Join us @ USF on Friday, March 6th for some poetry, music and as always good vibes. This month’s theme is “Beyond the Horizon.” As college students we think and plan our next steps, as humans we are forever transforming, and as dreamers we have no limits. Beyond the Horizon is about allowing ourselves to dream beyond what we can see in front of us or even up ahead and dare to push the limits further than what is believed to be possible.
Top To Bottom Tour with El Da Sensei of The Artifacts & Pawz One, Judah Sun, Heavy Dudey, Zaydo, Pro Jay, Monz Army, Karlo, The Next, Love Street live August 16th in SF
Bang Data will perform live at The Independent in SF on August 15, 2014. The band is loaded with heavy grooves,Samba-Ska- Cumbia and hints of Afro-Electro- Bossanova. This mix of beats, rhymes and melodies are infused with soulful bilingual lyrics.
SF MC Rymeezee of First Dirt releases a brand new video to his song: “Stay In Your Lane” produced by Digital Martyrs’ very own Off Balance. Rymeezee emphasizes the importance of the independent grind & D.I.Y. (Do It Yoursef) mentality. Blazing trails up & down the West Coast w/ fellow labelmates of First Dirt & have opened up for the likes of Macklemore, Tech 9. Kendrick Lamar, Nipsey Hussle, & many more. Stay Tuned as First Dirt kicks off the DOI (Declaration of Independence) Tour through out the nation this summer powered by the IES (Indie Entertainmet Summit). For more info or if interested in joining the tour check out: www.firstdirt.com & www.IESFest.com
MAKOSSA WEST: with resident DJ The Latin Soul Brothers: WONWAY POSIBUL (Thinkbeat Radio) (4 hour set)
Saturdays June 14th, 2014 with resident DJ The Latin Soul Brothers: WONWAY POSIBUL will have a 4 hour set at Il Pirata (2007 16th St. SF) Classic Salsa, Funk, Afrobeat, Reggae, Samba, House, Cumbia, & more…10pm, 21+$5
We would like to invite you to be part of our 7th Annual OminoDay in the Park World Music Festival on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Our vision is to provide a cultural, artistic haven for our families and community as a whole. This vision was inspired by, and is in memory of, a brother, youth advocate and community activist. Andrew “DJ Domino” Ele’s, community-based values and music made us feel alive, warm and safe. This festival was his vision and his loving legacy, which we strive to fulfill.