From Oct 8-10, Dutch musician Sevdaliza, DJ act Red Light Radio and Dutch band Chef’Special will get L.A. rocking during Culture Collide Festival 2015.
About CULTURE COLLiDE
Established in 2014, CULTURE COLLiDE is an editorial platform, travel magazine, international festival, and creative agency founded by Alan Miller, the co-founder of FILTER magazine. Culture Collide is an international, multicultural melting pot of music, culinary arts, and the art of travel. They deliver creative inspiration — in the form of the best music from around the world, brews, dining, travel tips, and more. The goal of Culture Collide Festival is to bring amazing talent from all over the world to be enjoyed alongside your favorite US artists.
Dive into the mysterious world of musician Sevdaliza, her music contains breathy vocals contrasting with heavy basslines, creating a mood that screams temptation. Born in Iran and now based in the Netherlands, the beautiful Sevdaliza has made quite a name of herself.
Sevdaliza will perform at Thursday Oct 8 at The TAIX restaurant(The Champagne Room) during the Culture Collide Kick Off Party. Red Light Radio will take care for some groovy sounds by playing a DJ set.
On Oct 10, Sevadaliza’s set time will be from 4PM until 5 PM and this time the show will take place at the Echo Park United Methodist Church. Don’t miss it!
About Red Light Radio
Red Light Radio is an online radio station and international music platform based in Amsterdam’s Red Light District. Since 2010 RLR broadcasts daily shows of local and international artists, hosts parties & concerts and collaborates with festivals, museums & other cultural partners all over the world. To listen to the broadcasts RLR made during Culture Collide, click here.
Every once in a while a band comes along that instantly connects with people in a way that you can’t fake—and that is certainly true of Chef’Special. Since forming in their hometown in the Netherlands in 2008, the band has released two albums, toured extensively and built a rabid fan-base across Europe, that instantly gravitated to the band’s unique blend of hip-hop, rock and reggae. Now the band is on their first overseas tour around the US and Canada with the ‘CHEF’SPECIAL EP’ which is showing the American audiences what all the fuss has been about with this highly buzzed-about five-piece.
Chef’Special performs on Oct 10, 11:30 PM at The Taix French Restaurant.