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Let It Roll: The Subversive Side of Classical Music

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:40 min | 7 months ago

Let It Roll: The Subversive Side of Classical Music

"Some. Let it roll. Let me host Nate Wilcox. They will have the pleasure of welcoming back Ted Gioia to discuss again his book a subversive history of music. Today we're going to talk about a section of the book focusing on what we probably call classical music European concert tradition and starting off with chapters like musicians behaving badly so it's kind of a different take on classical music ted. Welcome back to the show right. Thanks for having me back. It's a pleasure and I wanted to do this because you know we talked about the book before and and it's it's a paradigm shifting book for me. It's one that really expanded my mind and and clarify things that have been wrestling with and you put it into words brilliantly and it it helped me focus on the whole scope of the show but the section in particular was one. I skipped over last time because I considered outside the breadth of the show which has covered things like the history of rock and roll music and Pop Music in the twentieth century. And I realized reading this book and do more research that the history of popular music as a business really goes back to the renaissance while absolutely on a lot of the behavior patterns of the musicians as well date back to that people often ask me what I learned researching this book and it was many years of research. But one of the quickest summaries. I have is. I found out that the music of might time and the music I grew up with which was jazz. Blues and rock and roll really the musicians back in the glory. Years of classical music weren't all that different and we have a tendency to sanitized that whole record to treat these people with great esteem. But they were just disruptive in many ways more disruptive than later rock musicians so. There's a lot of things that we take for granted in the current day that in fact for justice vibrate noticeable two hundred years ago. Yeah and you talk about this phenomenon that repeats throughout the history of music in the book which is a transition from disruption to respectability from outsiders to insiders and so often musical. Innovations are driven by people on the outside of the system but then there as they succeed as they impact the popular consciousness. They're pulled in to the inside. Sometimes they themselves become insiders other times. They're co opted. You know postmortem talk about that phenomenon. Logan that's right and we're very familiar with this in our own lifetime. We've all seen it when I was growing up The the Beatles and the Rolling Stones Bob Dylan. These dangerous. Figures feared by the establishment. But nowadays Bob Dylan is Nobel. Laureate Mick Jagger Sir Mick Jagger Paul McCartney Sir Paul McCartney and even the most extreme examples I mean take hip hop. Nwea the FBI tried to shut down the record label when they came on board nowadays. That same record has been enshrined in the National Archive of historic recordings of Congress. You have the Smithsonian out there putting together an official Smithsonian Guide to hip hop with fifty hip hop professors. Very idea about professor would have seen the contradiction in terms but they got fifty of them putting together this Canon of hip hop song. So we know about this from our own life and we've seen how these styles has been a good sized what we don't realize the same thing happened hundreds of years ago. The classic example is Bach. You Know Balk is considered now the poster child for respectability classical music is great composer. Who composed for God and country devout booth and run it Cetera et CETERA. You go back and do his own times and you find. That balk grew up with juvenile delinquents. Went to a school famous for gang. Culture was mentored by one of the worst gang members all his early jobs. Disciplinary problems At a young age to spend a month in jail He was called to task for cavorting with a young lady in the organ. Loft had prodigious beer-drinking every possible violation of rules and discipline he exemplified. None of that is is remembered nowadays. He's just the Lutheran composer so this recurring. We could talk about other composers. But there's one point I do WanNa make though I raise these issues in my book. Not because I'm trying to be gossipy or salaciously and it makes for great reading to read all these sexy anecdotes. I have the point. I'm trying to make though is these. Figures could not have created disruptive music they invented if they hadn't been disruptive in their own lifetimes you know almost all the commentary on Bach. We have from back then people complaining about him. You know people complaining about how show he was. He was called the task before the city council had to submit a written document explaining why he was using such new progressive and strange musical techniques. So this thing is conducted disruption in their private life and the disruption. Their music is connected. And that's why well upon it because if you don't understand that you will never understand the evolution of music and going back a little further. You talk about a couple of composers from the Italian renaissance. Who went way beyond Bach in terms of violations of social norms? I'm Talkin about two particular Rotella Mayo Trump Esino and Carlo Jesualdo and bothered these guys. Were involved in love. Triangles that resulted in murders committed by them. Oh this is right. It's interesting if you start with the music of these two individuals trauma Chino and swallow. Its gentle music and they will have songs. These pretty gentle love songs. Mandra goes in front of us but in their private life they were violent angry people and both of them not only did they commit murders but it was obvious to everybody that they were guilty and they were never punished and this is interesting because it shows you that. Starting around the renaissance it became the norm or musicians to go outside the norm. They were allowed indiscretions that other people were not and in fact. I'm convinced in both those instances their fame and reputation was increased by committing murder. I think people felt well. If this guy is such a passionate lover that he he he. He kills somebody in a fit of jealous rage. Who you know. There must be a similar intensity of passion in the song and we laugh at that. But that's the same way. People look at rock bands and the sex pistols. And we've seen this in our lifetime. If the musician out of control we suspect there must be a certain intensity in the music as well so it all came back to that time I mean just one more example I find this fascinating people that want to understand what it was like to be an artist during the Renaissance. The most famous book. They read the autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini. He was a renaissance artist famous as a silversmith sculptor but he was also a musician played the flute and he wrote his life story. And it makes fascinating reading but I went through that book page by page and I just marked off every time. Shalini committed a violent crime and and I think I came up potentially with at least fourteen. Violent crimes committed in his life. And this is not including the the the just the vandalism or the varsity these are actually violent crimes where he murdered somebody or beat them up and none of them was punished for he was. He was actually put in jail couple times. It was only because of arguments with his patrons over payment and artworks and my favorite anecdote from the whole book comes from a conversation when someone would approach the Pope instead of the jubilee. WanNa hire this Guy Shalini. You know he's committed murder and all this and the pope said you don't understand for people like Ben to Chile. Different rules apply that came directly from the mouth of the Pope and the renaissance. And this was a new idea and I would say we still live with this idea to even though even in the midst of the metoo movement and all the scandals. They're still this expectation that great musicians with by their own rules and they violate rules and and For good or bad that's part of the whole Agassi Western music.

