VISUAL REVIEW: Beats of All-Nations Carnaval 2016 + 51/81 Opening Reception

All Photos by Farah Sosa for http://www.FarahStop.com

Beats of All-Nations Carnaval Announcement + Porchlite’s 51/81 Gallery

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Our biggest annual party returns to dba256 Wine Bar Lounge!

We’ve done the Brazilian Carnaval five successful years in a row, obrigado, this time we’re going global!

Beats of All-Nations CARNAVAL @ Re:Fresh Pomona presents:

Cut Chemist
(Jurassic 5, Ozomatli, Renegades of Rhythm)

http://cutchemist.bandcamp.com/

Gingee
(Magic Garage, Sound Paint)

Dj Ethos
(Calentura, Los Rakas)

Opening Reception Set:
Dj:eko
(Okayfuture)

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Resident Re:Fresh DJs:
MIKE STYLES // GABE REAL // JB // SUBIRA
…and more!

DOORS 8pm
EARLY ARRIVAL IS HIGHLY SUGGESTED, SPACE EXREMELY LIMITED….THIS PARTY IS FREE!

8pm-2am | 21+ | No Cover
256 S. Main St., Pomona 91766

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In addition to the show we our proud to share this event with the opening reception of Beats of All-Nations resident hustler Porchlite aka Mike Bugaoan who will be hosting his first photography gallery from cool spaces he shot over the last year around the globe!

51/81: A Visual Display of Fortuity Colliding with the Uknown.

Complimentary Beer by Tsingtao from 8PM-9PM

Beats of All-Nations Radio 015: DJ Eko

BOAN RADIO 015 EKO

DJ EKO (LA/NYC), a natural ambassador sharing unique vibes from around the world from her small piece of whichever big city she’s currently residing in.  Not only a recognized tastemaker in the music world, she offers the community deeper insight on new artists and music, not just as a dj, but as a staff writer for Okayfuture, the electronic branch of Okayplayer.

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Eko effortlessly weaves genres together, telling a story with her unique signature.  She’s widely known for a future R&B mix series titled “Soultronica” and loves to plays Pan-African music with her Global Bass family.  She surprises audiences with remix production of favorite tunes and her unyielding passion lies in seeking out the newest, most creative production and developing genres.

“When someone gives me open format, this is an example of what happens. Soultronica, Brazilian, African, Dancehall, Soul…all woven together with some common aesthetic thread. Traveling through like this may look a little crazy in a track listing but makes sense on the ears. xo” -DJ EKO

((Continue for Interview & Tracklist))

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