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20 September 14

For Art Days 2014, we've teamed up with The Downtown Art House to bring you a special showcase featuring O.E. family and friends. Tonight, catch Bobby Flan, Dim Past, Fsik Huvnx (ft. Monica Camafreita), the end I Radio, and Teasure Teeth performing in the DAH parking lot. It's free and it's gonna be loud - we're using the Squelchers Sound System to turn the lot into a giant amplifier of sorts. And if you hate music, you might like beer. There will be free beer courtesy of Pabst Blue Ribbon. Although, if you hate music you're probably not reading this. If you're not in town, you can stream the whole thing live starting at 6PM EST. Look out for a tweet with the streaming URL when the whole thing goes down!

05 September 14

Echos Myron, curated by Beatriz Monteavaro (Holly Hunt) & Priyadarsini Ray, opens today at the Art & Culture Center of Hollywood in Hollywood, FL. The exhibition features visual art by South Florida musicians, including pieces by Gavin Perry (Holly Hunt) and David Brieske (Fsik Huvnx). The show runs through Nov 2nd, so if you're in the South Florida area, there's plenty of time to check it out.

30 July 14

We're taking our annual summer vacation starting today. Any inquiries or web orders will be handled when we return on August 12th.

08 July 14

Miami grind and Miami heavy kick off their Trippin' Across the USA tour tonight in Gainesville. Shitstorm features members of Torche, and y'all already know and love Holly Hunt, who will be hitting the west coast for the first time! 26 dates of destruction await the continental states - do not miss this if there's a date in your town. Complete info can be found on the events page.

04 July 14

Audio Junkie's Third Annual Independence Bash kicks off today and runs all weekend at Gramps in Miami. We're a proud sponsor and will be on deck with an OE pop-up shop, and members of the OE family performing throughout the weekend. If you're in the area, come out for this free event, featuring vendors, contests, food, DJs and over 50 bands!

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