In addition to the concerts, there will be other events. On Nov. 1, the Wax on Wax event at Madame Tussauds will feature on-site vinyl pressings of limited-edition Red Bull Sound Select releases; on Nov. 7, the Soulection event comes to the Regent; on Nov. 13, Amoeba Records will host the Amoeba Happy Hour; on Nov. 16, School Night: Boy & Beat will feature Boom Forest and Kevin Garrett at Bardot; on Nov. 26, the John Cusack movie “High Fidelity” will be shown at the Regent; and on Nov. 27, the Left Over event will happen at Lure Patio. The full Red Bull Sound Select Presents: 30 Days in LA 2015 lineup is below. Go toredbullsoundselect.com/30Days for tickets, which are $15 (plus fees and taxes) or less per show.
So who am I most excited to see among the above artists?!? There are so many to choose from but since I love the number 7 I'm going to give you my seven shows I'm most excited to see! below in order of when they will happen. November 4 Joey Bada$$ and Warm Brew: I listened to Joey Bada$$ while a bit high on the subway in NYC with my close friend from college who I hadn't seen in 5 years. We are talking about hip-hop and he tells me their is a rebirth in hip-hop and after we discuss our admiration for Run The Jewels he plays me a few Joey Bada$$ tracks and wow this young fella has flow! Not only is he headlining but local hip-hop group Warm Brew will bring a party to start things off too. Listen to my favorite bonus track I've ever heard in hip-hop.
November 9 Toro Y Moi: I've seen Toro Y Moi only perform once before at Pacific Festival 2011 and since then I became a huge fan. I've followed them for awhile and can't wait to see them perform their chillwave again as they create such a relaxing electronic vibe that is lots of fun to be a part of. I'm always going to love this cover Toro Y Moi did.
November 6 Chromeo: I love Chromeo so much, they were one of my favorite bands I saw at Coachella 2014 and I absolutely love their electro funk vibes that get you dancing and singing along to their tunes. Their last album was super poppy which means it was catchy and super dance-able like their previous work. This show is a day after my birthday so I can't wait to celebrate with some funky fresh tunes from Chromeo. Here's an old track from the duo that I love.
November 10 Keisza I love what Keisza brings to the table with a dance pop vibe that is super sexy. You play "Hideaway" and everybody is in the mood for sex! It's super get down dance music and I can't wait to hear what else she has besides her hit track "Hideaway." Until then, get in the mood with this.
November 12 Flume Flume is the baller beat-maker we wish we could all be. His original beats and instrumentals just flow so nicely and feel so good. This Australian sensation of dance music is a force to be reckoned with and I can't wait get down dancing to his vibes.
November 16 School Night: Boy & Bear, Boom Forest, Kevin Garrett: I love Boy & Bear's song "Southern Sun". They remind me of the Australian The War On Drugs but more western Americana vibes. That song just settles me into the right place is so relaxing and is a quintessential road trip song. This is a FREE show so be sure to RSVP to attend. November 28 ilovemackonnen, Basecamp, Jazz Cartier I actually like the openers Basecamp and Jazz Cartier more than I know the dude that Drake loves so this should be a great show if all three acts are awesome. I've followed Jazz for a long time with his Toronto hip-hop and he's been on the grind for a long time. Basecamp has this futuristic electro R&B and you wouldn't guess they are from Country land Nashville, Tennessee making this type of sultry sexy music. I'll give you my favorite from the openers below.