Indigenous Peoples, S.T.O.I.C., NES (aka World Citizens), Audible
Wed, August 1, 2012
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmHerman's Hideaway
$3.00 - $6.00
This event is 21 and overhttp://www.hermanshideaway.com/event/142107/
Inspired by so many, my boundaries are limitless. NO BOUNDARIES!!!! Reppin M.H.S.M. so hard, with so much amazing electronic music emerging from this scene I feel beyond blessed to be able to work/perform with some of the most talented producers out in the music game period. Look out for my Lp to drop in the Future, Mile High State of Mind, gonna take the music game by storm guaranteed.
The definition of hip hop. Adrenaline pumping beats mixed with clever and witty lyrics presents an unprecedented sound. Based out of Denver, CO, The Antagonist and MainEvent combine to form the hip hop group S.T.O.I.C. Influenced by east coast hip hop of the mid 1990's. This talented tandem formed in the late 1990's but have become serious about recording and performing in the last 5 years. Their energetic and non-stop live show is something to behold. Their 45 to 60 minute set flows seamlessly from track to track without stopping. Their first CD, "A Gathering of the Masses" was an underground success. This CD gave fans a glimpse of what was to come from the duo. Their highly anticipated 2nd CD, "The Fate of the Great 13" is sure to give hip hop heads everywhere something to bob their head to. MainEvent works his magic yet again…
The vision: A guild of artists, all inline with the basic function of life. To live, let live and make music. Any kind of music. We are connecting a gamut of genres to present in part or as a multi hour collage of sound therapy.
The concept of being a "world citizen" was conceived by WWII veteran, Gary Davis who along with many supporters has formed a functioning organization registering millions of committed world citizens and even issuing semi functional passports.
"The world belongs to the people who inhabit it. We have the right to change it, shape it, & nurture it. Life in the universe is unimaginably rare. It must be be protected, respected, & cherished." ~Gary Davis
1578 South Broadway
Denver, CO, 80210