[Event ] QUANTIC AND HIS COMBO BARBARO Live & Direct From Cali, Colombia!

By Mochilla | July 30, 2009

Mochilla Open House • Presale Tickets and Shook Magazine • Launch of new Mochilla Mix Series

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We at Mochilla are very proud to be able to bring you Quantic and his
Combo Barbaro Live on August the 15th at the Echoplex with J.Rocc,
NuMark, Sake Uno and Ganas. We feel that Quantic’s record
Tradition in Transition is one of the most important records of the
year. To celebrate our involvement in it and the release of Shook
Magazine with B+’s photos of Colombia on the cover we are
having a small meet and greet at the office.

It will be the last chance to get pre-sale tickets for the show. We
have 40 copies of Shook Magazine for the first 40 people to buy
tickets for the show. We will be hanging a bunch of the prints from
Colombia and we will be releasing the next series of Mochilla Mix
CDs which include stunning mixes from Quantic (all Cumbia
extremely hard), Count Bass D, Aardvark from Rednose Districkt and
Phoreyz our local hero. We will also have copies of Tradition in
Transition for sale and some very special guests stopping by.
So get yourself to 4124 Verdugo Road just north of York on Thursday
from 7pm until 10pm.

Help us begin this weekend of celebration!


4124 Verdugo Road
Eagle Rock, LA 90065
7-10pm • Thursday August 13th


VTech and Mochilla present:
Saturday August 15th, 2009

Live & Direct From Cali, Colombia!

Featuring Alfredito Linares, Freddy Colorado, Malcolm Catto,
Nidia Gongora on vocals and very special guests!

DJ Sets from:

The Echoplex
1154 Glendale Blvd.
Los Angeles Ca 90026

$15 presale :: $20 at the door
Presale tickets available at the Mochilla HQ’s [4124 Verdugo Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90065] from 1pm-7pm + online at: www.ticketweb.com
21 + wiser | 9pm-2am

*for more information please visit: http://music.vtechphones.com


Dig deeper…

QUANTIC AND HIS COMBO BARBARO(www.myspace.com/quanticmusic)
‘Tradition In Transition’ – recorded in Cali, Colombia – is the upcoming album from Quantic and his Combo Bárbaro, which sees Will ‘Quantic’ Holland mining the lesser-tapped musical sources from the Caribbean, Latin America and Africa and fusing those rediscovered psychedelic, experimental and rhythmically rich sounds of the past with deep funk and soul elements and folkloric vocal styles. This exceptional longplayer gives life to an explosive sonic snapshot of an ever-evolving musical landscape, played out by a carefully assembled international cast of musical creators.

J.ROCC (www.myspace.com/funkypresident)
The Funky President of the Beat Junkie Crew. For well over ten years, this man has established himself as one of the illest DJs around, with his signature blends and supreme selection. A steady globe-trotter, J has travelled extensively and showcased his solid knowledge of music with the very best talents, including the late great J Dilla (RIP). His deep catalog of mix tapes and cds are considered classic, from “Syndromes” to “Taster’s Choice.” J is well-versed in a wide array of sounds, and always gets down something serious when behind the decks.

DJ NU-MARK (www.myspace.com/djnumark)
Nu-Mark began DJing as a teenager in Los Angeles. Over the course of the last two decades, he has amassed a collection of over 35,000 records and refined his technical skills and performance style to the point where he is widely recognized as one of the key figures in the late-90s DJ explosion which pushed the DJ to the front of the culture’s awareness.

SAKE ONE (SF) (http://www.myspace.com/djsake1)
A child of Elegua and proud ancestor in training, DJ Sake1 reps San Francisco, CA and attempts to use the universal language of music to create positive social change. Founding member of the (((Local 1200))) DJ crew, student of the late great DJ Dusk (Ibaye), younger brother of the legendary DJ Adam Goldstone (Ibaye), and child of the Struggle — DJ Sake

GANAS (http://poobah.com/gary-garay)
Gary Garay, known by some as Alla behind the paint brush and by others as Ganas behind the turntables at Mas Exitos. He been creating art since the early nineties. He works in mediums of paint, sculpture, drawing and graphic design, and has done everything from gallery shows to album covers over the years. The common theme in his work is that it always makes some kind of social commentary on a current aspect of living in Los Angeles. It touches on themes of mixing cultures, media and consumerism in the city of angels. He is a first generation, US born Mexican with an eye on the interplay of life vs. survival. Music is also a heavy part of Garay’s inspiration.


[Availible now on: TruThoughts]

Un Canto a Mi Tierra – Quantic & his Combo Bárbaro

Music video for ‘Un Canto a Mi Tierra’ by Quantic & his Combo Bárbaro featuring Pacific coast singer Nidia Gongora Bonilla. Video was shot on location in her home town of Timbiqui in April 2009. Directed by B+.


Tradition in Transition: A Postcard from Cali (TRAILER)

Follow link or click on image to watch: http://vimeo.com/4204763

Trailer from the forthcoming Mochilla/Sonido del Valle production.
Shot in Cali and Buenaventura in Colombia.
Based around the music of Quantic and his Combo Barbaro from their forthcoming Tradition in Transition album on Tru Thoughts Records featuring the talents of Will Quantic, Alfredito Linares, Nidia Gongora, Freddy Colorado, Arthur Verocai, Joao Comanche Gomes and Malcolm Catto.