The ALAC Music Space with Jesse Peterson and Carlos Niño of dublab

Jesse Peterson and Carlos Niño bring a contemporary music program to the Santa Monica Airport setting up a Music Space in the Barker Hangar.

Jesse Peterson and Carlos Niño bring a contemporary music program to the Santa Monica Airport setting up a Music Space in the Barker Hangar. On the opening night, Thursday the 19th, Mark "Frosty" McNeil will DJ with Carlos Niño. As a non-profit web radio collective, recording and film production company, dublab has been at the forefront of the Los Angeles music scene since it’s inception in 1999.

Acts include: GB (Gifted and Blessed), Turn on the Sunlight, Contact Field Orchestra, Farmer Dave Scher, The Americans, Yaakov Levy, and El Haru Kuroi with a DJ set by Carlos Nino and Mark ‘Frosty’ McNeill.

Unlike traditional radio, the dublab djs have total freedom of selection. You will experience many different sounds, but find they all have the same soulful root. We have extended our creative action to include art exhibits, film projects, event production and record releases. Whether bringing dance floors to a boil, exploring magic experimentalism or spinning far-out, eclectic sets the dublab soundsystem reflects all shades of future roots sound.

The dublab soundsystem has been featured at the following venues amongst many others: 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, Henry Fonda Theatre.

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