DubLab’s 10th Anniversary at the Continental Gallery in downtown Los Angeles
Dublab is a nonprofit web radio collective based in Los Angeles that’s devoted to the growth of positive music, arts, and culture. On October 3 at the Continental Gallery in downtown Los Angeles, hundreds of people came to celebrate DubLab’s 10th year anniversary in an art exhibition called Up Your Sleeve.
Featuring top street and graffiti artists, and musicians, the exhibition featured the artwork on vinyl of masters such as Gustavo, Kofie, and many others. Hit Run offered up free silk-screening live on site, while a variety of DJ’s selected key music for the event.
Unlike traditional radio, DubLab features global music selected by DJ’s who have absolute freedom to choose what the want to play. The result, as indicated on DubLab’s website, is a collective of the planet’s most progressive music in the world, listed categorically from A to Z.
DubLab has often been featured in art and music media, also for the fact that their soundsystems have been featured at top cultural institutions such as MOCA, LACMA, Barnsdall Art Park, Art Center College of Design, CalArts, A D Museum, The Getty Center, Page Museum/La Brea Tar Pits, Disney Hall, UCLA/Hammer Museum, Hollywood Bowl, Natural History Museum of LA County, El Rey Theatre, and the Henry Fonda Theatre.
DubLab’s Up Your Sleeve runs through October, 2009.
Hit and Run doing live silkscreening onsite at DubLab’s 10th Anniversary.
Celebrating the Art of Vinyl wall.
Artwork featured by legendary LA artist Kofie at DubLab.
Individual artistic redenitions of record sleeves in the Up Your Sleeve exhibition at DubLab.
More cool vinyl art.
DubLab, celebrating positive, music drive lifestyle.