Story of the Running Wolf, Let Em Riot, Dead Times
228 W 2nd St
Pomona, CA, 91766
This event is 21 and over
Born out of Los Angeles synthpop trio NightWaves, Goldroom is Josh Legg's solo effort and production alias. An amalgamation of dreamy synths, emotive vocals, and tropical disco grooves, Goldroom paints the soundscape of summertime in Los Angeles.
2011 saw Goldroom self releasing his four song Angeles EP as well releasing a slew of remixes for buzzworthy acts like Penguin Prison, Poolside, and Gigamesh. His massive remix for Niki & The Dove has been streamed over 120,000 times on soundcloud and has been a staple of some of the worlds biggest tastemaker DJs such as The Magician, Aeroplane, Alex Metric, and Mylo. As a DJ, Goldroom has shared the stage with Alan Braxe, Classixx, Poolside, Oliver, and The Magician.
Story of the Running Wolf
Story of the Running Wolf is an electro duo based out of Los Angeles, CA. A little bit retro, a little bit future, they blend 80's influences like Depeche Mode and Duran Duran with modern electro-dance elements, creating an infectious sound that's all their own. After playing their first show at a rooftop party in 2012, the band began developing a live show experience which has been described as a "John Hughes party on Neptune", replete with neon lasers, make-up, fog and feathers.
Let Em Riot
Let Em Riot is the brainchild of Southern California based ElectroPop producer Alan Oakes. Drawing on a wealth of influences spanning 80s SynthPop to LA Dreamwave, Let Em Riot produce catchy, danceable retro Pop that speaks to the listener with an emotional resonance rare in synth music. With an effortless Indie cool, Let Em Riot, whist at their core a SynthPop act, speaks to everyone who gets drawn into their hazy, nostalgic, music. Débuting in 2010 with their The App EP, Let Em Riot have slowly made quite a name for themselves amongst those in the know.
Ranging from upbeat floor-fillers to impassioned ballads, Let Em Riot draws on bitter-sweet nostalgia and new romanticism set amidst a hazy retro 80s ElectroPop soundtrack made contemporary with Indie sensibilities.
Like the soundtrack to the John Hughes movie of your life, Let Em Riot brings together lush, rich synthesizers and the kind of gently melancholy, tempered with optimism, that characterized the best 80s Pop. Perfectly packaged for today’s vintage Disco dance floors.
Dead Times is Calvin Markus and Travis Bunn