Our super cool homies at Grown Kids Radio hipped us up on their ongoing monthly at Sparc SF. This month has a doozy of a musical combo: Easy Slap’s Drewmin and Brownswood Recording’s LeFtO.
Fans of dope music should know both of these names well — Drewmin currently carrying the torch for the Easy Slap sound and LeFtO standing as one of the most important tastemakers in Europe alongside Gilles P.
No contest here, just slide on over to the RSVP link fill out your info and you’re good to go… Trust us, don’t miss this one.
From our friends at Grown Kids Radio & Sparc SF:
SPARC Showcase with Siddhartha and LeFtO and Drewmin
NOTE: NO MEDICAL CARD IS NEEDED TO ATTEND – FREE W/ RSVP > http://sparcsf.org/gkr
Gotta hand it to the homies over at Grown Kids Radio. They are not only the purveyors of some of the dopest musically curated radio shows around, but they are also able to translate that same taste and energy into their live musical collabs.
This month GKR and our friends at SPARC, a medical cannabis and advocacy non-profit, are bringing along Exile and Johaz’s newest collaborative project — Dag Savage. Exile, whose lauded work with Aloe Blacc (Emanon), Blu, and Fashawn you should be familiar with, has teamed up with Underground scene-ster Johaz on a forthcoming Self Titled full length release on Dirty Science.
Linked above is just a taste of what’s in store on that album. The Aloe Blacc supported track, When It Rains, was covered in the …
Today’s installment comes from someone who is not a stranger to the annals of URB. One of the leads from the camp that brings to you SFNY, Society, and Sweater Funk, Proof aka Marky Enriquez, has recently embarked on a new curated musical session in SF entitled Subject.
Courtesy of our friends and neighbors at Grown Kids Radio, whom you guys seriously need to check out ALL of the time, comes the Massive Selector alum’s newest aural concoction — Off Subject: Chemistry. Make no mistake about it, this is music for the grown folks nee kids of this musical generation. There’s a lot to like with this recent outing — it’s futuristic, space soul vibe paired with some interesting classic selections and even some indie darlings do much to illicit …