Friday, August 23
Doors at 8PM Show ends at 11PM
The Alibi Palm Springs
369 N Palm Canyon Drive,
Palm Springs, California 92262
Facebook event post at this link
Tune in Over Under Sideways Down on LuxuriaMusic.com 8/5/15, 3-5 PM PDT as host Lee Joseph welcomes Edwin a/k/a Rama Lama and Rosann a/k/a Puka von Pele of The Ding Dong Devils as special guests to talk about their recent album “Space Fezcapade” and the upcoming Tiki Oasis 15 “Yesterday’s Future Today”! Lee will also play tracks from Tiki Oasis 15 entertainers as well as preview some tunes from his upcoming Tiki Oasis DJ set.
Tonga Hut sez:
It’s that time again…
Please join us Sunday June 7th for another amazing event: the BIG BASTARD BACCHANAL!!!
Parking lot sale & art show, begins at 2pm with tunes outside provided by DJ Tonga Tom.
Dance party inside begins at 6pm with DJ Lee Joseph.Durangos Tacos will be on hand as usual serving up their usual fair of tacos, quesadillas, & burritos.
AND… As per the theme, we want to get the largest gathering of members of the Loyal Order of the Drooling Bastard present for a group photo at 4pm.
So won’t you please join us and celebrate the start of the summer Tiki season?
This year’s Tiki Caliente in Palm Springs returns to its original home at the Caliente Tropics hotel and kicks off on Thursday, May 14 with a special art show from Claudette Barjoud a/k/a Miss Fluff – accompanied by the “the Exotic Sounds of DJ Lee” – Thursday Night Tiki Caliente entertainment features The Martini Kings and The Jimmy Psycho Experience!
Check the event website for tickets and more information about the even which runs May 14 – May 17!
The entertainment schedule includes
The Hula Girls
Ding Dong Devils
Glasgow Tiki Shakers
Tiki Joes Ocean
The soft, warm breeze carries the sound of rustling palms and sensuous exotica music to your ears. Before you, your glass, filled with a fine rum libation, clinks together with new friends. Heartfelt calls of “Aloha” awaken in you a long-buried memory of primitive excitement. This has been your dream. Are you on some far-off tropical island?
Yes… and it´s called Tiki Caliente.
On Friday, October 24, join us at The Mayfair Club for an evening of vintage sounds featuring The MARTINI KINGS performing live with LA’s top Burlesque Gals featuring Angie Cakes Fever Blister,Prix De Beaute, Iza La Vamp, Eva Eden and Lola Boutee performing TWO SETS! Special guest Emcee Emmett Hadley plus vinyl delights spun by DJ Lee. Vintage vendors too!! Full bar, dancing, snacks, prizes.
Vintage attire suggested. $15 tickets available at door.Ample free parking.
•∆• Rock Formations Fest •∆• A micro music festival in the heart of California’s high desert, featuring music from the Left Coast.
The Palms in Wonder Valley, CA
All Ages • Bar with ID
$10 at the door • Free Overnight Camping
Bands start at 3:00 pm!
3:30 The Blank Tapes
4:15 Hot Beat Pussy Fiend (acoustic)
4:50 The Hick-Ups
5:40 Daydream Machine
6:30 The Sibleys
7:20 Bonfire Beach
9:00 Jesika von Rabbit
10:55 DΛRKLΔNDS (ex-Spirit Vine)
The Palms Restaurant is located in a remote area about 10 miles east of Twenty Nine Palms on Amboy Road. The Palms takes cash and credit cards, no cash back.
Admission for the event is cash only.
The closest cash machines or any type of services are in Twentynine Palms which is ten miles away.
The entrance for the event is through the front doors to the bar only. The side gates are for band load-in/out only.
•FREE CAMPING INFO•
Camping is allowed in the area of desert directly behind the bar on the south side of the stage. No camping in the parking lot please. This is unimproved camping, so please bring anything you require with you (food/water etc) so you don’t have to make the long haul to town at 3 in the morning. The Palms does open for brunch Sunday morning at 9am. Also no outside food will be allowed inside the venue/performance area, so keep it in a cooler in your vehicle please…you will be allowed to exit and reenter as necessary
On Friday, 3/28, I will be returning to Tonga Hut Palm Springs, 254 North Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92262, to spin a set of vintage and contemporary Exotica, kicking it up-tempo with some swinging ’60s for the final hour. I start at 7 PM and lay down the sound until Midnight. If you are in the area and haven’t checked out the new restaurant/bar, please do, they did a tikitastic job on the layout and decor. Two thumbs up to the food, drinks, and service!
Tune in to LuxuriaMusic.com for Over Under Sideways Down on Wed. July 3, from 3-5 PM Pacific for YES L.A.! featuring a full two-hours of early Los Angeles and San Francisco Punk with your host Lee Joseph and in-studio guest Lisa Fancher of Frontier Records. We’ll be bringing in a stack of original 45s as well as some reissues from Bacchus Archives and Frontier Record,s and will be celebrating of the re-release of the legendary one-sided silkscreen Dangerhouse Records compilation, Yes L.A. on its 35th birthday! The compilation features tracks by The Bags, The Eyes, The Alleycats, X, Black Randy, and The Germs which were all exclusive to the comp at the time of its’ release.
7/15/13: UPDATE – HERE’S A LINK TO THE SHOW PODCAST!!
In the late ’70s, Dangerhouse Records–that most legendary of punk rock labels–released a handful of indispensable 7-inches and two 12-inches: records that everyone knows, worships and collects. One of the 12-inches was Black Randy’s Pass the Dust, I Think I’m Bowie, and the other, released in 1979, was the one-sided, six-song, silkscreened picture EP, Yes LA.
The title was a take-off on the seminal No Wave compilation album released a year earlier, No New York, and the Dangerhouse kids even went so far as to include the disclaimer “Not produced by Brian Eno” on the record. The original was limited to 2,000 copies, every one screened by hand and packaged in a clear bag with a white cardboard backing . Frontier Records (with the help of the meticulous Cliff and company at The Factory) has taken great pains to reproduce every detail of the original, from the ink to the bag and cardboard, right down to custom-cut mylar seals for the flap (check out these photos of the “making-of”). Still, there are a couple of difference, but we’ll let you discover them for yourself.
34 years out-of-print, originals of Yes LA have sold for $250 and up. Now you can get your own copy of this fabled LA punk classic and put the gougers out of business! THREE COLOR VARIATIONS AVAILABLE IN THE DIONYSUS RECORDS CART (orders will ship on July 5).