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"rotella" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

14:29 min | 1 year ago

"rotella" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

"Maybe maybe we could go really deep on why we WANNA get high but because that's what we're always seeking then were seeking connection with something greater than ourselves something having higher something were seeking connection with God and these chemicals that we put into our bodies help us achieve that even if it's only for a moment you know you can have you can have those moments whether it's you know smoking or can just be on these events taken in the energy but you you can learn from those moments and take it into your everyday life and that's what I see happening a lot. I I lit. I talk a lot about about keep going back to what we do in these events because this is what I live every day and what I'm only pretty much only thinking about us from family. I'm thinking about these events in this community and that's what I love seeing it changing people. I mean really changing. People's lives where they come. They get this feeling they connect and they leave a different person in the they're. They're nicer to themselves themselves to others just on a daily and that's a transformation that that keeps me going and I I felt that you're you know you love that to you. Know Do Louis Shift fifty three or your shift for the kid. Wow this is beautiful. Mountains beautiful awesome man conclude in it. You know you wait till you go to your first. CDC You'll be so awesome right shit. Let what an cry all the time. Ohio with the tears flow baby. It's all good. We'll shit man. It's been a real pleasure to have you in here brother. I really appreciate it worst stoked. We're stoked about the opportunity very attracted so so many new into my life and and it's a lot my company grew a whole lot. There was a line listen. I'm from the dance floor your. I'm not you know I didn't go to college. I didn't you know as a street kid running around Venice beach break dancing and being at the top of a company the one hundred fifty people at it and having you know hundreds of millions of dollars can come through and connecting with Cam at the the right time in my life to help keep things sustained and actually help with growth has been. I'm blessed blessed. Amazing people understand that. Do I understand how I'm extremely great yeah well. I think I understand. I'm learning every day. I'm a student and and do you constantly. Why did you say with me. What do I got the light. I mean I pinch myself every day and I'm grateful for it. you know. I I asked my you know what I am not that. I'm asking my so. I think I'm thankful every day and I pinch myself every day. You know the beautiful people that are around me. The beautiful things that I get to work on the amazement that coming to these events to we will be part of it is something that makes me happy and makes me. WanNa work harder. This is your purpose man Alan. Oh I love it. This is your purpose. It's all vibrations. Music is a direct representative of that but you know when you go to a festival like one of yours. Your vibration gets raised to a certain level and then you leave. There in your vibration is still high so when you're around the people that you've been around your relationship with them is shifted because they're vibration hasn't changed in yours has and as you go through life if in your vibration continues to raise you sift out all the people until you get to the top you know wherever that is always always look on your feet. Get Down Information of thought. It didn't seem that seem like the very allowed successful. People nope put the finish of people very few people have thought and it's hard to believe that that's true. People do multiple repetition. You're starting to work work every day to do the same thing to you know I know come here from wake up every day you know and very very few people get tired of the hey come from what I'm work on an Internet neck Dino Person L. Life where we are who we think we are. It's through. Even we don't WanNA faith. We are who we think we are and even if you don't WanNa face yourself. You're going to continue to take yourself into that persona that about it. Where were you born. Freeborn Los Angeles you work. I'm born and raised in now. Wow what are your skateboarding. Let's keep order break dancer. I served I skateboarded. I broke broke dance on the boardwalk. I was have. Have you know graffiti. artists was in graffiti crews. I wasn't as good as some of my friends but I wasn't graffiti crews and yeah I grew up grew up here in. La also and they got into going underground parties and a little bit of Dj in the early early days when I first started. I decided to go the route of producing the events because there would have been no parties. What was it that brought you to that. I that very first one you went to my just. My friends friends invited you. Dj Am an an and it dude named Saffi's in a band called crazy on those kids who grew up where easy town yeah love crazy and come come come. Lady brought me to my first first underground party in the early nineties. Wow I was just mind blowing. Actually we were all hanging out in a little westwood have time was very different. We would hang out there and what was it like then I mean it was all every kids from everywhere would congregate there. No no well college kids were there too but it was more like a Lotta taggers and tag bangers and some gangsters stirs and some and what killed it all actually it was a shooting and a murder they're from they had the movie either boys and the colors one weekend and the whole city like. I think a college student got got got hurt in the in the crossfire of things that kind of killed Westwood from being this hang out but it used to be a spot where all the troubled kids would y you