LA: The Rhythm Section – May 10, 2008

We invite you to elevate your perception of fine taste & luxurious beats…
Join us for the next movement of…..
The Rhythm Section

Saturday

5|10|08

an eclectic movement in soul…

Our May edition is our most packed lineup yet!
Special Guest Selector:

Inka One

© Photo courtesy of Kris Perry

www.myspace.com/inka_one

[ Beathackerz Kollective || Soul Scienz || Boombox ]

inka one has been busy. Since returning to Los Angeles in late 2005, he’s toured the U.S. 5 times DJing for the likes of The Procussions (Rawkus Records), Pigeon John (Quannum Projects), and Diverse (Chocolate Industries), while sharing the stage with artists like The Roots, Digable Planets, KRS One, Slick Rick, Jurassic 5, and MF Doom, to name a few. Not to mention gracing the turntables with DJ legends like Q-Bert, Pete Rock, Quantic, Craze, J.Rocc, and Krush, along the way. Blending real hip hop bangers, funked up breaks, downtempo gems, and whatever else he pulls out of the crate, inka has rocked crowds from coast to coast…sweatband in hand. He’s also found time to establish an acclaimed monthly party known as BOOMBOX, which brings Hip Hop’s elite to The Grand Star in Chinatown every 1st Saturday. Repping both Soul.Scienz and the Beathackerz Kollectiv, inka’s on the move…don’t sleep.

Special Live Performance:
Paul Dateh and Inka One
Live Violin & DJ Set

(photo by pvu)

Originally, Paul Dateh was only supposed to be a violinist. Beginning his violin studies at the age of four, it seemed that Dateh’s future in the classical industry was set in stone. But, on his first day at The University of Southern California’s Thornton School of Music, Dateh suddenly dropped his major in Violin Performance and enrolled in the Jazz Studies program instead. The move shocked his colleagues as it was hard to understand why anyone would walk away from fourteen years of classical training to begin learning an entirely new musical discipline. But, Dateh knew that he wanted to be more than just a classical musician; his goal was to become a musician, in every possible way.

Today, as a singer, an award-winning songwriter, and an instrumentalist, it would appear that Dateh is on track to achieving his goal. His work can be heard on releases by various artists within both mainstream and underground hip hop circles, and he can currently be seen performing throughout the United States with his band “The Live Movement”.

www.pauldateh.com

Straight from France, the seductive soul stylings of:

She has Morocco in her blood, Paris in her heart and music in her soul. Ilhame (aptly meaning “inspiration” in Arabic) always knew that music would be her constant muse. Born in the 17th District of Paris, Ilhame’s first musical experience was alongside her older sister, having innocent fun. As a little girl she loved to imitate famous musicians, reproducing mostly soul, funk and R&B stars such as Luther Vandross, Rose Royce and Bill Withers. At grade school she was urged by her music teacher to pursue her love for music, who noticed Ilhame’s natural talents as a vocalist. Thus, it was merely by pure instinct that Ilhame followed suit, followed her soul, and followed music.

Supported by DJ Fun (of Saian Supa Crew fame), a long-time friend and producer/sound engineer, Ilhame decided it was time to finance her own project and placed her career in her own hands. She decided that it was time to record an album. In 2000, a meeting brought forth a continuing collaboration with Max Valetudie, hip-hop/R&B/French Reggae producer (NTM, Raggasonic, Princess Erika, Tonton David). Lyricists and musicians such as Pascal Hospital, Marion Michau, and rap artist Kodjo have also lent their talents to Ilhame’s work in progress. In 2005, Ilhame traveled to the U.S. – Los Angeles to be exact – to record a major part of her album, an experience which furthered her desire continue making music. As Ilhame states, “I live, eat and sleep music. This is what I want to do. This is what I love to do.”

Plus, we are bery blessed to have

The Peace In Iraq Photo Project by:

Azul*

© Photo courtesy of Grace Oh

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‘We will have to repent in this generation not merely for the hateful words and actions of the bad people but for the appalling silence of the good people.’
MLK

— ‘Letter from Birmingham Jail,’ April 16, 1963 —

Get Your Picture Taken & Let Your Voices Be Heard!

Resident Selectors:

Concise

Tantalum036.jpg picture by idea24

© Photo courtesy of *idea
[ Beathackerz Kollectiv || Excursions Show || Rhythm Section ]
www.myspace.com/djconcise

BZ

bzprofilepic2small.jpg picture by idea24

© Photo courtesy of concise
[ Satori || Brand1 Jazz || Rhythm Section ]
www.myspace.com/bernardh

Frank(e)

franke-byren-thebasement9-291.jpg picture by idea24

© photo courtesy of REN ( www.myspace.com/reniori)

[ Beathackerz Kollectiv || Cornerstoreradio.com || Fresh Air || Rhythm Section ]

It’s all going down at

e3rd

www.eastthird.com

734 E 3rd St.
just east of
Alameda

Los Angeles , CA 90013

21+
$5 Before 11

or all nite with RSVP to

notsosilentpartners@gmail.com

9:30pm -2am

Food served until 1am !
valet & plenty of street parking

capacity expected :: early arrival suggested

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~ by nusoulmagazine on April 29, 2008.

3 Responses to “LA: The Rhythm Section – May 10, 2008”

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  2. […] hariyani wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptShe has Morocco in her blood, Paris in her heart and music in her soul. Ilhame (aptly meaning “inspiration” in Arabic) always knew that music would be her constant muse. Born in the 17th District of Paris, Ilhame’s first musical … […]

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