Take out the periods and push together the letters of the name of this local electronic duo and you get ladroneswhich means "thieves" in Spanish. It's the kind of party where you'll see DJs on the dance floor when they aren't playing, and where even the bouncer can catch a groove. She's ready for the attention, and deserving of it. Usually when you see someone in an L. But on Thursday nights at the Virgil, when Funkmosphere is in full swing, the only fedoras in attendance will be plush red ones worn by older gentlemen holding court at the bar, spitting game about playing bass for the funk band Lakeside and hanging out with Wilt Chamberlain.
It has the aesthetic of a renegade warehouse —— a stripped-down, industrial cave with few frills —— but is fully licensed and legal, and often stays open until 4 a.
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Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. Drones hit stages across the city. What sets Queen Kong apart from their other endeavors is the overt performance aspect of the party. The duo, who go by the stage names Kontrol Remoto and Darlingtonia Brackets, perform with faces covered in black cloth, like the comic book images of old-fashioned robbers, and their music is heavily based on stealing — er, sampling — from their synth-pop forebears. Tucked away on a downtown block of concrete nothing, just a few strides from the baby Brooklyn vibes of the Arts District, Lot occupies a unique space in the landscape of Los Angeles clubbing.
But YG didn't capture the heart of the city just with great records. Drones hit stages across the city. That wordplay becomes clearer when L. He prefers a lowrider to a raplife Rolls-Royce Phantom. That fat-bottomed bass line booming out of the '69 Chevy hittin' switches on Rosecrans belongs to his G-funked—up "Twist My Fingaz.