Serving L.A. Since 1990
Search By Category for upcoming events
Art (2) Comedy (1) Dance (1)
Film (1) Film Festival (1) Food (2)
Museum (4) Music (2) Restaurants (2) Theatre (1)
Search By Date

Other Music Events

Other Events on Same Day (8)

Escaped Alone: An Audio Play
Theatre Escaped Alone: An Audio Play
10/19 - 11/15/2020
Magic Theatre
Fort Mason Center, 2 Marina Blvd, Bldg D, 3rd Floo
San Francisco

Vulture Festival
Comedy Vulture Festival
10/26 - 30/2020
Your Living Room
LA

The Apple Pan
Restaurants The Apple Pan
1/1 - 1/2028
10801 W. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles

Holbox - Mexican Seafood Restaurant
Food Holbox - Mexican Seafood Restaurant
2/16 - 16/2025
Holbox
3655 S. Grand Ave. #C9
Los Angeles

La Barca Restaurant (By USC)
Restaurants La Barca Restaurant (By USC)
4/18 - 18/2021
La Barca
2414 S. Vermont Ave.
Los Angeles

Lucky Bird
Food Lucky Bird
11/8 - 8/2024
Grand Central Market
317 S Broadway
Los Angeles

Reclaimed Rust: The James Hetfield Collection
Museum Reclaimed Rust: The James Hetfield Collection
2/1 - 10/31/2020
Petersen Automotive Museum
6060 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles

The Broad's 5th Anniversary: Christopher Wool
Museum The Broad's 5th Anniversary: Christopher Wool
2/8 - 12/31/2020
The Broad
221 S. Grand Avenue
Los Angeles
Event Music

Atmosphere

Atmosphere

For a dude who seems kind of perpetually pissed off at the world, hip-hop aficionado Atmosphere sure has a talent for bringing out the deepest, innermost emotions within himself and his listeners. While other arena venue rhyme-slingers are hailed as the “saviors of modern hip-hop” just because they don’t turn the AutoTune up to 11 on every track, Atmosphere actually brings legitimacy, integrity and intellectualism back to hip-hop. Because let’s be clear about something, an angry white dude yelling at a camera in music videos doesn’t equate to being groundbreaking by virtue of those qualities alone. Lyricism that is both introspective and externally critical of culture and society, that isn’t afraid to show vulnerability while still being unfiltered and raw, and that can read like both diary pages and literary prose at the same time, that’s what hip-hop should be about. Please don’t let any hip-hop TV or radio stations tell you otherwise. Frontman Slug will happily tell it like it is instead. - Brien Overly

When Friday, September 5, 2014-Saturday, September 6, 2014.
Time Check website for times
Price Check website for prices
Venue
6215 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028
323-962-7600
Official Website
This event page has been viewed 1024 times.