FILTER Magazine is bringing back Culture Collide to LA’s Echo Park neighborhood for its fourth year October 9th-12th. This unique, multi-day experience is set to help music fans discover some of the best in new and established talent from around the world (some through a partnership with our good friends at Canadian Music Week). Culture Collide brings music from across the globe to East Los Angeles’ most acclaimed venues, including clients, The Echo and Echoplex.
Performers this year include:
Liars, Rhye (Denmark, Canada), The Raveonettes (Denmark), Miami Horror (Australia), King Khan & the Shrines (Canada & Germany), Iceage (Denmark), The Men, Rob Crow Acoustic, Medicine, Alice Russell (UK), Fuck Buttons (UK), No Joy (Canada), Keaton Henson (UK), Plastic Plates, Vadoinmessico (UK), Mumiy Troll (Russia), The Great Wilderness (Costa Rica), SiMoN (Japan), StereonoiZ (Peru), IZA (Poland), Prāta Vētra (Latvia), Chateau Marmont (France), Maya Vik (Norway), Funeral Suits (Ireland), Mujuice (Russia), Birth of Joy (Netherlands), Hell Shovel (Greece, Germany, Canada, France), Grmln, Wooster, Instrumenti (Latvia), Okta Logue (Germany), Instrumenti (Latvia), Bagheera, Gliss (Denmark), Mystery Skulls, Gemini Club, Heliotropes, Incan Abraham, DENA (Bulgaria), PanSTARRS (Egypt), WE ARE THE GRAND (Chile), Beneen Squad (Senagal), The Deer Tracks (Sweden), The Secret Shrine (UK), Like Swimming (Sweden), Vincente Gayo (Mexico), Float Fall (Belize), Bombay Show Pig (The Netherlands), STARSYSTEM, Frida Sudemo (Sweden), Phoenix* (France), Dinosaur Jr.*
Culture Collide will not only help you discover awesome new bands, but you’ll also have the chance to absorb a wealth of industry knowledge at the Culture Collide Creative Summit. Listen to high-level discussions among movers and shakers in the music, entertainment, and lifestyle industries. There will be a variety of panels focused on brand partnerships, record sales, touring, digital marketing strategies, and more.
Check out the 2012 recap video below, and don’t miss Culture Collide 2013. All you need is a wristband (only $30).
*Phoenix and Dinosaur Jr. will be playing the opening night event at the LA Sports Arena, not sold via Ticketfly. For more information on this event, click here.