know all the all the would come and hang out. There's an arcade. Zoo is kind of a dope area. There's a lot of yeah it was a lot of fight. That's where I had gotten jumped a couple of times. Wow Park West into yeah. No it's crazy. Food was hard back in the a day. I mean you had kids from where I mean there. It wasn't it wasn't it was a collection points. La Wasn't yeah yes yeah but it was. There was a lot of stuff going there. People would come from everywhere to hang out in Westwood. Meet girls get in trouble whatever it was there was that big shooting there and it. Kinda killed it for the opening of one of those movies and free wireless crazy so that was in the accuweather John Addin very he got killed. The're it's called coming from shooting the shot his car. She's that might have been the same same situation but yeah it was. It was west. Westlb was pretty already crazy. How Shit meme on ever Free Yeah. I'll never forget this crew called N. bt Holy. Shit like we see you know it was with Afghan flow nothing but trouble mocked up and we we were from those guys we yeah they came in and start jumping kids from there that was that was just one. There was a lot of stuff that was was going on there. That was crazy and a very tumultuous time absolutely but then wh- do those guys. I was at Seth House and I remember we were wearing Dickie's and convers and if you're like the some of the guys were wearing Nike Cortez and white t shirts and Starter Jackets Raiders Kings baseball you know one day I don't know when this happened and I was at those guys house and they're putting giant overalls and they were pinning daisies to their overalls and there are wearing top hats with further on it. I was like ouster on. I'm wearing my dicky's saginaw. What is what are you doing right now. Where are you taking me right now. So that was grown to an underground the ground around party we went to a map point and then we went to a warehouse and I was like this and everyone everyone was super cool read the dress up for was that the Reading Jeff Repair for it was it was it was part of that just like uh-huh just like rock and roll and pop have certain swagger and style about them. Dance Music Rave Rave Rave culture at that time baggy overalls doc martens or Schelto Adidas with even fat laces the inspiration from hip hop culture are there is that in the rave culture as well so and walking in and feeling that energy the wonder could wear you know daisies daisies pinned to their overalls and furry hat like it's all good here. Do you want to be you and yet people were and then we brought you know we danced the circles there. Eissa love the music and the music reminded me of the early what you heard on the Venice boardwalk that was booming coming out of the giant. Ghetto blasters that people were holding along with doing this shit yet where it was this big fucking fucking radio shit craft craft work and even like nucleus jammed up punk. I mean depth on the phone. It's the same same same breath for earlier. Yeah sounded like I mean it was Dan it was music and it was walking into the first underground party and hearing that music and feeling that vibe and then there was dance circles at the parties and people were break dancing going to Tech House and Techno and upright doing you know house dancing and stuff it was it was everything that I want. I needed and wanted there. It was better than getting going at the to the park and people starting getting drunk and like let's start a new crew who lets you know and and people jumping each other and a little cruise and then like real gangster is coming and like sweating us like it was it was better than that it was. I as a kid I felt like going to Venice beach going my first underground party because Venice beach. You had people of all kinds coming together. You had the street reformers. You had the the artists you had all. All the tourists had the the gangsters that were there. You had the break dancers answers. You had the surfers skaters. It was all kinds of people coming together. In Venice Boardwalk majority of time. There was some times where there was like some rights on on the boardwalk would walk but majority of time. It was all love down there. It was a lot of artists and unique people coming together. They're homeless people yet. Weirdos freaks everything going underground party and going to raise it was like the it was the same thing so I felt very instantly very comfortable there and the positive vibes was just. I have a network television. NBC ABC anything like that. I have yeah well read the music. Yeah Yeah Yeah I I've. I've gone to on some on press runs and beyond I've been on CNBC and Fox News I've been on a lot of new like in a lot of news channels and I flew to New York to get beyond. CNBC CNN CNBC yeah. I don't watch the news. It's really too much but nothing good there. Now you've been on hot box brother. I mean and this is amazing man sitting sitting with us. Thank you so much much man really excited for the future camping saying thank you man. Mike read up a lot of great things. Come God is great comuter. A future is bright all right everybody. Thanks for checking us out another great episode of Hot box and I'm in Britain and Mike Hyphen Squirrel Rotella. Do you want want anybody to know anything about you want to say anything to the World Damn if you haven't been to a INSOMNIAC I'm nick event or even any any dance music festival and you think you know what it is. You gotTA check it out. It's probably nothing like that. it's amazing. It's good for the soul. COME CHECK US OUT INSOMNIAC DOT com you can check out a lot of events there and yeah awesome awesome appreciate it also shaping it here very much peace everybody this episode is brought to you by mybookie online join now and Mybookie will double your first deposit just use Promo Code Hatbox into activate the offer visit mybookie DOT ag today..

