, Switch, Sleazemore & More

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By: Megan Sutherland

Image Credit:
Photographer: Natasha Aftandillians
Stylist: Rossana Diaz
Model:Alina Alluykina
Hair/Makeup:Megan Sutherland

EDM Culture: Megan Sutherland's LA Event Picks This Week With Disclosure, Sebastian Posso, Cosmic Dan, Switch, Sleazemore & More

Ladies get those lovely fall looks out and fellas make sure to keep it dapper this weekend because its fashion week in L.A, which means even more lavish music events for you to rapture. Whether you prefer the high brow bourgeois gallery gathering or the nitty gritty underground vibe for your beats, we've got em' for your listening pleasure. Cheers!

Stay steezy.

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 16

EDM Culture: Megan Sutherland's LA Event Picks This Week With Disclosure, Sebastian Posso, Cosmic Dan, Switch, Sleazemore & More

VON KISS & MORE/DRIPPED
GRAND STAR JAZZ CLUB/DTLA

The DRIPPED soirees are a chic collaboration of artists from just about every medium, fashion, music, visual art, photography- you name it. These connoisseurs of culture hold their fabulous function at the Grand star Jazz Club.

GGeisha proudly presents...
The DRIPPED FASHION SOIREE
Los Angeles Fashion Week Edition

DJs
Wendy City
Luvtek
Von Kiss

Performance by: Grown Azz Kids

A night of fashion, from the New Generation from the New Underground!

Grand Star Jazz Club
943 N. Broadway/Chinatown DTLA

1st floor: Starry Kitchen & Bar
2nd floor: Dripped Club/Installations

8pm-2am
rsvp2dripped@gmail.com
$5 before 10:30
$10 after
YRU Shoes & Anjel Skull Raffle giveaway to all early arrivals b4 10:30pm!

More Info

THURSDAY OCTOBER 17


COSMIC DAN & MORE/THE QUEEN IS DEAD
THE LASH/DTLA

EDM Culture: Megan Sutherland's LA Event Picks This Week With Disclosure, Sebastian Posso, Cosmic Dan, Switch, Sleazemore & More

The LASH is a new haute spot downtown with a Warhol-esque pop art feel. With an elusive alley way entrance you are quickly immersed into a New York club kid barrel of fun when you enter thru the black and white painted walls.

This Thursday, The Queen is Dead! A special night of UK cool provided by..

MUSIC SELECTORS:
Maurice De La Falaise
Alex Luevano ( Club Transistor, AM/FM)
Daniel Terndrup ( Cosmic Kids)
EDIE ( Hang The DJ's)

PHOTOS BY:
Matadory Toros

A NIGHT OF NEW WAVE, POST-PUNK, BRIT-POP, SHOEGAZE and THE SMITHS

21 and over
$5

THURSDAY OCTOBER 17

EDM Culture: Megan Sutherland's LA Event Picks This Week With Disclosure, Sebastian Posso, Cosmic Dan, Switch, Sleazemore & More

SEBASTIAN POSSO & MORE/EMPYREAN LAYER LAUNCH PARTY
THE WELL/DTLA

The Well is a salon, bar and store for men's and women's fashion. This swagged out lil shop is haven to some seriously sweet hair stylists, epic designers and venue for killer tunes. A name to watch is Sebastian Posso, who will be laying it down this Thursday kids.

Sebastian Posso was born and and raised in Colombia and became a transplant to California in his late teens. Right from the beginning Sebastian Posso had music in his blood and with that, he dug in deep into the So Cal Life Style with a undeniable urge for music and fashion. He soon found him self in New York, Graduating from FIT Fashion and later working for Marc Jacobs and Opening Ceremony. Soon after in NYC he met Paul Sevigny, a power house socialite and club owner in NYC. Paul took Sebastian Posso under his wing and started to DJ and surf under his tutelage. The rest is history. He now is his own man and has found and fully developed his ear for a ever growing thirst for amazing vinyl selections that has his peers and listeners rejoicing for more.

