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Start time is 9pm
Free, just make reservations!
The Bently Reserve Sacred Dance 'White Party' was one of our best and most beautiful events ever. We're very excited to bring it back and elevate what we did last year to try and get back to the desert in 2011. This journey is never a foregone conclusion and one we don't take for granted. It only happens with the on going support of the community.
Independent Distribution Collective Holiday Showcase
Downtempo and Sushi to Die For
Sounds Like: Zero 7, AIR, RJD2, Nicolay, Nightmares On Wax
Label: Thoughts into Things Music,LLC
Bio: Durojaiye Versatile was born and raised in the melting pot of the San Francisco Bay Area. His debut album The Fermented Sessions released in 2009 began to create buzz becoming apart of URB.com’s Sonicbids Selects, Tilllate Magazine dubbed him as “One to Watch” and Weallwantsomeone.org shouted the...See Full Bio
: This Kat is nice with great selections, even includes a track from yours truly. https://t.co/QXmSm4ECUV #hiphop #instrumentals #music #dj
“Lost combines 70’s electro with some old school hip hop beats and it makes this a very atmospheric and loungy affair. Stay And Enjoy Life a rather soulful one with a little bit of a jungle vibe with help of some bongos. Brilliant by any standards and certainly the kind of music anyone would enjoy whilst having a cocktail, this is the kind of music you would expect to hear at a music festival during the day, during ‘chilling time’. Never Forgotten is another delightful track much in the same way Stay And Enjoy Life is with some jazzy undertones. As 022908 kicks off we are perplexed by the name but then the beat takes over and it’s a more energetic side to the album we discover and no surprise we can’t get enough of it. Durojaiye Versatile has gone and done it and made us look forward to the summer with his warm collection of lounge tunes. The Fermented Sessions is a delight and definitely something a little different to enjoy this winter. We love it!”