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Recap: DIPLO & SHANE McCAULEY “Blow Your Head” at Sonos Studio ~ Mid-City



We probably looked about  the same as this girl when we walked into the opening of "Blow Your Head" on La Brea this past Wednesday night. The walls are currently burned with rapid fire pictures and video clips shot by music photographer Shane McCauley as he followed Diplo around the world for five years. Each quarter of the room shows scenes from a different destination--Brazil, Jamaica, New York, and South Africa--while a set from the selector slams whatever senses haven't t already been blasted by the images. It's running through October 6 at Sonos Studio, open Wednesdays through Sundays, noon to 6:00 P.M. at 145 N. La Brea Ave.




This Q&A was just aite. Even if the second question came from a bunch of chicks in front asking the guys to party with them.

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