DJ Kero One featuring Coleman (Mochilla) + KRNFX at NOLA's Artwalk after-party.
Uptempo's How We Keep itNola's: A Taste of New Orleans (734 East 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90013) Map it $5
Uptempo's How we Keep it - "Spinning an eclectic blend of the freshest hiphop, soul, and electronic music."
This month we feature----
L.A. born artist Eric Coleman is a renowned photographer who along with B+ created Mochilla, a production company that has grown to produce several popular films, music videos and music albums. This month, Coleman will be blessing the tables with an exclusive Dj set to get the dancefloor moving while sharing a thing or two about his musical knowledge and experiences. http://twitter.com/ecoleye
KRNFX (BEATBOXER from CANADA):
Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, KrnFX is a beatboxer inspired by the drumset. His accolades include 1st place in many beatbox competitions as well as a appearance on Ellen Degeneres show.
KYOU SAKURAI (BEATBOXER from JAPAN):
Kyo Sakurai is a human beat boxer from Japan. His father is a jazz bassist, and his mother is a singer.
Kyo grew up around jazz music and In high school he started to get into hip hop and began DJing.
Kyou will be performing a 15 min set of soul/hiphop classics with his mouth. Kyou has shared the stage with the likes of Blu/Exile and DJ Houseshoes and will soon be sharing the stage with the Uptempo Family!
+ Resident DJ's:
DJ KERO ONE // DJ TSUGU
Thursday - Sept 12, 2013
Nola's - A Taste of New Orleans
734 East 3rd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013
*The Artwalk afterparty every month!* - Every 2nd Tuesdays!
10PM-2AM. $5 before 11. $10 after 11pm.
21+. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for business inquries.
“Uptempo’s How We Keep It,” a successful party from San Francisco is making its debut in Los Angeles. Come join us on the 2nd Thursday of the month as we celebrate the weekday with an eclectic mix of hip-hop, electronic, and soul tunes that will satisfy the music nerds while keeping the dance floor lively.
Started by Bay Area DJ, and musician Kero One with the support of one of San Francisco’s most sought after DJ’s, King Most, “Uptempo’s How We Keep It,” introduced a vibe that kept the house packed for years.
Originally, “Uptempo’s How We Keeps It,” began in 2008, but slowly came to a halt when the careers of the resident DJ’s began to reach new heights. Since his move to L.A, Kero One has rocked parties as the DJ from Paris to Seoul, and has performed on stage with his original music along side the likes of Stevie Wonder, Aloe Blacc and Blu & Exile.
Now with the help of Japan’s DJ tsUgU, Kero One brings the party to Los Angeles while maintaining the party’s tradition of featuring a special guest every month.