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The first official cannabis cafe in the United States opened up in West Hollywood this week. Hunnypot isn't the type to wait around for permissions. It was just another new year last night and we celebrate HIGH holidays every other week. Last night we did like we always have. Hot Tub Johnnie keefed it real and lit up the night with a starting DJ set. Adèle Ho jumped in the hot tub for her origin story interview and ripped a playlist of party tunes. Sarah Rogo returned with her loaded blues and rhythm voodoo. Peter More performed dank melodies and harmonies. Sugi Dakks left everyone satisfied with high energy raucous funk, pop & rock. The Singularity brought us higher conscience electro rock and Hot Tub blazed a dance party set for a new wave of fans.   09/30/2019

Adèle Ho 


Recently Adèle Ho has joined the team at Supergroup Sonic Branding, a full music supervision company based in Toronto and LA working in film, TV, ads and branding. Adèle relocated to Los Angeles from her native Canada to pursue music supervision. She completed the Music Business program at UCLA Extension and then began her music supervision career by interning at Neophonic, Inc. before spending the last few years working with Joel C. High at creative control.

Prior to music supervision, Adèle worked in politics with stints on Parliament Hill in Canada, Washington, D.C. and Asia. She then decided to pursue her dream of working in music and worked on the programming and production for major festivals in Canada working with artists like Broken Social Scene, Bon Iver, Frank Turner, Calexico, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Timber Timbre and a Tribe Called Red to name a few.

Credits Include: Yellow Rose, JT LeRoy, G-Funk, Tyler Perry's Acrimony, 1999- Wish You Were Here, Honey: Rise Up And Dance, Dean and more.

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sarah rogo2019 SARAH ROGO

Sarah Rogo has been refining her craft and leaving a long-lasting impression on audiences of all ages and musical backgrounds with her energetic and soulful performances. Claiming the title as 'Soulful Roots,' she blends old blues, soul, and folk styles with a youthful twist. Sarah captivates audiences with her haunting slide guitar work and unique genre-defying style. Authentic and soulful, she paints vivid pictures through sound and song. A captivating dance between grit, beauty, and skill.

Sarah Rogo is a young, and gifted artist and it’s all reflected in her infectious live performances, where her energy is contagious. Steeped in the eclectic mixes of traditional music like blues, jazz, ragtime, klezmer, and classical, Rogo finds new ways to express timeless emotions and feels.

Rogo's full studio album with co-writes and production by notable producer David Ricketts (David and David, Toni Childs, Sheryl Crow, Meredith Brooks) is slated to be released in 2020.

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Over the years, Peter More and his bandmates have called many places home. Originally from Fort Worth, Texas, More joined forces with Spanish flamenco guitarist José Juan Poyatos, Mexican bassist Diego Noyola, and French-American drummer Adrien Faunce in San Miguel de Allende, the colonial arts haven three hours north of Mexico City. There, the band began to record with prolific drummer Rick Shlosser (who played on many Van Morrison and James Taylor classics, among hundreds of other credits).

A chance encounter with Steely Dan's Donald Fagen, who happened to be visiting San Miguel, led to Fagen producing More's debut album, "Beautiful Disrepair," and his follow-up EP entitled "Shoulder." Best described by Donald Fagen as music with "a smart savvy edge...its an American dish served with hot sauce." More's layered stories naturally have evolved with the band’s continual movement through recording sessions beyond San Miguel that took place in Fort Worth, New York City, and Woodstock.

Wanderlust underscores More's music, weaving the many influences and intersections from the songwriter's unconventional journey. The road just seems to strengthen the bond between the band-mates and the power of More's heartfelt songs.

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Sugi Dakks is the brainchild of LA based Kyle Donald, a Jazz Piano Performance major, his dual interests in poetry and music merged into the pop/soul/jazz/hip hop sound that is Sugi Dakks. His blend of rap, singing, jazz piano is largely self-produced and draws inspiration from Kendrick Lamar, Anderson Paak, Stevie Wonder and Miles Davis.

As a writer/producer he has upcoming cuts with Wale, DWY and Raina Rich. His early artist singles have reached over millions of plays, #1 on Hype Machine, spun on BBC Radio and supported widely by tastemakers. In 2018 his debut mixtape ‘The Business’ was recognized widely by key industry figures followed by a much touted debut EP – ‘Black Coffee’.

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The Singularity


What if Bowie, Prince and the Cure had a baby?

Blog and radio attention has been universal using lots of superlatives like: “Genius, Massive, Perfection, Brilliant, Great, Outstanding, Exquisite, Remarkable, Pure Beauty, Excellent, Impressive, Inspiring” and seem to feature the words “I Love” a lot. The most important people are the fans. They are lovely people who genuinely seem to love it!

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Last modified on Thursday, 16 December 2021
  • Playlist


    Little Brother - Black Magic (Make It Better)

    Ari Lennox - Shea Butter Baby ft. J. Cole

    IDK - 24

    Anna Of The North - Dream Girl

    Courtship. -  Guy Stuff


    Automatic - Calling It 

    Mikey Mike - Cooler


    Rich Aucoin – It

    Mark Ronson – True Blue ft. Angel Olsen

    HUMANS – Gotta Go Home

    Channel Tres – Black Moses ft. JPEGMAFIA

    A Tribe Called Quest – Can I Kick It

    La Force – TBT

    Cage The Elephant – Dance Dance

    Sharon Van Etten – Seventeen

    BlakRoc – Ain’t Nothing like You (Hoochie Coo) ft. Jim Jones & Mos Def

    --ADÈLE HO (RECAP)--

    Tyga - Goddamn ft. A Boogie wit da Hoodie

    Your Smith - In Between Plans

    Gucci Mane - Richer Than Errybody feat. YoungBoy Never Broke Again & DaBaby

    Fat Joe - Yes ft. Cardi B & Anuel AA

    Six 3 (aka Dorrough Music) - Texafornia

    PART 2


    Fat Joe - Yes ft. Cardi B & Anuel AA

    Wolftyla - All Tinted

    Shoreline Mafia - Fell In Love feat. Fenix Flexin

    Lunchmoney Lewis - Make That Cake feat. Doja Cat

    Charli XCX - Blame It On Your Love feat. Lizzo

    Young Dolph & Key Glock - Water On Water On Water

    Wale - BGM


    Tove Lo - Really Don't Like U feat. Kylie Minogue

    Polo G Feat. Lil Baby & Gunna - Pop Out Again

    Mike Nasty & Snubbs - Stepdad


    Sofi Tukker - Purple Hat

    Elephant Heart - The Digital

    Big Boi & Sleepy Brown - Intentions feat. CeeLo Green

    The Brand New Heavies - The Funk Is Back    

    Major Lazer - Que Calor feat. J Balvin and El Alfa

    Kellerkind - Disco On The Dancefloor


    LightSkinKeisha - SMD

    Jax Jones - Jacques ft. Tove Lo

    Prince - I Wanna Be Your Lover

    Pat Lok & Party Pupils - From The Back

    NVDES & Remmi - Bump It

    KC Lights - Sol

    DeeWunn - Jaw Jump

    Born Dirty - Squeaky

    Prince - Controversity

    Laid Back - White Horse

    David Bowie - Let’s Dance

    Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Relax

    Wham! - Wham Rap! (Enjoy What You Do?)

    Madonna - Holiday

    The Cure - Let’s Go To Bed

    Whitney Houston - I Wanna Dance With Somebody

    The Style Council - You’re The Best Thing

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