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Preview: Hampton Beats Premier With Haunted Euth / T. St. Claire / Smog City

1:56 PM PST on January 16, 2014


Jan 18th, 8PM ~ False Gallery, 1553 N. Cahuenga Blvd

The Hampton Beats Video Premier Party and art show featuring artwork by Haunted Euth, Tina St. Claire aka Tfail and Smog City. With a DJ Set by The Hampton Beats, Open Bar and Catering. 21+ Only. More information and preview images from the show below:

This event is a double music video release for The Hampton Beats singles " Bewarewolf " and " Cheer Up Emo Kid " - both tracks off of their upcoming record. These videos are directed and animated by Haunted Euth and Smog City using both analog and digital methods, including 8mm film and hand inking of animated elements. This is the first time the two videos will be screened together for the public and the band will be spinning records and showcasing the album from which these two tracks are featured.

The art show will feature a massive multi media installation, featuring projections, light, sound, die cut hand carved wood pieces by Tina St. Claire and Haunted Euth, individual paintings and a video installation by Smog City.

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