Los Angeles: An Antenna to the World
By Mark "Frosty" McNeill
Presented live at Native Sessions LA: Tropical Frequencies - July 14, 2016 at Mack Sennett Studios
Los Angeles is one of the most diverse cities in the world with approximately 140 nationalities and 200 languages represented amongst its residents. International sounds, sights, and tastes clash on every corner. Slide down the street with your car windows open and you’re likely to hear Armenian pop music fading into Mexican Norteño layered over Korean techno. Pop into a Vietnamese restaurant and you might hear cumbia booming from the dining room speakers while next door Ethiopian jazz floats out the door. It’s been said that Los Angeles represents the future of how our country looks. Frosty makes the point that it also reveals how tomorrow might sound.
About Live at Native Sessions LA: Tropical Frequencies
A journey through the exciting new sounds born from the fusion of bass music and traditional music from across the globe. From LA to Mexico City, this event discussed the cultural and social ecosystems that inspire so many diverse sub-genres – driven by DJs, producers, and personalities who shape their community’s sound.