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Our musical artist lineup for CAAMfest 2013!
Top: Dengue Fever [[Listen]]
Dengue Fever is a six-member band from Los Angeles who combine sixties’ Cambodian pop music with psychedelic rock. Their unique sound draws enthusiastic crowds from L.A. to the U.K. and high praise from Rolling Stone, Mojo, iTunes and more. Dengue Fever has won countless awards including Best New Artist (LA Weekly) and Best World Music Album (Independent Music Awards).
Middle Left: Vinroc [[Listen]]
Former 2x World Champion DJ and arguably one of the most versatile DJ/Producers in the world, Vinroc (a.k.a. Vincent Punsalan), has lived the Hip-Hop dream. He’s shared the stage with celebrated DJ’s such as Z-Trip, Jam Master Jay, Africa Bambaata and DJ Qbert, and been featured in numerous publications from URB Magazine to Rolling Stone. Vinroc’s success has culminated in the launch of his own label, That’s That.
Middle Right: Jhameel [[Listen]]
Born of Korean, Japanese and Mongolian ancestry, the provocative, androgynous, multi-faceted indie pop artist Jhameel is creating his own innovative world of high-energy, synthy R&B pop that draws inspiration from the likes of Prince, Phoenix, and MGMT. Jhameel was named “2012 Band on the Rise” by San Francisco Bay Guardian.
Bottom Left: Goh Nakamura [[Listen]]
Festival favorite Goh Nakamura is a Bay Area-based musician/actor armed with an acoustic guitar and beat machine. Singing bittersweet melodies about love, meter maids and missed connections, Nakamura garnered over a million views on YouTube. Goh has not only contributed his guitar and vocal work to numerous films, but he has also taken his talents to the big screen, starring in Surrogate Valentine and Daylight Savings.
Bottom Right: Indian Bastards from Hell (members of Das Racist) [[Listen]]
After the West-Coast premiere of Dosa Hunt, stay for a Q&A with filmmaker Amrit Singh as well as a special set by Indian Bastards from Hell. Mix and mingle with special guests and be prepared for some delicious treats—including, you guessed it, mouth-watering DOSA! Take a moment to see the Asian Art Museum’s newest exhibition, China’s Terracotta Warriors. A perfect convergence of film, music, art and food: this is an event you cannot miss.