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"rotella" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

13:27 min | 1 year ago

"rotella" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

"In desert hot springs things in Palm Springs kind music festival out there beautiful. The mountains are right behind. It and it'd be backdrop yet. It's going to be incredible to have to build one of your cities out there dude found in Antigua thing Zurlinden Egwa Egwa. That's another property is another property to that. Were exploring something different at different. What would that be. There's been a lot of different for an ideas but don't want to don't want to rock the boat. You don't want to say what is it really yeah. We have two. That's fair. That's fair. Let's seen immutable property. It doesn't matter what it's called. If you're right there right I mean it's it's there's a sound system and and you're able to be out there with amazing people and the Turquoise water there. That's one of the best trips I ever took was in Anguilla. That's what we got properly Anguilla right there that is hey yeah yeah. Get outta here dude yeah. This is great. You don't find this where there's grass that comes up to the sand. We're going to meet those guys. Anguilla the Prime Minister of those guys that's Malki. We're galaxy okay. I'LL KI ventures didn't do well keys an interesting in cat. We have a festival called electric forest that is in the woods of Michigan. We have cabins like that and actually the community so amazing using people. There is no security like that respect one another. They don't even go into each other spaces. You have these festivals where some people are glancing. Some people are just straight up camping. Let's go and do that at a lot of your events a handful. I want to do more camping. I love camping because when you have and I just added Camping Tour Large Festival ADC in Vegas. It was just about to ask you about because on your nocturnal wonderland. It says art camping music. This is my I festival that I ever produced as a teenager and I'm still doing today two longest running festival that I'm that I'm aware of well Dan in the dance music world in in America so it's been it's been quite a ride with this one. It's amazing but yeah this is going to happen at a venue venue called Glen Helen. There's camping. It's a black light themed festival. That really really comes alive when the sun sets at this. You're still to shit. I love the people that's why you gotta make more like a Mardi gras unless you go you hip had big float shit people in the floats art cars michelet combat trix art installations but really you know what makes these events was beautiful. Where's Glen Helen Glen Helen is in San Bernardino Calif Ohka. It's in the hills hills and there's a lot of grass grass at this park essentially and there's a waterslide park attached to it that we always some. That's that's a lot of fun. Digging should about this in New York in New York and you're can be difficult. We we've done Fazul's. We've done. ABC and fifty thousand one hundred thousand people over two days free DC and New York. I ended up doing Orlando because there was grass there. The venues are tough to find on the on in New York. We were producing it in a parking lot of a stadium and that's why I decided to not continue their because I wanted to find a better spot. I'm still on the search with it's a little tough doing whatever prospect park and pause for Florida I mean that would be that would be real that would be amazing but you gotta get you. GotTa get through the cement bitter here it is is that what the what I call the PM at the the people behind the what works and wreck no two people put behind all the the Napkin on this Shit Union people. You know what you know your shit because in New York East Coast new still gangster unions you don't they weren't night. They'll talk knife either. They don't let you and they they work at their own pace per hour and do not let you touch anything. If you WANNA move the Napkin Afghan food they want they. They don't want touching a thing they need to do. It and they're going to do it when they're ready so we we try ready. Get out there and things lifted your buddy the buddy system down there yeah so it was a very that was another reason. I'm glad you mentioned that because not only did we all we we use parking lot and try to transform it into a magical magical venue for the weekend which took a lot when you're putting that much into something and then you're dealing with the union you know it gets really pricey on so costly that even at sell-out your it's tough to make sense so this no this is the lineup Alan Walker. Thank machine Russia experience. We've got black tigers sex machine bleep bloop camel fat champagne champagne drip beat of bees zeke beats back to back that they're going to go back to back on the tail on the turntable Chris Lorenzo deadbeats. Dj Snake Cam Malysz Gone All Gone Down White Knight Gentleman's Club Golden Features INSOMNIAC records so INSOMNIAC. That's another one of your events so INSOMNIAC is the company. The company says all the event okay cool and we have INSOMNIAC. Records is our label. We excited to say we just had our first grammy nomination with fishers track that we've been that was exciting for us but yeah we. INSOMNIAC is the company that produces the events. It's true and it's it's a name. That's the name of the events were when I first started started so when I did the crenshaw Slauson portia is called INSOMNIAC Fridays and every weekend on a Friday. I would do a different warehouse. How long are we you doing that. I did that for a year for a year. Every Friday. There was a different party that you had to find out where it was and then I had my one year anniversary and I decided and that's when when I did nocturnal which was my first festival so it's insomnia presents nocturnal wonderland amazing man. That's so amazing so awesome. It's so cool that you know you and Mike or putting together this partnership and because I know how how stoked up Mike is about Outta every day this is why do they have to work out when they own property but if people aren't going to be every year every day time of the visited the thing where we're going to be after a fall that's too expensive. They know make a plan and they have no problem being there. It makes sense to me buddy. You don't have to fuck with the unions especially. If the infrastructures built you know we want to change the event up the the different events up so two different experience for people that come but the infrastructure you can have ready to go so you're rebuilding every time so it's it's it's great you you know very very exciting thing to explore and how much money you fuck you're tearing down all the time yeah focus on the off the the nuts and bolts of it aren't aren't as fun as you're changing the concept of the event making sure that the experiences is good and having the the foundation on the level that that makes talking about building is is that's that's exciting for the whole culture and for the scene so awesome will give it the prog yet prog do pro. I haven't done progress Russia yet. You haven't done a Russia but we talked about that Russia far. I wonder what Israel will be like. Israel's goes on US great we were looking around in Israel will be out to we're all over the world. It's it's beautiful. You know we we have grown around so much in the past two years and we're just getting started. We just had a twenty five year anniversary and I feel like it's year one for us. Wow that's exciting and in China China China. How about the riots that are going on there. Man People Are Waking Up in China and Hong Kong well mm-hmm. It's pretty interesting. What do you mean by waking up. They need to talk about some kind of revolt so to speak yeah yeah. I think that you know living under you're that type of communism communist regime where they're censorship. There's it's all sorts of only relation suits dumb you know could the way that you handle money now in China and fell things on the streets not count and and is now in China the very not common capitalist super capital of Yeah Yeah Yeah personal owned but the the government works like this this you can have a you have to be come a multi-billionaire right but it's just all money to leave the country with so you could be a billionaire and you probably could only only took three hundred thousand dollars out if you're gonNA vague if the filming five months you know why you gotTa take that much money to probably have to explain it as well. I'm not sure but most likely like Finland the communist country and people had visited Finland from Russia. Ama- moves like twenty people in online grown on a doubts and one guy had a gun lake garden and watching them why this is crazy. You seem crazy. Rich Asians know my wife yeah well. It's really interesting from a historical point of view because it talks about how the super wealthy the Chinese families saw communism coming and they left to go to Singapore this undeveloped jungle on-goal Island south of China and they started developing it and they were able to keep all of their welfare because because the wealthy that stayed in China when communism took over had to give up massive amounts of their wealth to the state so I think that's really an interesting thing what you're talking about. My is is interesting too. I mean the other guy other guys that that might be now. Kalayaan young check those guys they went on to Singapore where they went from. They went to the dope business opium. Yeah they went to open business. The rest of the capitalist that lost to the Communists in China they went to open. Will you know the oldest cannabis plants. It's they've found or discovered or ten thousand years old from China. The emperor would use it. Yeah that's cool yeah. Who are we know we should talk but I what I from the with people that we have to be high all of our life. We're always have we don't have joint. We will have a one of his cocaine liquor. Life not happy life miserable. Why is that. Why are we built like that human beings while we build it? They know it's over. The life is over once. We don't have this no more well. There's not enough parties out there. I agree pushing this out there me. Hey that was seriously yes. He makes people happy for real. I get direct messages about it every day on a level of like I'm not gonNA kill myself because I'm waiting for the next one hold on Colette. How was it like living human being they can about yourself all. That's what we do most of the time. It's just think about ourself thing around and fell right. How do people live. How do you get the fucking shit to shut up in the moment you you use zap them into being into the moment when they walk through those gates for for us. It's on our side. There's other ways to do that but that's what what we you know. We've devoted our lives to doing and it's been very gratifying should ego damn making someone else happy yeah. You know what I make. Somebody happy shut it down. Stop thinking about yourself talking about yourself all the day..

