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Jun 25

20 years have passed since the Groove Merchant record store opened up on Haight Street in San Francisco and became the launch pad for the Ubiquity family of labels: Luv N’Haight, CuBop and Ubiquity.

The label will be celebrating this anniversary in multiple ways including an art exhibit at Guerilla Art Cafe in Berkeley opening June 25th, 2010. The show will focus on a handful of the Bay Area funk and soul artists whose music has been re-issued on the Luv N’Haight label. The art show will include paintings of, and inspired by, Darondo, Eugene Blacknell, Sugarpie Desanto, and Twilight, the latest addition to the Luv N’Haight family. The Guerilla Cafe art collective will be painting, and a video montage of vintage footage will be created by Ubiquity Recordings artist Ohmega Watts. Throughout the length of the show Guerilla will be hosting special events featuring guest appearances by the musicians and DJ sets playing their sounds.

OPENING RECEPTION
FRIDAY, JUNE 25
5-9PM

GUERILLA CAFE
1620 SHATTUCK AVE.
BERKELEY, CA 94709

and…

SATURDAY, JUNE 26

Fatsouls and On The One present: Classique
PROJECT ONE
251 Rhode Island St @ 16th St.
9PM-2AM
$5 RSVP / $10 Door

A special one off event celebrating and spinning the deep and jazzy vibes of the classique San Francisco club scene with special DJ selectors:

Andrew Jervis (Ubiquity Records)
Paul Craven (On The One/Le Jazz Hot NYC)
Capitol A (2000black/Galaxy Group)
Said (Fatsouls Records/We & The Music)

CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE

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