Month: October 2014

Thanks LA Weekly

Imagine Etsy in person: artsy tees, bullet necklaces, pungent artisanal spices, handmade harmonicas, furniture crafted from exotic woods. The offerings at the city’s newest alternative shopping experience, Odd Market at Casa Vertigo, are as unique as anything you can find online and kick any shopping mall’s ass. No fewer than 88 of L.A.’s most creative crafters, including Two Hermanas, Povertees, Detroit Trash, stones glass + bones and Crown Bloom Company, Read More “Thanks LA Weekly”

This Sunday DJ 671 spinning at Odd Market

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Born in Bellflower & raised in West Covina. Parents collected records. Moved out, stole their record collection, and became a DJ. Strictly vinyl. Political junkie who is on a mission to change the world through music and knowledge. My friends and I throw the Beat Swap Meet. I spin every Saturday @ Oldfield’s Liquor Room in Culver City.

Now spinning Sunday at Odd Market at Casa Vertigo.