DJ Notable Locations
Smoke & Mirrors
Paul & Andre
The Standard DTLA Pool Party
The Standard Hollywood Pool Party
Roosevelt Night Swim
Mercy
Making Shapes
Erwin Hotel

Notable Brands
Insight 51 Clothing
B_Space Retail Space
Globe Clothing Shoes
Surfer X Blood
Transworld Surf Media
Rhythm Clothing

Music // All Vinyl // Serato
Forms of Music // Nu Disco // 78-84 Disco Soul Funk // Psychedelic Rock // Surf Rock // 60's
Reggae

FRIDAY OCTOBER 18


EDM Culture: Megan Sutherland's LA Event Picks This Week With Disclosure, Sebastian Posso, Cosmic Dan, Switch, Sleazemore & More

DISCLOSURE
SOUND/HOLLYWOOD

DAMN SON! DISCLOSURE is gonna be in the building..Which building you ask? Just the Hollyweird watering hole to the young and restless, SOUND.

Honestly, I am bumming that I can't make this event after having my mind blown by these two brothers at Coachella this summer. So if you haven't checked them out yet, trust me!

Disclosure are Guy and Howard Lawrence, siblings from Surrey, England who debuted in 2010, when they uploaded early material to MySpace. Surprised by the amount of streams and positive response, they linked with the Moshi Moshi label, which released the scruffy and rather noisy dubstep tracks "Offline Dexterity" and "Street Light Chronicle" as a single in August 2010. In 2011, the hyperactive bass of "Carnival" led a five-track EP of the same title, released for free and also trimmed to two tracks for its retail release via Transparent. The same year, they were sought for their first remixes: Jess Mills' "Live for What I'd Die For" and Emeli Sandé's "Daddy." They broke through in 2012, as their sound became cleaner, more reminiscent of U.K. garage, and more pop-oriented through collaborations with vocalists. A remix of Jessie Ware's "Running," released on PMR -- the Island-affiliated label to which they signed -- was something of a warning flare. November 2011's "Latch," featuring Sam Smith, peaked at number 11 in the U.K. and was quickly followed by February 2013's "White Noise," a collaboration with AlunaGeorge that reached number two. Eliza Doolittle contributed to the following "You & Me," which became Disclosure's third consecutive Top 20 hit. In the U.S., where the duo signed to Interscope's boutique sublabel Cherrytree, a brief EP titled The Singles, consisting of those three hits and a remix by Hudson Mohawke, was released in advance of the June 2013 album Settle

FRIDAY OCTOBER 18


EDM Culture: Megan Sutherland's LA Event Picks This Week With Disclosure, Sebastian Posso, Cosmic Dan, Switch, Sleazemore & More

SILENT SERVANT & MORE/VSSL
TBD/DTLA

Like I promised, gallery shin digs aside‚ here is a deep dark underground that won't have hors d'oeuvres but just some really good music for you to chew on.

To celebrate their first cycle, they welcome back their first VSSL guest, Silent Servant!! Central American born Silent Servant has performed worldwide in clubs from LA, Berlin to Osaka. A chance meeting with Karl O'Conner in 1999 would establish a friendship that would open the door to the Sandwell District label in 2006. Silent Servant's sound is a reinterpretation of early '80s post-punk electronics, paired with the deep,metallic sounds of Basic Channel and Downwards.

Representing crossing over into a new year of VSSL, will be a blistering live set from Greenlander, the first artist on Remy's new techno imprint, Negative Flesh.

To ring in their one year loud and very fucking clear, TrueChord Sound Systems, with visuals by Sporay (Eva & Brock of Experimental Half-Hour)

SILENT SERVANT
GREENLANDER
NIGHTCHILDE
GENEVIEVE D
REMY MARC

Dangerous Secret Private Warehouse Location TBA
RSVP HERE

11pm - LATE
$10 ADV / $10 Early / $15 After 1am
Adv Tix available now, via Mount Analog in Highland Park & Resident Advisor:

SUNDAY OCTOBER 20

EDM Culture: Megan Sutherland's LA Event Picks This Week With Disclosure, Sebastian Posso, Cosmic Dan, Switch, Sleazemore & More

SWITCH & MORE/IHC SUNDAYS
LURE.HOLLYWOOD

Need a Sunday night dance off destination?!

No worries, IHC Sundays has an impressive lineup planned every week you guys!

IHC Sunday's at Lure caters to everyone from off-duty touring DJs, music industry professionals and tastemakers while bringing you the best in dance music from all over the globe. IHEARTCOMIX has been a cultural taste making force in Los Angeles for the past 10 years and IHC Sundays will become the ultimate clubhouse for EDM culture every week.

VIP Reservations: 323-463-0009 | vip@lurehollywood.com
General Info: 323.463.0004 | info@lurehollywood.com