Jesse “Morocco Mike” Brent ’13:
WESU’s Spring Concert Series concludes on Friday, April 12th with:
- Boldy James, a wildly inventive, cool-headed MC from Detroit. He’s due to release a new project with prolific producer The Alchemist later this year.
- Gifted Higgz, an up-and-coming MC from RIGHT HERE IN MIDDLETOWN.
- Kill-F, the mysterious controversy whose music was too hot for the Internet. Read about (and listen to) his EP here.
This event is on Facebook, but it’s also outdoors in real life. And it’s free. And open to all.
We hope — WE SUpplicate — to see you there.
Date: Friday, April 12
Time: 9 – 11pm
Place: WestCo Courtyard (rain: WestCo Café), 18 Foss Hill Drive
Free: AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
If you read our winter concert forecast (cloudy with a chance of Delicate Steve), you’ll recall the short bit we included about Zammuto:
Zammuto is the solo project of guitarist/vocalist Nick Zammuto of the generally inimitable Books, who called it quits a year ago. Zammuto features that same glitchy, wildly inventive cut-and-paste aesthetic, but more vocal-oriented and less emphasis on bizarre spoken word samples. (If you don’t know The Books, stop what you’re doing and watch this video.)
Guess what, homedrones? Winter’s over, and that means Zammuto is bringing his powers of freak experimental wizardry THIS SATURDAY to ECLECTIC for a FREE CONCERT that is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Jesse “Skeevy on the Radio” Brent ’13 with the crucial deets: