• Vince Staples w/ Kilo Kish @ 930 Club Washington DC March 31 2017

    This was probably one of the better live shows I’ve seen in a while. Kilo Kish opening was fantastic. Her set displayed her love for performance art. Her set was very theatrical, contained great music, and a very entertaining. Also, just when you think you’re doing something you see someone doing ten times better. Kilo Kish’s one man band was very impressive. I’m not sure if many others in the building noticed him constructing the tracks from the ground up on the spot and on time. Then alternating between riffs on the guitar, piano, and inserting effects live. It was impressive to see this guy work.

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    The room filled in and it was time for Vince Staples to take the stage. Perched up on the second floor of the club I had a great view of the stage. Vince commanded it for an hour, all by himself. As far as I could tell, he didn’t have a dj or hypeman. He put on an amazing performance. All by himself. Definitely a highlight for 2017 concert going.

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  • SO {Standing Ovation} – Freaky

    Director – Bisquite Scorsese
    Art Director – Andrea Choe
    Dancers – Katherine Voorhees, Jordan Kensley, Vaidehi Amair
    DP – Garrett Guidera Twitter: @airgng

  • Trash Talk @ Rock & Roll Hotel Washington DC August 25 2016

    I’ve seen Trash Talk now three times now in the past 19 months. Twice in DC now and once last fall at Camp Flog Gnaw. This particular show was a last minute audible for me. I wasn’t planning on going but after a quick exchange over twitter with Lee I bought my ticket. I arrived early enough to catch the first two opening acts which were local hip hop groups. They were cool. What I think is really awesome is that a hardcore punk group like Trash Talk would have two local hip hop groups open.


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