Metro Art & Decibel Festival Present: Rival Consoles

Union Station Ticketing Hall

May 18, 2018, from7:30pm to 10pm

This event is free and open to the public. No tickets or reservations required.


  • 7:30 – 8:15 – Tottie
  • 8:15 – 9:15 – John Tejada
  • 9:15 – 10:00 – Rival Consoles

Metro Art has partnered up with Decibel Festival to bring you a night of live, immersive electronic music from Rival Consoles, John Tejada, and Tottie in Union Station’s Historic Ticketing Hall on Friday, May 18th at 8pm.

For the past several years, English composer Ryan Lee West’s moniker Rival Consoles has been synonymous with the subtle, introspective textures of electronic music. As the first artist signed to Erased Tapes, he set an early precedent for a label that would etch out a unique place at the intersection of contemporary classical music and nuanced club sounds. Rival Consoles will be joined by local techno pioneer John Tejada, whose prolific career in the studio and in the DJ booth has seen him proudly fly the flag for Los Angeles internationally for the past two decades. Dublab and Liminal Space resident Tottie will be setting the mood on opening duties with her eclectic selections and infectious vibes.