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"rotella" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

14:04 min | 1 year ago

"rotella" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

"Don't forget to use the Promo Code Hot boxing when creating your account to claim that bonus that I experience and ninety one did that really inspire. You say I gotTa do what I can to spread this this this culture this message. How did you start producing these events yourself. How does somebody even do that so I in ninety one there was a small scene and I was real happy being part of it and going and taking it all in I got inspired when it died because I realized how important it was for my life. I just wanted to bring back and I wanted somewhere for me and and my friends to have a good time and connect with others on level so that's that's when I got inspired crashed and burn and it was the Dow was in ninety two really that really die between the La a lot of these parties I used to happen in South Central and downtown. La In between the riots and the curfews that were going on for like a month or so you have to be in by these events would go all night and the parties prior to getting shut down because they were illegal and they're being this task ask for out there because they were usually in like an abandoned warehouse Sir building somewhere right yeah they were in fields. Where is Dry Lake beds. Wherever wherever there was space to fit a few thousand people wherever you can pull it off yeah yeah so that's what I got inspired us when when it died and I was I had a void in my life being able to go to these events I mean it was I really I mean I lived for my room had all the flyers on the walls. I had a survey base bins in my bedroom when did you. I think I can make a living off of this. It's a good question I actually never thought about that two decades later while I was just about the goals of having and I knew that it made me happy and I knew it made others happy and I just wanted to be be alive and and be be available to to myself and the people that I loved which I love people so I wanted to spread spread the word so I just wanted to exist and that's that's what wasn't happening for awhile so yeah so that's that's really really high starting started really Swami. Three hundred people and was your first event my first event three hundred people. How did you go about it. What did you found a space. You Hugh printed flyers. What was your workflow yeah. I was at Kinko's cutting up FL- flyers sticking them to I was doing a flyer runs and making copies and I was out there promoting on Venice beach trying to find people that remembered the old days which was only a year prior but it felt like an attorney because it had it had died a year prior and I was talking about what it was about and had three hundred people show up on the corner of Crenshaw Lawson was my first dangerous man dangerous the man Shit that either thousand me said that right looking at hinder law sound they connect with wait one another looking at him and what he said you can call it art. I thought God damn it's beautiful. It's a yoga studio now. The warehouse at I used I went met the the woman that runs a spot and we're doing a little documentary on the history and talk to the woman I and then incredible determination will go to yeah I mean even don't care with deaf taught me. I remember all the a lot of people used to crow crews crenshaw right there and there's these it'll turn off spots and I'd be setting up the sound system and there was just like a row of impalas. Just you know with hitting the hydraulics and and we were getting ready for the rave party it it was going on there that night. It was just it was two different cultures coming. You know it was it was great. It worked out perfect. The parties would go off us that spot time. I'll got busted and then started moving around around the city wherever we could find these events did you have a DJ. Somebody ready to get to put on the music like who was it. Did you do it yeah so I I hired. DJ's local L. A. Underground DJ's that were playing the parties when the Party when events were still happening and there were still some record vinyl shops on melrose and I would go in there when I would talk to the DJ's used to used to work at the record store. played the party so you could hear a track that was played at an event and then go into a record store and talk to the people what was that song like this. You try to mimic him yeah so it was it was a real small aw scene and and the dream was to to grow it on a level that it's it's grown too and the love that so. I think that's so key that you weren't even thinking about making money. You were just thinking about how do I spread this love and happiness us through many people as I can if I did if there was spreadsheets in front of me and I did it if I if the goal is to make money I could. I wouldn't have moved four yeah because it was. There was no money in it. I was broke for many many years top Rahman apartment with rent control. Luckily you just barely you know getting being able to pull it off but I mean when you don't even see I was the happiest I was as happy as ah I am now then none of that matters madden two thousand people behind you talking about. We want wing controlled but I say I say. It's not like I'm not saying I wasn't struggling because I was happy and it was the best. The enemy was exciting mood. I was in love with everything everything you were doing. That is so import as easy important for in life. I you know I think that's like you. Were saying it's that's. The beauty of these of the festivals in these carnivals is that people in today's age get so bogged down with with the mundane details of surviving having a job that pays you money so that you can eat and live bill after you pay your bills he's trying to figure out how they're going to be successful or who they are in the world and being in an environment with with with music and the sensations that you provide and create you know it reminds people of what really matters in who they are and you know at taps them back into the spirit of themselves which were so just were so distracted from in this time yeah another thing that's amazing. I'm so hyped you give me energy because someone like yourself so successful will a legend. I mean boxing. You don't think many names in boxing your energy. It gets me more excited to work harder and do more for people that finding the positivity can change their lives and it you know it it makes you hearing. You be excited about diving into this and everything that you're doing with the project. I mean that just gets me. More excited gives me energy because there's people that are again. They're angry. They're they're. They're depressed. They're so many things going on and to discover this and connect with it. That's life changing and that's everything that's why still today. There's you know the business successful but I'm still doing it for that reason to see people connect with that and get hyped on that but it can also another level happiness absolutely yeah ah can go to another level of it yeah so let's talk about what we're doing together. What are you in Mike Partnering on here. Please relief to fuck in bring to the world man. How are we going to have a worldwide fucking electronic music festival so as I mentioned before we build cities for the weekend some some shows show that we do the cost fifty sixty million dollars to build for the weekend and and then what do we do we tear it down after building it if people experience for memories pizza so one of the dreams has been rather than just building a city and then Terry down a permanent destination where you can host amazing events and just me and my Kevin Very we just recently met and it was through he's already done. He's done a festival festival. He's in building a waste in the middle of the desert. You're lazy. River different levels of accommodations grass fields the old wave pools. I mean he yes and shut tender glance beautiful and then there's me I just I told you my dear right yeah so that the perfect synergy exactly instantly we are. We started dreaming up ideas. There's and connecting and talking and and it's just it's it's were exploring a lot of different things analysts amounts of things and dabbed really excited about what he's working on and it ties into what I do for what I've devoted my life to your so that's a little a little bit felt the fine from property to show to the miserable so it's that's one of the hardest things I have spent many I mean decades trying to find venues to be able to produce these events and it's it's either. The roads can't handle it. The local government government is we're bringing woodstock that they don't have a great image of mass gatherings to their little afraid of it. Things have changed changed. In recent years and we've crossed over. The music has really gotten more popular so people now. It's it's great. I'll be talking to someone at an off a an officer or a fire marshal they'll say I you know I go to these parties or ice. Go these parties are hey. Can I meet this artists like the things have changed his matured but it's still difficult on the logistic side to find a place that can house host this this many people. How many people usually I I mean. We're doing events hundreds of events throughout the air and we have you know biggest event that you do four hundred fifty six hundred and sixty thousand people at one time one hundred sixty thousand a day. Oh Wow so villa are smaller festivals do fifty thousand sixty thousand people in Mexico City. We do one hundred twenty money in Las Vegas. We do one hundred sixty and Orlando. We do ninety thousand a day and UH on Halloween. We do sixty th there's a lot of different events and you asked earlier about the Brazzaville. We didn't get past. Sec We have nocturnal we have we have escape. We we have countdown endless amounts of Bra event ruling loud rolling loud is a is another one. That's a different different style of different. That's more hip hop. That is a hip hop festival. I can't we're not the creators of that. Show our soup we support that event and that's very very different than the community that I talk about them. Live and breathe every day. That's a great festival and we saw some guys Miami that produce uh-huh yeah. It's it's been their their their show and we're there to support them. We've helped them branch out outside of Miami where their home bases because we have the infrastructure but when it comes to the the community that I speak about different that's a great event sure but you're sure it's yes so. We have a lot of different events all different sizes. We've talked about Mike's Property. Has You know four five hundred four hundred twenty acres acres seven hundred more acres yeah. He could get a lot of room if he wants more right next door so that can accommodate eight hundred thousand plus people so are you.

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"rotella" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

