Submitted by djskywalker on Thu, 11/13/2014 - 11:23am
Being a Kansas City native, I had been anticipating Tech N9ne's show in Tucson for quite some time, and he did not disappoint. Opening up the show was Stevie Stone, a St. Louis rapper and Strange Music signee who set the tone for the rest of the night. With blistering fast flows and high energy songs, he got the crowd hyped and ready for the main event that was coming up.
Let me just start by saying this: I came in a Le Castle Vania fan and only knew a little of Feed Me, but I left a full-blown Feed Me fan and watching Le Castle Vania perform live for the first time only fortified my fandom for him. He tweeted back at me too *squeal*
I'm not going to lie, I've had reviews sitting in my Google Drive for MONTHS now and I think it's time I upload them. So I will be doing a series, which I will upload every couple of weeks, called "Summer Flashback Series". This series will entail some of the shows I covered over the summer, so I apologize for the delay, but enjoy!
Submitted by kevinmurphy on Sun, 11/09/2014 - 9:41pm
The Rialto Theatre
The G-Eazy concert at the Rialto on October 26th was highly anticipated and sold out weeks in advance. I missed Jay Ant's set and so my first taste of music was IAMSU!. What I thought IAMSU! brought to the table was hype. He was able to get the crowd into the show and that was the root of his success. Lyrically, I thought he was average, he had enough skill to present the music in an appealing way but was not overly exciting.