NATURE WORLD NIGHT OUT FEST
NATURE WORLD NIGHT OUT FEST w/ Soulja Boy, Trash Talk, WEDIDIT (DJ Set), Antwon
Sicko Mobb, Sasha Go Hard, Goth Money Records, Show Me The Body, Pictureplane, Culture Abuse, Cities Aviv, Nomads, Shadowrunners, DRESS CODE, Scourge
4067 West Pico Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA, 90019
Doors 4:00 PM (event ends at 12:00 AM)
In September 2007, his single "Crank That (Soulja Boy)" reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100. The single was initially self-published on the internet, and it later became a number-one hit in the United States for seven non-consecutive weeks starting in September 2007. On August 17 Way was listed at number 18 on the Forbes list of Hip-Hop Cash Kings of 2010 earning $7 million for that year.
Way has currently released three studio albums and one independent album: his debut studio album Souljaboytellem.com(2007) was certified platinum by the RIAA. However, his next two albums, iSouljaBoyTellem (2008) and The DeAndre Way(2010) did not match the commercial success of his debut, the latter only selling 100,000 copies, despite the success of several singles across both albums, such as "Kiss Me Thru the Phone" and "Turn My Swag On" (iSouljaBoyTellem) and "Pretty Boy Swag" (The DeAndre Way). This was mainly due to negotiation problems with Interscope Records which meant a limited amount of records were made available to the public.
As of 2011, Way has confirmed he is working on his fourth studio album, which will be released in 2014.
Trash Talk are a band from Sacramento, California who formed in 2005. Trash Talk began releasing a demo and 7 inch vinyl EP on Sell Our Souls Records and as well as a split with Bay Area band Steel Trap in from 2005 to 2006.
During the 2006 year, they later signed to Rumble Records to record their debut album Walking Disease. Trash Talk would later be signed to Malfunction Records
In 2008, Trash Talk went to Chicago with Steve Albini to work on their self-titled sophomore album
They self-released their debut self-titled LP on their own label entitled ?Trash Talk Collective? in 2008.
They have toured all around the world including Japan and Europe, as well as performed in many hardcore festivals in support of their releases.
WEDIDIT (DJ Set)
Antwon is a new breed of rapper/musician that's part of the new more eclectic style of Hip Hop embracing Internet culture and flourishing amongst the blogosphere and file-share sector. He hails from San Jose, CA, backed by his long time friend DJ Sex Play. Many have compared his flow to that of Notorious B.I.G. His topics range from death obsession/nihilism to love of women and praise of food. His live performances generate the raw energy of a punk show, circle pit and all. His first official mixtape, Fantasy Beds, was released in September 2011. Spin heralded his End of Earth mixtape as one of the top 40 Hip Hop Albums of 2012, while Gorilla vs. Bear named it one of the top 50 Albums of 2012.
Sasha Go Hard
Sasha Go Hard, Chicago's next female rapper up, has had an exceptional year. The 21 year old, Chicago female rapper who came up with Chief Keef, was featured on MTV Sucker Free Chicago, performed at MTV's Sucker Free Chicago Show, made the cover of Chicago's Redeye Newspaper, was artist of the week for her 100,000 + view video on WorldstarHipHop, had a large feature piece in Complex, was featured on BET and MTV Iggy, toured on Diplo's Mad Decent Block Party Tour, and was the only unsigned artist on MMG signee, Rockie Fresh's-Electric Highway. Sasha has been featured in Music Taste Maker Outlets like Pitchfork and The Fader. This has helped in providing Sasha recognition to work with accomplished producers like Diplo, and play in major cities like New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Washington DC, Atlanta, London, and more.
With three mixtapes out, that include her recent mixtape, "Round 3, Hosted by DJ Victoriouz" and features her recent work with Diplo, Kreayshawn, Tony Roche, Absolut P and many others, she has had the opportunity to headline sold out shows at Santos in Manhattan as well as in Los Angeles, and London. This female artist has came a long way from her first video, "What We Do" which blew up doing nearly 400,000 views with appearances from Chief Keef and many of the other Chicago major label signees. Her growth as an artist, work with Chicago producer, Young Chop and Interscope artist, Chief Keef, and videos from 33 million view, director DGAINZ, are only a few of the many reasons why she many major labels calling to sign her.
