Dub Club

What began as an enclave of old-school reggae lovers sharing music with friends is now one of L.A.’s longest-running dance parties—of any genre. Held every Wednesday, the 12-year-old Dub Club at the Echoplex is consistently epic, featuring vinyl-only sets by DJs like Eddie Ruscha (the painter’s son) mixed in with live sets by pioneers like the Abyssinians and Sister Nancy as well as newer Dub acts like Zion Train and Tippa Lee. Indie rockers, dreadheads, tokers, and Rastafarians of all shades, sizes, and ages share the grooves and good vibes at this get-together, which truly feels like “One Love.”