Artist Preview: Ooah, R/D, Deru, John Park, Ashley Bowers

We’re are excited to present OOAH Robot Koch on Thursday March 8th at King King. He is joined by R/D and Deru, and John Park and Ashley Bowers will be painting live making this a night full of great music and art. Pre-sale tickets are available here.

UPDATE: Ooah of The Glitch Mob is headlining our show at the King King tonight!! Robot Koch had to bow out due to passport issues, but Ooah has stepped up to deliver his beautiful melodies and soaring beats in his place.


Ooah is MAKER OF BASS MUSIC 1/3 of the infamous Glitch Mob, 1/2 of the elusive PANTyRAiD and 100% Of Porcelain.

Listen to his latest tracks via Soundcloud below:

ROBOT KOCH (cancelled)

Hailing from Berlin, producer Robot Koch is not only the mastermind behind his band Jahcoozi (Bpitch Control), he also produces and performs as a solo artist under his own name and works as a songwriter and producer for many different artists internationally. XLR8R says Robot Koch is “a middle ground between the far-out experimentation of Brainfeeder and the futuristic pop of artists like Jamie Lidell, The xx, and Jimmy Edgar.”

Read our new interview with Robot Koch.

Check out some of our favorite tunes from Robot Koch below:

Stream his entire new album via Bandcamp below:

Listen to more of his music via Soundcloud below:

*Due to passport issues, Robot Koch will not be performing tonight.


R/D is is the musical creation of R.D. White, an LA-based electronic music producer and performer. Known for mixing crushing breaks with swirling indie rock melodies, R/D is part of a new generation of producers melding electro-hop and indie rock.In addition to producing, R/D performs dynamic live sets as a musician, playing keyboards and controllers in real time to create the epic melodies, sweeping builds, catchy hooks, and massive drops that define his sound.

Read our new interview with R/D. 

Listen to R/D’s latest music via Soundcloud below:


Deru is Benjamin Wynn, an electronic music producer from Los Angeles. His music is best described as an amalgamation of hip-hop, electronica and IDM. Say Goodbye to Useless will be his third album and comprises the aesthetics of his previous releases – moody, atmospheric sounds, haunting melodies and organic textures – but with his most mature song-writing and thumping beats to date.

Read our new interview with Deru.

Listen to Deru’s latest music via Soundcloud below:

Live painting by John Park

John Park is an artist and teacher living in Los Angeles. He received his training at the Rhode Island School of Design where he studied classical drawing, painting, sculpture and anatomy. His current series is an attempt at reconciling these classical influences with the more urban aesthetic of the Pop Surrealist movement. The paintings themselves are executed in a live, public setting usually in one evening and then taken back to his studio for further reworking and detail work. He teaches drawing and painting at Concord High School in Santa Monica, has three cats and one Tree.

Read our new interview with John Park. 

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Live painting by Ashley Bowers

Ashley Bowers is an artist of many mediums. She graduated from California State University Long Beach in 2009 with a BFA in drawing and painting, but has done everything from painting, to sculpture, to costume design. She currently lives and works in Los Angeles as an artist, a live painter, and a fashion model. A Burner by blood, her father Jim Bowers started going to Burning Man when she was a kid. He encouraged her artistic talents & leadership qualities, & always included her in the construction of his own art & BM grant projects. Her work has been shown in several group shows throughout southern California, but the “Boogaloo” art car project, which debuted at Burning Man 2011, was her biggest project to date.  When it comes to her painting, her style and inspiration is constantly evolving.  Being a woman of multiple races, and an interesting life’s history, has inspired her to explore the identity of not only herself, but all women. In an effort to combine her passions for art and fashion, she incorporates the use of lace and other textiles into the work and has even sewn these embellishments directly onto the canvas.

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The Details…

Thursday March 8th, 2012


Venue: King King

6555 Hollywood Blvd.,

Los Angeles 90028

*entrance is through the parking lot in the back

This event is 21+

Discount tickets are now on sale here.

We’ll see you on the dance floor very soon!


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