Are you looking for a crazy night, filled with open fires, chain saws, and liters of soda dousing you and your friends? Look not further, than the Insane Clown Posse show at the Regent. The cartoonish metal/rap band focuses on performance art, and is sure to blow your mind with their vaunted live show. Snag your ticket today!
WIth a lively style of funk, the South Bronx band ESG has impacted not only post punk and no-wave, but rap and house music- how many groups can say they affected not one genre but four? This incredible ensemble will be gracing the stage at the Echoplex and I promise this is a show you don't want to miss!
London-based producer, songwriter and singer, Kelly Lee Owens, has been making waves for her shadowy techno pop sound. After releasing an incredible self titled debut album last year, she is taking her talent to Pico Union Project. Make sure to snag your ticket ASAP- you don't want to miss this!
A fan of the Bombay Bicycle Club? Then you would love Mr. Jukes, the solo/collaborative project of Bombay Bicycle Club's Jack Steadman. WIthin this project, Steadman has gotten the chance to explore his love of jazz, funk, and soul further diversifying the sound of his work. Luckily for you, Mr. Jukes is coming to the Echo- make sure you find your way there!
Exuberant yet sophisticated, FIckle Friends are changing the game with their 80's style synth pop sound. The genre defying band creates effusive, synth-heavy tracks that are sure to blow your mind- how could you miss them live?! Make sure to snag your tickets for their show at the Echo; you won't be disappointed!
Superorganism has been drawing attention from the moment they arrived on the music scene. The enigmatic, eight-member supergroup is bringing their art pop inspired sound to the Echoplex for what will be a colorful performance. If you don't have a ticket yet, what are you doing?!
Call Super just did an astounding FabricLive and is worth your time if you like a nice intersection with the harder varieties of house. Prototype's not a bad venue either. Czech it out.
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If you do not go to this, I'm sorry. Both artists are legends in their own genres, put them together and you have a fusion of R&B, soul, jazz greatness. If you missed Erykah at FYF, see her on this stage - she puts on an experience. Not just a show. Besides, it's at the Shrine....so there's NO excuse.