Get ready for a spooktacular 6+Hour Halloween Live-Stream † Fresh Produce Music Halloween Los Angeles Underground parties Since 1994. Creating some of the most memorable Halloween-themed moments through the 1990s and beyond with some of the best talent to come from Los Angeles including DJ Daniel (DComplexity), Treavor Moontribe, Eric Davenport, Jesse Brooks, John Kelly and Thomas Michael. This year we have a FREE Halloween Live-Stream lined up for everyone, and it’s going to be Wicked! All confirmed DJs are excited and planning special selections just for this! Tune-in for the music and let it play while you spook on Halloween Night. You can also watch or join the chat if you’re not spooking at the door 👻 Happy Halloween!
Fusion Digital Infiniti by DComplexity
spooky fresh picks
Come on my Selector, Directed by Chris Cunningham – an incredibly creative vision for a very complex tune
photos and flyers
Fresh Produce Music since 1991. First Halloween party was 1994 with Dancing Skeletons. Djs were Thomas Michael as American Thomas, Daniel Moontribe, Treavor Moontribe, Jesse Brooks and Blair. The place was packed, hot and sweaty.
As Thomas Michael entered the building to start his set he was abruptly stopped from fogged-up glasses. It was so hot and sweaty he couldn’t make it to the turntables without having to take off his glasses. This totally got him excited as he turned around and laughed that his glasses fogged up. This was his 2nd gig in Los Angeles. He came down from San Francisco and later changed his name from American Thomas to Thomas Michael.
The simple underground style Lighting was by David Cat in the Hat, The Sound System was by James and props and Haunted House by Ricky Bonilla and the Fresh Produce Crew. The costumes for the night were absolutely amazing and hilarious. The winners of the $100 cash prize went to Ken & Barbie costumes from James Bentley and Jenn Star. I can’t remember if we gave them each $100 or if they had to split $50. Either way, the picture of them made it into some underground zine and today, the costume is actually one you can find in costume shops, but, it’s only from the waist up.
Every year in the 1990s we planned our annual Halloween events until 1999 †
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