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Nublu liquor license revoked and temporarily moved.

I DJ’d at Nublu just about every month for 2 years, so this really saddens me.
You can read more about the story in the New York Times East Village edition:
http://eastvillage.thelocal.nytimes.com/2011/08/17/holy-war-nublu-liquor-license-revoked-because-of-jehovahs-witnesses/

There aren’t many places in the world where you can hear jazz, reggae, funk, disco, house and techno all in one night. A diverse mix of people, live musicians and DJs makes Nublu one of the few places I’ve ever DJ’d where the rule is “there are no rules”. It’s an intimate venue with amazing staff and party people with a willingness to hear just about anything come out of the speakers.

We’re in a time where the “music business” is struggling. The main way for musicians and DJs to earn a living is through the nightlife.
I genuinely hope this all gets resolved soon and Nublu is able to return to normal operations.

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Nomadico DJ set at Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art – August 7, 2011

Sunday August 7, 2011
1-3:30pm
MOCA Grand Avenue
250 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Take a guided tour of permanent collection artworks from Franz Kline to Ed Ruscha,
then join artist Gustavo Alberto Garcia Vaca to create artworks incorporating abstraction,
text and improvisation. For additional inspiration, DJ/Producer Nomadico will create a
live mix of funk, latin, jazz and techno music.

FREE!!

Click here for MOCA’s calendar page.

MOCA - Sunday Studio
August 7, 2011