14:40 min | 1 year ago

"rotella" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

"Everybody welcome to special episode of Hot box and I am Ebben Britain and I'm Mike Tyson like we got a really special really special. This dude is the man for many reasons. Po squall welcome. Thank you guys staffer honored to be here now. We're happy to hear on her very special individual. Who Have you will see continued to going absolutely interview absolutely man. So why don't we hop right in brother. Why don't you tell us who you are and what you do. I'm just a regular dude that come on and I appreciate that especially coming from a legend real honor to be here but it's I produce events mainly but we do. We have a label. We do fashion. We you do all kinds of different things but it's all based on a community that is all about positively and I'm just the the gatekeeper acilitator facilitator I'm I build these shows like I want them to be for myself as an attendee and as a fan of the culture and started off doing three hundred people at my first event that and now we're doing events with we're doing almost three million tickets a year and some events on just one weekend will do four hundred and fifty thousand people people and it's really just blossomed into this even larger community that I just has changed my life and it's been there for a lot of people that you know. life can have its challenges. People come from all different backgrounds. I get messages on a daily about these events either either lives eating commit suicide because these the this community it makes them happy. They've met their have kids. They met their partner at these events. Eh they're waiting for the next one to to come their way so that they can connect with people again. It's just it's the most beautiful thing I feel blessed every day to be able to work on on these events and be part of this community and it's real positive for for people and there's there needs to be more of that in the world so that's why I love it so much about tell us what these events are. Specifically for. There are listeners who don't know so. They're they're not like your regular concerts because of the community. That's behind it because there's there's. It's it's it's it's about music but it's also about connecting with one another and being your best itself essentially also the -gistically on the logistics either. Papa theme parks. We build cities temporary cities cities for for the for the weekend and our Vegas event. Has I mean we we have thousands of people thousands of people working on the show on that show and building that show to get ready for one hundred sixty thousand people that come through the gates gates and we have thirty thousand people camping. We have theatrics. We have amazing artists on the stage that we have art installations relations separate than the stages that also looked like art installations so there's we focus on art in all its forms. Whether it's music nick theatrics installations sculptures you mentioned Macy macy you see balloons Britain. You know we we we try to go off on. Try to touch every sense and bring everyone together and it brings people into the present moment when you while people on that level. Oh and that's what our goal is because that's how it it's easier to connect people have them in the present moment and they're not thinking about tomorrow job or whatever ever. It is yeah so it's it's. It's a great community. It's amazing man and this is the nocturnal wonderland. Nocturnal turn is one event that I produced that Mike. What are the names of the all the events you quite a few how many please tell them? I mean there's there's there's a there's a bunch of some some. What are your what are your biggest the biggest ones. ADC would be the biggest. ADC doesn't just happen anyone place. We do it all over. The World Sees Electric Dance Music Electric Daisy Carnival. That's beautiful people dress asa. There's I mean everything you can imagine. It's a literal wonderland. No no no more than that. It's more like a spiritual retreat that I perceived. He did that. The first thing I mean people I've known people that have gone in that experience and I'm wondering I'm looking at Dow in the warm looking now known why it's on looking at this and listen no and I'm thinking maybe it's my Eko. You know what you got. Check I Eagle sometimes I look at my ego and looked at all of this and wanting to people fed them my work up the wow. Oh Wow this is an army. I would like to lead this army involved in this business. He and I make after this power yamile. There's more than just people dancing power. It was like I was telling him fifth political statement. It's powerful. Every perspective that you know of the people from all parts of the world is so disenfranchised for one time they might they become franchise and they never wanted this disenfranchised again. You can have the whole world. How do you have the whole world in that at the same time. How do we do that have filmed the whole ward at the same time boom to that it was beautiful as I've been doing this my whole life since I was a teenager well starting off on the dance floor being part part of this small community very underground underground for for you to get that I try to be a little bit conservative because I think people think I'm a little when I talk about Eh sad to say without using the Tomato Eagle motherfucking. Come off that way you know what I mean but Edna by doing this at one time at no matter what time it is over the world you know different times one time and filmed all over the world and it's awesome show and it's all over the world. You can't stop it it fourth in your faith. I just love that I totally vibe with that. I remember growing up probably in Highschool and college for the most part and during my time in the NFL watching Youtube of these incredible music festivals the DJ's this music the energy of the people and being super inspired by that myself so I totally totally resonates meets with me and there's nothing like being there in person. It's hard to describe. It's hard to the fact that you've picked it up by. 