Metro Art Presents “Movements at Union Station,” three consecutive Friday nights of music featuring some of LA’s top DJs, July 26, August 2 and August 9 from 8:00 – 11:00 PM in the Station’s South Patio.
“Movements at Union Station” kicks off July 26 with Juju, the collaboration of DJs Sacred, Al Jackson, DJ Rome, mcdj1One, and Q Michelle. Part of a collective known as Soul Children, they are producers and DJs. The son of a jazz musician, Jackson specializes in bridging the gap between hip hop and jazz. Sacred’s sets/mixes combine elements of electric and acoustic jazz with the esoteric beats of hip-hop and other forms of electronic dance music.
Heat-Wave will host August 2. A Los Angeles based party series founded by DJs Daniel T. and Wyatt Potts with a focus on international funk and disco records, Heat-Wave has hosted guest DJs from all over the world including Japan, Brazil, Korea, Mexico, Armenia, Greece, Germany, and India, which creates a unique mix of music. The evening, featuring special guest Norio Sato, also serves as Heat-Wave’s three-year anniversary celebration.
La Junta Los Angeles, featuring special guest Jose Marquez, will host August 9. La Junta is known for its popular LA brand of outdoor cultural celebrations featuring tropical Afro-Latin music. The events feature the rhythms of the Caribbean, Africa and India.
Los Angeles DJ/Producer Jose Marquez’s sound blends his early influences of Afro-Latin, Caribbean and other World Music. He has created celebrated remixes and edits of artists such as Celia Cruz, Nina Simone and Oumou Sangare. Marquez has performed at major events in Paris, Athens, Toronto, Los Angeles, NYC, Melbourne, Nairobi, Morocco, Singapore, Shanghai, Peru, Cuba and most recently in India.
Each event will feature other elements, including a photo booth, food trucks and striking visual projections on screens set up in the station’s beautiful South Patio walls.
Friday December 06, 2019
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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