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Thursday, September 11, 2008

Tonight in Music: Common Market, Spaceman, Cyanide Destruct

posted by on September 11 at 11:24 AM

Common Market celebrate the release of their new record at Neumo’s tonight. See what Charles Mudede has to say about the duo here. Also on the bill: Thee Emergency, Feral Children, and the Total Experience Gospel Choir. It will, in fact, be one of the best shows of the week.

SPACEMAN - Box n Pop - Fresh Blends - July 9 from 253 hiphop on Vimeo.

Also happening tonight, just up the street from Neumos, D.Black, Spaceman, People$, DJ Evil Twin Bros play Chop Suey. Larry Mizell gives that show some love in this week’s My Philosophy:

I’m sure I’ve used this space to enthuse about my man Space before, but after seeing him burn down The Corner at the Rendezvous a couple of weeks ago, I’ve got to pump the level of my advocacy up to a fever pitch. In English: Spaceman murdered shit. The star quality he brags so well about is more apparent than ever—and, better still, instead of letting his considerable swag do all the talking, he brings dope music to the show (sounds like he’s going real hard in the studio right now) and rocks a crowd with authority, confidently roving stage and crowd like the ravenous young gun he is. Hungry-as-hell and humble-for-real are a rare combo and a big up to rappers that aren’t assholes!

And finally, at the Funhouse…


Three Legged Dog, the Bill Bondsmen, Cyanide Destruct
(Funhouse) Break out the egg yolks and getcher liberty spikes all sharp ‘n’ pointy for THIS show… locals Cyanide Destruct, who rip some solid hardcore, Three Legged Dog, and Detroit’s Bill Bondsmen, who also rip the hardcore, ’90s style! Rumor has it, backed by the Bill Bondsmen, will be special guest “thee” Al Milman. Al gets special guest status, as he will be performing a few of his Al Milman Sect hits, some goodies, I’m told, from the time when he invented “punk” rock… 1946 I think it was. His cameo is a bit of a celebration of this past July’s welcomed release of the Al Milman Sect/Man-Ka-Zam complete discography. Oh, and don’t forget which way the pit rotates… AGAINST THE GRAIN! MIKE NIPPER

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that logo looks straight from 1988. i love it.

Posted by laterite | September 11, 2008 5:04 PM

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