Tickets £7.50 Advance // £10 on the door INFO & TIKETS - http://thedoctorsorders.com/v2/?p=789 . ================================================== DJs Fatlip Spin Doctor Mr Thing Chris P Cuts & host MC Prankster plus Homeboy Sandman live ===================================================
In what is yet another incredible line up for any Hip-Hop party The Doctor’s Orders have teamed up classic golden era talent with emerging brand new skills in a combined DJ and live line up that is sure to have this great venue packed to the rafters once again!
The Pharcyde were responsible as many for the sound of classic soul drenched golden era Hip-Hop with albums like “Bizarre Ride II’ & ‘Labcabincalifornia” and singles such as ‘Passin Me By’ and the J-Dilla produced ‘Runnin’ & ‘Drop” that still tear up clubs across the world. Tonight one third of that crew in the shape of the Fatlip spins a set that shows exactly where this inspiration for these classic sounds came from.
Joining him and our crack team of residents is the very latest signing to the brilliant California based label Stones Throw that already boasts a roster including Madlib, J-Dilla, Aloe Blacc, Mayer Hawthorne and Dam Funk to name a few. The incredible Homeboy Sandman has already wowed The Doctor’s Orders faithful back in January 2011 showing that with this Ivy League education and laid back style are just one of the reasons he stands head & shoulders above many rappers. Well that and the fact he is around 9ft tall!
This is an incredible chance to party and celebrate the future and past of true school Hip-Hop so make sure you get down to On The Real.
Event - Stereo Boyz & Mr Complex Live in NYC / April 12th
Courtesy Wanja Lange.
Midwest Neighbors Tour 2012 Bowery Poetry Club 308 Bowery, New York, NY 10012-2802
April 12th 2012 - 10pm - 2am All Ages - $12
Stereo Boyz (Detroit, MI) with Mr. Complex (NYC) Jesse West Frank Lacy Deca Marvalous
Back from their three-month Europe tour, the Stereo Boyz (Detroit) are well prepared for the "Midwest Neighbors Tour", which will take them from their hometown across the midwest throughout March & April 2012. Rocking stages, recording and networking all over Europe added to their 10 years of performance and recording experience. Mixo and Mic Audio are no rookies to the game and their stage presence always wins both fans and critics over. Their EP "Live from the Ghettoblaster" with singles "Circus Act" and "Robots & Miniskirts" has gotten praise from listeners worldwide and after laying down the groundwork they are now ready to take the Midwest by storm. Following the overwhelming requests of fans in New York to see them perform live, the Stereo Boyz want you to become part of the movement, let them rock your stage!
MP3: 6Fingers X Topkat (f/ Del The Funky Homosapien & Exile)
Courtesy Beatrock Music.
Beatrock Music is proud to present the first official Beatrock release from new fam member 6Fingers! "Damned If You Do, Damned If You Don't" comes from the upcoming 6Fingers X Topkat album, entitled Mercury Retrograde. The track features features Hip Hop legends Del The Funky Homosapien and Exile.
Download the Street and Radio versions below or stream the track on Soundcloud.
As Himself was originally a project the Stik Figa had put together and pushed around in his local Topeka neighborhood a few years back. The project caught local fire and became Stik's entrance to notoriety with tracks like "Absitively" leading the way. The entire album was produced by Kansas producer Michael "Seven" Summers who has earned a reputation producing for the best of the best including Kendrick Lamar, Busta Rhymes, Yelawolf, Lil Wayne, Mac Miller, Mac Lethal, Tech N9ne, and Wiz Khalifa. Stik's charismatic and humorous flow won the attention of MMG producer Oddisee who originally brought Stik into the fold and is producing Stik Figa's next album in its entirety. Mello Music Group decided to pick up the project to release to a national audience and sign Stik to a multi-album deal.
I've been really busy getting things ready for the release and tour for Vintage. In the middle of all of the chaos, Sac State contacted me about performing on campus for the students. Although I'm now living in LA, I couldn't turn down the offer. I accepted the offer and am looking forward to showing everyone what I've been working on.
As a result of a lot of new listeners, I plan on performing tracks from my whole catalog. I want people to see the transformation and evolution from A.R.A.B. to Timothy Rhyme. My music tells a story of success and I want everyone to be able to get the entire picture.
Looking forward to seeing you there. If you know anyone that might be interested please fwd this message.