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From robots to revolution...

...and back again? Whistling an imaginary tune. Echo Park musicians get a residency at USC, thanks largely to Popular Music Project's Josh Kun (a friend). Ordinarily, Chicken Corner is loathe to let a press release do the talking. But Dublab's media sheet describes the project's project nicely.

"From robots to revolution... Get weird with us"
Dublab is a...Los Angeles collective of boundary-blurring music selectors, podcast architects, sound bloggers, and visual dreamers who use music to explore ideas and imagine landscapes that move from the city to the world. Based in Echo Park, their projects include the acclaimed Dublab web radio stream (where Primal Scream meets Joni Mitchell meets Madlib meets Terry Riley), live performances featuring DJs from the Dublab Soundsystem (Nobody, Daedelus, Frosty, Languis, among many others), art exhibitions devoted to album covers for imaginary albums (Up Our Sleeve) and concert posters for imaginary concerts (Dream Scene), album releases ... and so much more. We are thrilled to have them at USC for the Fall semester where they will be participating in a series of public events and student workshops.

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