We’ve had our eye on the Anomaly Music Collective for a while now, particularly since their first release back in March. Although the collective itself is fresh on the scene, its members have been around for a while, and want to help young producers as they develop their craft. For those who produce and/or DJ, and even for those who don’t, the Anomaly crew will be putting on a fun event Sunday, August 21 at 2 pm. Come one, come all to the far north end of the beach at Golden Gardens to enjoy some food, jams, and the sunshine with your friends, and of course the Anomaly crew! Bonus points for those who bring sides, snacks, and their own beer since it will be limited. So besides a classic barbecue, what’s going on? There will be a beer pong tournament with a $10 buy in, but otherwise the event is free. The winners win a cash prize and an Anomaly tank top for each player. Now for the business side of things. There will also be a show and tell, as well as a production Q&A throughout the day. So if you’re a producer, be sure to bring your tracks with you. You could get some valuable input and advice from other like-minded artists. Anomaly Collective is all about producers helping producers, and that’s only the beginning. “The PNW music scene is about sticking together and building each other up to create an experience you can’t get anywhere else. Our mentors and colleagues share that same vision and we are blessed to have their support.” -Ramon Jones No matter how long you’ve been in the production world, bring what you’ve got (on your phone is fine)! If you’re not a producer, be a homie and bring some chips for the squad, because this is a day for sharing and having fun. If you love their vision, bring some cash to support Anomaly by buying some of their merchandise. Bring your friends, bring your dog, bring your mom! Where: Golden Gardens – Far north end of the beach When: Sunday, August 21, 2 pm Who: Aspiring producers, people who love music, dogs who like the beach How much?: Free! (Beer Pong Tournament is a $10 buy-in) What do I bring?: If you’re a producer, your music! If not, your beach-dancing shoes Stay tuned for Anomaly Collective’s next big release, coming this Fall, and we’ll see you on Sunday! Tina Irion Hailing from the golden hills of California, Tina lives for sunny days in Seattle. With an expansive taste and hunger for both food and music, she loves all things from Celine Dion to Slipknot (and of course EDM).