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(ARTIST CANCELED DATE) Carnage The Executioner
Tytuus, LesOne, Travellers Music
Wed, March 22, 2017
Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pmHerman's Hideaway
$6.00 - $10.00
This event is 21 and overhttp://www.hermanshideaway.com/event/1440188/
When it is time to perform live shows, Carnage brings the heavy artillery: he comes armed with two microphones, a Boss RC-20 Loop Station, a Digitech Vocal 300 Effects Processor, a small case of percussion instruments, boundless energy and a commanding stage presence. Carnage constructs complex multi-layered soundscapes from the ground up with breath-taking accuracy. He then proceeds to rap, harmonize and vocal-scratch over his backdrops with intensity and showmanship that is difficult to put into words...So it must be witnessed first-hand!
Carnage made his first appearance on an album release in 1996 on Minnesota's first full-length compilation, "The Collective", then going by the name T-Swift. Shortly after changing his name, Carnage began making waves on the local MN scene and nationally. Carnage, along with his former group, The SWEEPS released "Bootleg Tracks From Junkion EP in 2001". The greater Hip-Hop world heard Carnage on Eyedea's "The Many Faces Of Oliver Hart Or How I One The Write To Think" album (Rhymesayers Entertainment) on the track, "Coaches" in 2002. The SWEEPS went on to release the "Foreign Genetics" full-length album in 2003. Eyedea & DJ Abilities invited Carnage to join them on their opus, "E&A" where Carnage appeared the track, "Star Destroyer" in 2004.
Carnage independently funded and oversaw the release of his first solo, unofficial album, "The Carnology Vol. 0.5 EP" on his own label, Hecatomb Industries in 2004. Carnage released his first full-length solo debut album, "Sense Of Sound" independently on Hecatomb Industries in 2007.
Carnage, with the help of independent Hip-Hop label called Fill In The Breaks, released "Respect The Name" in 2012. His artistic growth is notable and only shows his progression into a potent storyteller. In 2011, Carnage and Fill In The Breaks released "Worth The Wait", which was listed as one of 'The Best Albums Of 2011' in the Star Tribune. This article said that Carnage is "…busy proving why he should be called the most skillful emcee in MN".
Carnage collaborates with Hip-Hop/spoken word artist Desdamona to form Ill Chemistry. Ill Chemistry released their highly-anticipated, self-titled debut album in January 2012 on French Jazz music label, Nato/Hopestreet Records. Ill Chemistry played the well-attended Sons d'hiver Music Festival as well as touring Europe multiple times to support their album.
Carnage has shared stages with such heavyweights as KRS-ONE, The RZA, Method Man, Yelawolf, Guru of Gangstarr, Too $hort, Sage Francis, Aesop Rock, Brother Ali and more.
Travellers Music is a diverse independent hip-hop collective known for attacking a wide variety of subject matter, while maintaining a high-energy, action packed show. Incorporating carefully placed rhyme schemes ranging from aggressive and outspoken to heartfelt and soulful, they strive to embody all aspects of conscious thought. Straying away from being consumed by the shallow and generic hip-...See More
Denver Based Travellers Music, takes it upon themselves to deliver 100% independent hip hop in its truest form. Multiple styles unite to overcome modern day trials and tribulations.
1578 South Broadway
Denver, CO, 80210