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Darko The Super, Mahatma X, Sudo Williams

Sat, December 9, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$13.00 - $15.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is all ages

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Darko The Super
Darko The Super
Darko The Super is the sample-heavy MC/producer iconoclast who makes all other artists look lazy. With almost 60 albums under his belt it’s safe to say he loves music and he loves what he’s doing. Darko The Super is an unusual artist in sound and personality. His music tends to be more chaotic and noisy than mainstream artists, but also holding much deeper meaning than most popular musicians of today. For Pennsylvania-based artist Evan Souza, the idea of self-evaluation through a pointed emotional immolation lies at the heart of his hip-hop reality. His music is almost uncomfortably intimate—there's a sense of intrusion as we hear him dole out experiences that make us cringe while effortlessly involving us in a larger musical scheme. Darko performs a certain self-flagellation through a series of voyeuristic musical acts. The beats are vibrant and shake the walls around you, even as his words detail dramatic and often-unpleasant events from his past. By stripping away the defenses of his own heart, he gives us a glimpse into the mechanics of his own musical and emotional perspectives. With that being said, there may be no other emcee currently active that is more distinct than Darko the Super.
Mahatma X
Mahatma X
Mahatma X is a Philadelphia based hip hop trio. Originally created by producer MALK in St. Andrews, Scotland, Mahatma X solidified its current lineup in 2015 with Jahred the Mutt as MC and Henry Becker as drummer. They are a part of the music/clothing/skate/art collective Sweet Chunk and released their most recent album Social Capital last October.
Sudo Williams
Sudo Williams
Sudo is an out of left field, tongue in cheek, melody having cat that you wouldn't expect to have the kind of range he does, voice or content wise. there's songs vying for the attention of Tia & Tamara, to cats, to the not so black and white lives of those in the jim crow era and all the non sequitur's in between. through it all he keeps the same mantra 'live slow die old'
Venue Information:
Kung Fu Necktie
1250 N Front Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19122
http://kungfunecktie.com/

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