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Diego Bernal and Ernest Gonzales Present ‘Atonement’ at the Aztec

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Atonement is more than an album, it’s an excuse to give back to the community. Kids, to be exact: all proceeds from the sale of the album—which is available via exponential.bandcamp.com on a name-your-price basis—will go toward the creation of SAMPL (San Antonio Music Production Lab), a non-profit dedicated to teaching kids DJ skills, production and beat-making. Not a bad idea, and a way for Bernal to merge his two passions of music and civic involvement.

“The beats are done,” he said. “Now we have to make the parks better.”

Diego Bernal/Ernest Gonzales CD release party feat. DJ Jester the Filipino Fist, DJ Rivera, DJ Sonora, DJ Solo Serve (of Ghostpizza), Third Root, Chisme

$5 in advance, $8 at the door
(wristband gives you access to all seven showcases)
9pm Sat, Sept 28
Aztec Theatre
201 E Commerce
(210) 481-1200
sanantoniomusicawards.com

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