Why?, Open Mike Eagle Rituals of Mine @ The UC Theatre

Untitled | by McPongolstein
  Why?

Open Mike Eagle, Rituals of Mine

Wed, March 29, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$25.00 – $75.00

Tickets

The UC Theatre Taube Family Music Hall

2036 University Avenue, near Downtown Berkeley BART
Berkeley, CA

Yoni Wolf Solo Papz Tour @ Bottom of the Hill

Yoni Wolf Solo Papz Tour

Thursday May 15 2014
8:00PMdoors — music at 9:00PM ••• ALL AGES
$15

Yoni Wolf Solo Papz Tour

Yoni Wolf
Yoni of Why?
(solo)
Alternative hip hop, underground hip hop, indie rock
Serengeti
alternative hip hop
Jel
Alternative instrumental hip hop
Anticon DJs
anticon DJs will spin between sets

Presale tickets availale at

http://www.stubmatic.com/bottomofthehill/event/8360

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ANTICON RECORDS 15 YEAR ANNIVERSARY PARTY

1015 Folsom & Anticon Records Present
ANTICON RECORDS
15 YEAR ANNIVERSARY PARTY

featuring
BATHS // WHY? // JEL // D33J
DAEDELUS // DOSEONE // ALIAS
SERENGETI // ODD NOSDAM
SODAPOP // LOW LIMIT

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 5TH / 10P-3A / 21+

http://www.1015.com/events/1015/090513

Anticon’s founders came together in early 1998 as a loose group of longtime friends and near-strangers bound by an abiding love of underground rap’s freewheeling poetics and the collage aesthetics of traditional hip-hop. They were Midwestern art school drop-outs, Northeastern would-be rap moguls, and young Californian nomads who pulled up their respective roots in order to sow the seeds of their own artist-driven movement. Anticon has since evolved from a cult-revered collective to a diverse and thriving independent label, but that momentum is still felt and the guiding principal the same: advancing the cause of good music, one release at a time.

The label’s original architects continue to shape Anticon, not only as some of its most innovative artists, but as curators, A&R-ing a constantly growing international cadre of music-makers to whom traditional genre lines do not apply. The creative influences of the owners are as disparate as their hometowns, and the Anticon name today stands as much for radical hip-hop as it does for pioneering electronic music, left-field rock and outsider pop. It’s this well-tended mix of breadth and focus that makes Anticon not only one of the few imprints born of the ’90s indie rap boom to weather the years, but a vibrant and viable taste-making force for many more to come.

1015 Folsom Street | San Francisco