Who’s going? This is definitely going to be an interesting event to check out! I’ve seen one of the newer Mochilla designs at the LA vs WAR event, and it was fresh looking piece! Make sure you make your way out to Venice tomorrow for opening night! There is also an afterparty for this event, so check out the flyer below as well. Here are the details for tomorrow night:
Thursday, October 20th Mochilla & Hit+Run present “MOCHILLA REMIXED” at the Townhouse Gallery in Venice. Some of our favorite visual artists have flipped the classic Mochilla logo, originally designed by Stephen Serrato – check out Augustine Kofie’s version (included). On opening night, these logo remixes will be on display alongside iconic photographs by Mochilla founders B+ and Coleman. Each has selected special photo selects from their vast collection for this exhibition that runs from October 20th-November 12th.
Afterparty flyer down below…
This flyer (above).. well, more like the event itself… is what I like to consider the ‘afro-latin-esque’ event. The only reason behind that statement is because if you have googled these guests individually, you’ll notice the type of music they play. I’m soooo trying to make it out to this event, in particular! Check out the other dates below..
Some sounds from Brazil would definitely be nice for this particular evening instead of hiphop. I miss my worldly music shit, foreals. It’s free, so dont miss out! This event will take place in downtown LA, brought to you by those from the Mochilla family!
The Bodega season returns also this sunday! I’ve always wanted to check this out since last year, but damnit.. curse those SANGRIA stains! LOL. Special guests will be B+ (Mochilla), DJ NuMark, and DJ Moni! The event will be taking place over at Senor Fish in Little Tokyo (damn I love that town)! Get there early..
BODEGA’s mission is to unite the many sounds and peoples of the world under one roof, and represent the true face of L.A. in the process. Held every other Sunday in the Little Tokyo section of downtown Los Angeles, La Bodega has swiftly amassed a cult following thanks to its broad appeal, warm vibe and come one-come all attitude. Resident DJs and L.A. natives Cee Brown, Panamami and Melaaza form a gumbo of Latin, African and Caribbean influences that consistently shines through in the Bodega musical format.
I love shit like this, especially when it comes to photo exhibits! Azul 213, the guy who brings Los Angeles their own Peace Photo Project is back at it again with the Mochilla Bros (B+ & Coleman), bringing you the exhibit on the Zapatistas marching on Mexico City. This is the second in a 3-part series being curated by Azul 213 held at the Urban Sanctuary in Boyle Heights! It’s free, and the exhibit ends next month..