We are giving away a pair of tickets to see Champagne Champagne, Don’t Talk To The Cops!, Dyme Def, and Vox Mod at the Nectar Lounge this Saturday! To win, comment on this post why you would like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed on Friday, January 11th.
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From our partners at Nectar Lounge:
Champagne Champagne, Don’t Talk To The Cops!
Dyme Def, and Vox Mod
Jan 12, 2013 8PM | 21+ | $10 | Tickets: www.ticketweb.com
412 N. 36th St., Seattle WA 98103
Phone: 206.632.2020 | More info: nectarlounge.com
Seattle’s own punk-rap-shoegazers, backroom brown hornets, vibrate higher in their magnetic blackness. Two MC’s: Pearl Dragon, lifer-a smoke-breathing hood Jim Morrison- and Sir Thomas Gray, the hyperactivated game-gifted trouble man.
One producer/multi-instrumentalist DJ Gajamagic (AKA Mark Gadjahar, drummer/founding member of defunct Seattle posthardcore institution The Blood Brothers, current backbone to Past Lives and Weekend) – master of dark arts, road-trip Macgyver, and sound systems savage. Together they “outrap and outparty everyone” (via Seattle Weekly), drink greenrooms dry, and smash packed clubs and sweaty basements alike with their afrofuturist afterparty music- rejecting easy classifications, broke groupies, and bammer weed.
Just picture The Cure, Cody ChesnuTT and Cannibal Ox at a Pabst-soaked jam in a haunted mansion. Now picture The ‘Pagne burning it the f*** down. Yeah, you got it. -Larry Mizell Jr
Dyme Def is a Seattle based hip hop trio, founded in 2006 and composed of rappers Fearce Villain, S.E.V., and Brainstorm. Bean One is the primary beat producer for the group, but MC Brainstorm makes the occasional beat as well, although he is also a recognized MC, being a past champion of the Red Bull Beat Battle in 2007.
“‘Hologram Ghost’ is spooky funk. ‘Queue (Please Wait)’ is cinema for a spaceship. ‘Let Go’ is jazz for robots. ‘Collapse’ transports us to the horizon of a massive galactic event. There’s lots to enjoy and admire in this work.” -Charles Mudede, The Stranger