October 03 2016

Winyl Presents: DJ Mambo's 5 Must-Hear Records

Los Angeles-Standard Sounds
To celebrate the opening of our beautiful new lobby bar at The Standard, Downtown LA, Standard Sounds presents Winyl, every Wednesday night from 6-9pm. We'll be playing albums the way they were intended to be spun, from start to finish, paired with charcuterie and tastings by Silverlake Wines. 

First up on October 5th is Mambo, a Chilean-born DJ, artist, and friend to The Standard. Hear his five favorite records and get ready to groove. 

Winyl 
Hosted by CC Shefield
Every Wednesday, 6-9pm
The Lobby Lounge at The Standard, Downtown LA
Aux Armes Et Caetera by Serge Gainsbourg  
"In 1978, Serge Gainsbourg teamed up with roots reggae legends Sly and Robbie for a timeless jewel. It combines dirty and controversial French singing with Jamaican drum and bass, and includes the reggae version of the French national anthem."
Call of the Valley by Hariprasad Chaurasia and Shiv Kumar Sharma
"I don’t practice meditation, but I paint. Sometimes I do it while listening this album, and I’m pretty sure it's not far off from meditation."


Tropical Gangsters by Kid Creole and the Coconuts 
"Despite the funny and colorful style of this band, I really think August Darnell's productions were pure genius and the best kind of tropical funk."


Plastic Beach by Gorillaz
"There are so many different, great things combined here that it's too long to list them all. Damon Albarn is a rare music genius."
Lovesexy by Prince 
"In France, we like to keep what happened in the bedroom…in the bedroom."