Tonight’s Tuesday Night Cafe show is moving due to rain! Not an April Fool’s joke. Seriously… it’s going to rain…. in LA.

The show is moving down the block and indoors to the;

National Center for the Preservation of Democracy
111 N Central Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90012.
Google Map

It’s just across the way from the Japanese American National Museum!

Check out the facebook event page for a map of the new venue.
https://www.facebook.com/events/691585510884302/

How late is it to wish someone Happy New Year? The band has been doing a lot of traveling over the past couple of months. Jayson and Nik visited Cambodia in November, Sagar has been traveling up and down the east coast of the USA in December, and Sumi just got back from India last week.

Anyway, after a nice break we are ready to start playing again and looking forward to 2014!

We are excited to be playing at the GRAMMY Museum next week (which is a great place to spend an afternoon by the way). It will be a private event for art school students and their families in celebration of the their “I Love LA: Celebrating Los Angeles’ Musical Melting Pot” series. Unfortunately this means we can’t invite you all this time but there will be video from the event which we will provide.

UPDATE: Unfortunately this event got canceled…. hopefully we can play there sometime in the future.

You can now download Beats for Bangladesh: A Benefit Album In Solidarity with the Garment Workers of Rana Plaza for $15. That’s less money than the shirt on your back.

The album includes 26 tracks from over 30 artists such as Red Baraat, Vijay Iyer, Mandeep Sethi, Chee Malabar, lal, the Kominas and Elephants with Guns! Everything from hip hop, punk, rock, pop and jazz is on here.

All proceeds will go to the on-the-ground organization “Bangladeshi Center for Worker Solidarity” through the Washington DC based 501c3 organization International Labor Rights Forum.

Visit http://www.beatsforbangladesh.org/ for more information!