Metro Art is excited to announce the second season of Deep Routes, produced in partnership with community radio and arts foundation dublab. Each episode is a multimedia dive into the intersecting musical histories embedded into the streets, buildings and neighborhoods of Los Angeles and accessible via Metro Bus, Rail and Bike Share.
The episodes offer new perspectives shared through oral histories with local artists, business owners and community leaders. Episodes traverse sounds from the LA Filipino/a/x Diaspora to the Cumbia Sonidera scene on Broadway to the rave scene in the San Gabriel Valley, and beyond.
The full season:
- Live at Union Station, May 7, 2022
- LA Filipino/a/x Diaspora
- Cumbia Sonidera on Broadway
- Groovin’ in the SGV, with Latin house music
- Instrumental City
- Quetzal: One Band, Many Movements
- Stories and Sounds of the Tongva
About Season 1
The first season of six episodes aired in summer 2020, when Metro Art and dublab teamed up to offer multimedia arts and cultural journeys across Los Angeles to transit riders during the pandemic—wherever they happened to be located.
Episodes 1-3 looked at the musical histories of neighborhoods near new rail projects under construction — as seen from a Metro Bike. Episodes 4-6, timed to coincide with Bike Month, connected music and communities accessible via Metro Rail, Bus and Bike.
Learn more and listen to Season 1 here.
About Metro Art
Metro Art enhances the customer experience with innovative, award-winning visual and performing arts programming that encourages ridership and connects people, sites and neighborhoods throughout LA County. A diverse range of site-specific artworks are integrated into the growing Metro system, improving the quality of transit environments and creating a sense of place.
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