Jul 25

Ondatropica + Free Quantic Mix

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Art Don’t Sleep giving away a free pair of tickets to the 7th person that emails the words, “Its 2012 and we’ll all be at The Mayan” to: artdontsleeprsvp(at)gmail(dot)com

Click the flyer for a link to buy tickets/more show info.

Univision also did a great piece on the group which can be found here.

Free mix that Quantic did called, “Linda Mañana”


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Mar 22

Robert Glasper, Quantic, Alice Russell Tonight – More Tickets Released

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Art Don’t Sleep just told us that a limited amount of tickets had been released for tonight’s show in L.A. (click flyer to buy online)

TONIGHT, Thursday, March 22, 2012

8pm – 2am

EVFA & ArtDontSleep present:

The Robert Glasper Experiment feat Bilal & KING
Quantic & Alice Russell (Live Band)

Main Room DJs:
Rich Medina & Anthony Valadez

Lounge DJ’s:
Al Jackson, Sacred, Daz, DJ Juggy

Hosted By: Azul Amaral

Exchange LA :: 618 S. Spring Street :: Los Angeles, CA 90014 :: (213) 627-8070

21 + wiser:
Table/Bottle Service Available:

30$ @ General Admission (Limited, Buy to Guarantee Entry)

600 S. Spring Street
Los Angeles, 90014

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May 27

“Ene Alantchi Alnorem (I Can’t Live Without You)”

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The Sounds of VTech / Tezeta De Ethiopia: A Special Mulatu Slideshow

Mulatu Astatke Slide Show

It is sometimes easy to forget that Timeless is the brainchild of two photographers and a promoter. But for those lucky enough to see the shows live there was always photographs there to remind you. For Verocai we had an amazing slide show of a recent trip to the North East of Brasil, Suite for Ma Dukes was presented complete with a tough look at Dilla’s Detroit and of course Mulatu’s show was resplendent with a slide show of Ethiopian photographs.

In 2004, Miles Cleret of Soundway Records, Will “Quantic” Holland and B+ spent three weeks in Ethiopia. The plan was to meet Mulatu and dig for records. B+ shot some 120 rolls of film and the best of that is represented here. The music is an exclusive track from the concert that didn’t make the film. “Ene Alantchi Alnorem” is a languid beautiful song of longing.

This slideshow along with lots of other treats are contained on the DVD.

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