'cause you haven't been going in it deep right. You've watched a lot of video. You've you feel it. Naturally you feel it when you're there. It is is unbelievable and even people that say okay. I understand it when they go and they actually feel the energy of the people in talk to the people. It's it's a whole `nother level. I mean it. Does it changes you to connect with a part of yourself that you that that you you don't you can't usually connect with by just seeing something or being told something. I mean it's really it really is special and people you know there's so many people are searching to be a part of something. They WANNA feel comfortable in their own skin. They want to be able to dance without feeling like you're being judged. They want to just let loose. This is an environment that allows you to be able to just go off. You don't have to be hard. You don't have to be you know. Worry about being anyway right and it's just in. La especially in the early nineties when when you know in nineteen ninety ninety one when I first discovered it and it was it was crazy in la those years like eight hundred eighty eight eighty nine ninety one it was nuts. I mean it. was you know. I was nuts like the electric music scene. No I'm saying the city was nuts. You know it was just a it was crazy the fighting in the streets there was gangs there was. I mean if you're a young kid growing up in L. A. and you weren't protected by if you were in an area. Where were your parents protected you or you weren't exposed to but there's a lot of people that it was crazy. Gangster rap was huge. Go people were WANNA be gangster. He had real gangsters. You I mean it was a crazy time in. La this before the La the riots that happened in ninety two and even into would you could see them before they want to see something bad was going to happen. Absolutely if you had the energy the watt backward well people shooting and you run into people that you have conflict with that you never met before. I was jumped two times. You know now as a kid hanging out you know at the parks drinking forties everyone was tried the the influences do music and it was just it was a crazy time to discover this community in this culture at that time and not get caught. I walked through the door. I remember the moment and just just feeling I remember skipping by me. It was like a big like dude that could be hard if you want it but he was like skipping by me with like a daisy and his cango like it was a trip to see that usually people are sizing you up and like what are you about and kind of reserved and seeing what you're about if not running up even asking where you're from depending on where you were at that time to be in this environment where there is this this music that. Who's just an unbelievable love I love this is where I think about what I what I'm thinking about the music playing we move. I think about playing my affirmations about thank you God for my my hands. Thank thank you for my life. Thank you for my. I thank you for my wonderful. Life and you know it's going over to the people here in and petition repetition. Thank you for being able to love being able to read and being enable to understand our having to go visit world. There's too much love. I love this on television. Maybe just fantasize being being involved. When was that first time you had that experience my on a little longer than that me watching them. Minya with watching this was different in couches wotton yeah yeah fascinated by and that's I wish that happened earlier than two weeks ago. That could happen a long time for me. That happened just meant to back in two days mental. I've seen on with your crazy. Listen Kid and no Allan Atwood re read them. I thought Wow holy shit. They don't even know what this this is. The thought I get that fifty phone yeah for me. It happened in Nineteen ninety-one. Luckily luckily I I you know I felt like so. Many people so many people's lives would have been change if they discovered it that early on and who were the big artists then there wasn't I mean underground big. It was here in. La I mean at the scene was so small and at one point it was consistent. That's why I started because it existed for a short period time. There was a call it rape taskforce than when shut down all the parties are all illegal at the time so this first experience you had was a rave the word Rave will actually it was called undergrads it was they were calling him raves so they kind of turn raises kind of sort of derogatory like like law enforcement term for me to you're talking to you if the if Fox News covering it's it's derogatory more likely if if you know for me it's it's the history of the underground scene rave culture beautiful thing where and there's a great community behind it where you had a bad image had a bad image of it the public the Productivity Ruben image they did young onto the things that they could find that were relative and that was what was it what would it was all about versus. Disa- ah you know me not getting jumped at. NBA Roy noticed too and knows the love. That's my head up the love yeah. It was all alon uninhibited and get let it all go yeah. No people feel uncomfortable you being in that in that environment in. La Was it was a a a place that you've felt comfortable in your skin and felt good could administrator told there where people in the community thing that one day you can you can do do they. Just keep that keep that in mind sign Mike and just fucking blasted out into the universe man. It's going to happen and if it three days in a row you Clinton play three days. Let it go brother. I need to do this ad read but I I've. I've got some money to collect so I need to call my bookie..

