“REPEAT OFFENDER 9”

The HIT+RUN 9-Year Anniversary Party
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Please join us this Saturday night November 8th, 2014 for “REPEAT OFFENDER 9” the HIT+RUN 9-Year Anniversary Party taking place at The #Echoplex in Los Angeles, Presented by #DUBSPOT. The event will be hosted by GIOVANNI MARKS as well as boasting #nine dj sets and live performances by MONO/POLY, ZACKEY FORCE FUNK, CONTACT FIELD ORCHESTRA, CRIMEKILLZ, KATE MO$ (Scum & Gnar), MYSTERY CAVE, GATO LOCO (Gato Mercado & Emmanuel Coto) and CHITLINS. HIT+RUN will be #LiveScreenprinting all night long with exclusive designs by MIKE C, EMILY EVANS, ALEX KUHSE, YU MAEDA, RESTITUTION PRESS, ABCNT, MASCARIA, CHRISTOPHE GILLAND, MALKY, JAVI, MAGO, ENIKONE, MARK OF THE BEAST, H+R CREW and more! As with all REPEAT OFFENDER events, everyone wearing a HIT+RUN shirt from any past event gets FREE admission, plus the first 200 Crew through the door get one FREE blank black t-shirt to customize, and a limited-edition #RepOff9 Crew button. Plus FREE commemorative H+R Crew stickers for everyone courtesy of STICKY RICK! Big ups to DUBSPOT and all the #CREW!

THE ECHOPLEX (1156 Glendale Blvd, Echo Park, CA 90026) | 9pm-2am | 18+ | $10 / FREE TO EVERYONE WEARING A HIT+RUN SHIRT | DUBSPOT.COM

CRASH+BURN 2014

cnbWe’re kicking it off tomorrow night, Saturday July 12th with our annual summer jam “CRASH+BURN 2014” at The Echoplex. It’s the record release party for our 40th music release on HIT+RUN, the future funk classic “Money Green Viper” by ZACKEY FORCE FUNK.

Come check out ‘The Electron Don’ performing cuts from the soon-to-be-released marbled-green 12” vinyl record (housed in a one-of-a-kind screen printed jacket) and pick one up before next week’s in-store date for only $10!! Celebrating alongside Zackey will be producers from his album, as well as live performances by CRIMEKILLZ, IX LIVES, OLIVER THE 2ND, KATE MO$$, GIOVANNI MARKS, dj sets by SODAPOP, LOW LIMIT, MAGO & EDDY FUNKSTER, plus a VERY SPECIAL SURPRISE ARTIST to be announced tomorrow! Hypnotic visuals by STRANGELOOP all night, and live screen printing by THE HIT+RUN CREW featuring exclusive designs by MIKE C, ABCNT, AMBUSCH, ENIK, MARK OF THE BEAST, CHAIN GANG, SCUMBAG TONY, MAGO, YU MAEDA, CHRISTOPHE GILLAND, MALKY, and more!

The first 100 peeps through the door get a FREE blank T-shirt to customize plus stickers & more! Support by Sticky Ricks, dublab, Soundlessons, LA Weekly, LA Record & Friends Of Friends.

THE ECHOPLEX (1156 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026)
9PM-2am | 18+ | $10

L.A. Heat: Taste Changing Condiments

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LA Heat: Taste Changing Condiments, is an art exhibition exploring the impact of Sriracha and Tapatio in Los Angeles. The exhibit will include a curated selection of artwork from artists of diverse backgrounds who are passionate and reflective about notions of identity, community, and foodways.

Sriracha and Tapatio hot sauces are two examples of the recent homegrown all-American condiments that have dramatically impacted American cuisine. The rise in popularity of these condiments signifies an increase in Asian and Latino populations living in the US and especially in Los Angeles after the passing of the Immigration and Nationality Act in 1965. In 1971, Mexican immigrant Jose-Luis Saavedra, Sr., started Tapatio Hot Sauce, a unique combination of red chili peppers, spices and a hint of garlic, in a warehouse in Maywood, California. David Tran, an immigrant from Vietnam of Chinese ancestry, started making Thai-inspired Sriracha sauce blended fromchili peppers, vinegar, garlic in small shop in Los Angeles Chinatown in 1983. In large American cities everywhere, both Sriracha and Tapatio contend to rival Heinz Ketchup and French’s mustard as the all-American condiment for the Y-Generation, for these hot sauces have become interwoven into the American cultural fabric and thus becoming an ubiquitous condiment in American cuisine.

Participating artists in the exhibition include:

Edith Beaucage
Erik Benjamins
Audrey Chan
Ching Ching Cheng
Dave Chung
Chris Christion
Clayton Brothers
Eye One
Gajin Fujita
Daniel Gonzalez
Patrick “Pato” Hebert
Michael Hsiung
Phung Huynh
Tomo Isoyama
Nery Gabriel Lemus
Sandra Low
Trinh Mai
Patrick Martinez
Michael Massenburg
Kwanchai Moriya
Jose Ramirez
Yoshie Sakai
Jose Sarinana
Sand One
Shark Toof
Sket
Slick
Henry Taylor
Werc

Opening Reception on March 13, 2014!

6 p.m.–7 p.m. Members only*

7 p.m.–9 p.m. General public

*RSVP required for members-only event. All are welcome to the general public session. Members may bring one guest during the members-only portion of the evening.

To RSVP call (213) 485-8567 or e-mail rsvp@camla.org with the subject heading “LA Heat Reception” by Monday, March 10.
Image above by Daniel Gonzalez, 2013.

“THE GIFT OF PUBLIC ART”

"THE GIFT OF PUBLIC ART”
Modern Multiples is proud to present
“THE GIFT OF PUBLIC ART”
Features 200 feet of public art by:
Shepard Fairey | Ezra | Zender | Swan | Felix | Marcel “SEL” Blanco | Haunted Euth | Tfail | Heaven | John Carr | Wheatpeace | Jaber | ENIKONE | Mars Bravo | Gianni Arone | Jake Hendrix Hakim | Catalina Bolivar and more.

Opening Reception TONIGHT Saturday December 14th
from 6pm-12am at Cypress Village Tunnel

Located across the street from Antigua Cultural Coffee House
3400 N. Figueroa St.,
Los Angeles, CA 90065

REPEAT OFFENDER 8 :: CREW4LIFE ::

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This Friday night November 15th, we are overjoyed to announce “REPEAT OFFENDER 8 : CREW4LIFE” the HIT+RUN 8-Year Anniversary Celebration taking place at a brand new private location in Highland Park. Witness the H+R Crew Screenprinting Live across two presses alongside amazing performances & DJ sets by CRIMEKILLZ, SEVEN DAVIS JR, CARLOS NINO, MNDSGN, CONTACT FIELD ORCHESTRA, SHASH’U, COMPUTER JAY, SUN ARAW, AZUL 213*, GNAR, host GIOVANNI MARKS and VERY VERY SPECIAL GUESTS. The first 100 CREW through the door will receive a FREE screenprinted gift bag packed with limited-edition cds, stickers, one blank shirt to customize and more! Wear an old H+R shirt and get in FREE all night! Huge thanks to Red Bull, Dublab and ArtDontSleep for all of the support.

HIGHLAND HALL
(104 Avenue 56, Highland Park, CA 90042)
9PM – 4AM | 18+ | $10