View Full Version : Flying Lotus Ambient Set and Daedelus playing Dublab Fundraiser Dinner Sept. 21, 2010

09-11-2010, 10:40 PM
Flying Lotus is playing a special ambient set for Dublab's Fall Fundraiser Dinner. Daedelus is also playing that night. The ticket price price is steep at $100 bucks, but I've been to many Dublab parties and they really go above and beyond for their supporters.

This should be a pretty special night, and its to support independent internet radio, music and art, which is always a good cause.

There's going to be food and drinks and gift bags.



CREATIVE CULTIVATION: dublab’s fall fundraiser dinner


“CREATIVE CULTIVATION: dublab’s fall fundraiser dinner”

Now is your chance to become actively involved in dublab’s mission of sharing progressive music, arts and culture with the world! Help us energize the universe and celebrate our 11th anniversary at the first annual dublab “Creative Cultivation” fundraiser dinner.

For this special happening the amazing JF Chen showroom will open its doors to welcome you for an intimate, dinner party. “Creative Cultivation” will feature offerings of refined music, art and food all presented on dublab’s warm, creative wavelength. With your ticket you’ll enjoy incredibly elevated live music performances, stimulating film projections, a delicious dinner, cocktails, raffles, gift bags, a preview of dublab’s future projects and much more.

Your fellow diners will be part of dublab’s extended family of highly turned-on minds. This will be a golden opportunity to connect with a community of creative, friendly folks while supporting the organic growth of our grassroots, non-profit organization. Come sprout with dublab as we rise to higher creative planes. Please join us for the “Creative Cultivation” fundraiser dinner.

A curated culinary experience from Large Marge Sustainables & Friends: Bleu Sage, Cafecito Organico, Lark, Scoops Ice Cream, Little Spoon, Local Restaurant, Mama’s Hot Tamales, Mandoline Grill, Philip Gaiser Catering, Stuffed Animals Vegetarian and Taste of Pace.

Barefoot Bubbly & Wine, Lagunitas Beer and Metl Mezcal & Tequila. Plus teas from New Leaf.

Flying Lotus (Ambient Dinner Music Set), Los Esotericos (Andres Renteria, Brian Akio Martinez, Mia Doi Todd & Gaby Hernandez), Daedelus and dj sets by the dublab soundsystem.

Alexandra Pelly (dublab/the Masses), John Wyatt (Cinespia), & Matt Amato (the Masses).

A self-serve stop motion photo booth by Grace Oh & Theo Jemison.

Your dinner ticket includes a 2K t-shirt custom screen-printed by HIT+RUN.

Alpha Pup Records, dublab, Envirosax, Fomato, HIT+RUN, Incase, Insight, kozyndan, Kranky, Light in the Attic, Low End Theory, Nacional Records, Ooga Booga, Plug Research, Poketo, Simballrec, Stones Throw and much more!

- Original Painting by Teebs.
- One year membership to Cinefamily.
- One year Active + Muse Membership to LACMA.
- Book, postcard, zine, and poster set from kozyndan.
- A signed, screen-printed five poster set from Shepard Fairey.
- One year membership + 1 free admission to Machine Project workshop.
- Five raffles for one year subscriptions to Giant Robot Magazine plus a t-shirt.
- Two night stay + food & beverage credit + scooter rental at the Ace Hotel in Palm Springs.
- One pair of tickets to the Pavement / No Age / Sonic Youth show at the Hollywood Bowl on September 30th + gourmet picnic basket from Large Marge Sustainables.

* Your dinner ticket includes a single inclusion into each raffle. You can increase your chances of winning and support dublab by buying additional raffle tickets on site for $5 each.

7:00pm: Appetizers, cocktails & music from dublab djs.
8:00pm: Dinner with live ambient accompaniment by Flying Lotus.
9:30pm: Dessert and a live performance by Los Esotericos.
10:00pm: Salon style sound sets by Daedelus & dublab djs.
12:00am: Go home happy and energized!

941 North Highland Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90038

All proceeds benefit dublab, a creative 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. A portion of your ticket donation is tax-deductible.

$100 each (Limited to 90 tickets total)

09-12-2010, 12:00 PM
This sounds fun, too bad I don't have $10 let alone $100.

09-12-2010, 11:04 PM
Is there a dress code?

09-13-2010, 01:49 AM
Is there a dress code?

Nah I don't think so. I haven't seen any dress code guidelines. I'm sure you can probably wear what youd normally wear out to a concert.

It's taking place at a furniture store, I guess they are going to remake it into a dinner party space..so its not like a fancy restaurant or anything like that..

09-13-2010, 11:58 AM
Is it open bar?

Free Lagunitas beer all night plus Daedelus and Flying Lotus might not be too bad.

09-13-2010, 01:38 PM
I believe so, they say "complimentary" drinks so I'm assuming the booze is free. They are sponsoring the event partly, Lagunitas beer that is. That's included in the $100 dollar ticket.

*Edit*: LA Weekly looks like they are suggesting free Lagunitas beers.