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"rotella" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"rotella" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"rotella" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"rotella" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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"rotella" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"rotella" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"rotella" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"rotella" Discussed on WJR 760

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"rotella" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"rotella" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"rotella" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"rotella" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"rotella" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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01:37 min | 1 year ago

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"rotella" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"rotella" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"rotella" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"rotella" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"rotella" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"rotella" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Rotella. What matters is inside with forty years of experience in the heavy duty engine oil category. The makers of shell Rotella engine oil believed that what matters most is often unseen. It's found inside. And that includes the technology behind shell Rotella t for fifteen w forty we actively put our shell Rotella products to the test against the competition. And while some Mayfield at all. You can listen while you're driving. You can listen while you're not driving tune in onto man to read is extra mile. A new trucking podcast from Red Eye Radio. Available on apple podcasts. Google podcasts. Stitcher tudent Spotify. And of course, our website, redeye radio show dot com. Tune in onto man to rent is extra mile from Greenwich radio we try to make healthy choices. But do.

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Holly Madison and Pasquale Rotella split after nearly 5 years of marriage

Lori and Julia

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Holly Madison and Pasquale Rotella split after nearly 5 years of marriage

"Celebrity couples news, a Holly, Madison and pass quality Rotella. Splitting up after five years of marriage. An insider tells people dot com that the pair split over the summer and that Holly Madison's now living in L A and doing all right in the former playboy model and the electric daisy carnival founder began dating in two thousand eleven and they welcomed their daughter rainbow Aurora in March of two thousand thirteen we begged her not to marry him. Yeah. I kind of remember that. Because he was being investigated for like. Asia. And we're like what do you want to marry that guy for? Yes, you do think it was a little too much for her to get too little too much. Because she was with criss angel before the name with half harbor long. I loved her book. We I remember. Inside the rabbit hole or something. Oh that is a big red flag. Yeah. We'll hope she's doing well

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"rotella" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"rotella" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"rotella" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"rotella" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"rotella" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"rotella" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Week coming up in a few minutes but at 531 suggested on traffic with leonard rotella all right thank you tanya lucky on our live in dodge traffic ham i 70 on the east side at mit how for road traffic seems to be moving up to speed right now let's take a look at our maps as of this moment there is one a crash had been for boulevard and east a sixty seconds three nominee traffic and she's relating to that accident only give you a few drive times this morning as you're handed out in your morning commute if you're headed towards the city on i 65 from i ain't 65 to i 75 will take you about eighteen minutes for heading towards the city from the east side heading westbound i 70 postponed i 65 gonna take you about eleven minutes there does look to be a little bit of a delay towards the center of the city but other than that you should be pretty fine on your morning commute this morning let's take another look at our indoctrinated comes this one from the west side of town i seventy four and dandy trail again looks like things pretty much moving up to speed so far handed out the door no cause for concern the way backups just prince this airline thank you the man alleged to have shooting and killing lieutenant air and alan is expected to be formally charged today in marion county court now allen died last thursday after responding to a car crash on the south side in home kroft are tv6 is stephanie wade is alive now the marion county court house with more information from stephanie yeah we are learning more this morning of what led up to the car crash and prompted the shooting of south brought lieutenant aaron allen now according to court documents allen was shot fourteen times when responding to the car crash that started at all last thursday and a sixty six hundred block of madison avenue jason.

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