Artist Preview: John Tejada, J.Phlip, idiot Savant

In collaboration with our friends at Pocket Underground, we present the final Woogie Nights of the year. Join us as we celebrate the end of our most amazing year ever, in true Woogie fashion: by getting down on the dance floor all night! Pre-sale tickets are now available here.


Normally associated with his peers in techno from Detroit, Europe and elsewhere, John Tejada has embraced electronic music as a personal frontier, expanding on his resume as a techno recording artist as producer, remixer, DJ, and label owner. Known for crafting a brand of subtle, musical techno, his recorded output ranges across tempo and genre lines, from chilled out affairs with spacious arrangements to pulsating, densely layered, deeply energetic tracks that work magnificently in the hands of DJs as well as on the home stereo.

Read an exclusive interview with John here and listen to his exclusive mix below:

Stream John Tejada’s newest album Parabolas below:

You can also check this recent live mix from John Tejada on Souncloud below:

Be sure to check out all of John Tejada’s releases via Discogs.


J.Phlip (pronounced J Flip) known to some as Jessica Phillipe discovered house music in her hometown of Champaign, Illinois, just 2 hours south of Chicago. Sometime around her 19th birthday she got her first DJ rig – two belt drive turntables and a mixer lacking EQ knobs for $100 bucks! From then on, her poor roomates were forced to listen to a constant dance party in-between her Systems Engineering studies. There aren’t a lot of 4.0 braniac engineering majors who decide to become DJs instead of cashing in on their degrees but Jessica truly loves the music and has dedicated her life to it.

Read an exclusive interview with J.Phlip here and listen to her exclusive mix below:

Listen to J. Phlip’s latest tracks and mixes on Soundcloud below:


Much like the layer of congealed fat settling on the top of Momʼs Gefilte Fish, Ron Levy  and Jesse Wright formed a deliciously disgusting DJ duo known as idiot Savant.  The  duo devised Pocket Underground in 2004 as an outlet for the Matzoh balls that were  rattling around in their chicken broth.  Ron has been playing and making music since he  was knee-high to a duck and Jesse just does it for the free drink tickets.  Both feel  equally at home with their alkaline goggles on as they do their Burberry Banana  Hammocks.   Their music can best be described as organic, psychedelic, sexy and completely  Kosher… Glatt Kosher…

Listen to and download idiot Savant’s performance at Lightning in a Bottle here.

Watch a short clip of their LIB performance on YouTube below:

The Details…

Friday December 16th, 2011

King King
6555 Hollywood Blvd.,
Los Angeles 90028
*entrance is through the parking lot in the back

This event is 21+

Pre-sale tickets are now on sale here.

See you on the dance floor.

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