Sasha is currently expanding and developing as an artist while demonstrating her versatility with her range of work with producers like Diplo and recent work with Rolling Stone featured Gangster Rap artist, Freddie Gibbs. Sasha Go Hard, the NY Times featured Chicago artist, will definitely be an artist that people continue to talk about. Look for much more coming from Sasha Go Hard in 2013.
Goth Money Records
Goth Money Records formed in 2012 DC which they refer to as East-Flexico by members Black Kray and MFK Marcy Mane. The Label is collective of rappers, film directors, and music producers, and designers with the similar interest in "Elegant Trap Goth Music". The Label Consist of Recording artist Black Kray, MFK Marcy Mane , Kane Grocerys, Luckaleannn, Hunned Mil and in-house production by MFK Marcy, Luckaleann, Hunned Mil, Black Kray, and Nyx. Also in-house video production by MFK Marcy Mane and Black Kray.
Show Me The Body
Show Me The Body is a band based in Queens, NY, and part of the Letter Racer collective.
Travis Egedy, a.k.a. Pictureplane, made his name chasing unpopular realities and alternate truths across various media. His gallery works, shown on both sides of the pond, collide familiar with fringe. His Alien Body clothing line offers a stylized study of symbology, the occult, and societal decay. And his music - blissed yet shadowy, swirling up vintage strains of house, hip-hop, and noise - treats electronics not as uncannily artificial, but as extensions of our more magical selves. One could, if one was open to such things, visualize the Brooklyn-based artist's albums and their wild live performances as pathways to a rarer form of realness. Because while the Good Show tells us to "Trust No One," exceptions are granted to men with X-Files tattoos.
Egedy came into his own while in Denver, Colorado. He had been pursuing a BFA in painting at Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design, but his day-to-day existence had become the medium. He lived in the legendary Rhinoceropolis warehouse, and helped convert that junkyard-adjacent DIY venue into the hub for the city's expanding art-punk underground. In that space, his music evolved fast, and Pictureplane was born into a dank stew of harsh sounds, sub-standard living, outsider art, scavenged furnishings, weird smells, and magnificent openness. By the time his remix of HEALTH's "Lost Time" hit the blogosphere, Egedy had grown into a sound: raw, moody dance-pop addled by rap rhythms and augmented by airy vocals. In 2009, he dropped his official debut, Dark Rift, on Lovepump United, along with a song whose title spoke volumes: "Goth Star." By the year's end, in a stroke of tongue-in-cheek genius, he coined the term "witch house" to describe the upwelling of dark EDM owing nearly equally to legacies of Psychic TV and C+C Music Factory.
In 2011, Pictureplane's Thee Physical arrived, marking a major leap forward both sonically - Egedy's voice dripping sex at the forefront of an emotive technoscape - and thematically: tracks like "Trancegender" and "Breath Work" explore sensuality and the human body with gender-dissolving aplomb. Egedy moved to Brooklyn in 2012 in order to stoke alt-rave culture from a more powerful vantage. He has since toured with Crystal Castles and Major Lazer, headlined independent fests in Europe, remixed the likes of Lil B, been remixed by Grimes, made beats for Antwon and Sole, and churned out a stream of self-releases (I.E. Thee Negative Slave Mixtape). In 2015, Pictureplane teams with Anticon to release his long-awaited next LP.
Dudes from San Francisco and Santa Rosa getting drunk and doing drugs, and then also writing riffs and playing shows.
Cities Aviv is one of the foremost disarming performers in modern music. With a marriage of old guard expression and contemporary practice, he has garnered critical acclaim for his unorthodox approach that defies genre boundaries. Partly due to a catalog which shifts between amplified soul, industrious punk, and dissonant street rap, Cities Aviv remains a mainstay amongst progressive circles.
Violent and deafening.
NOMADS are a "punk band" in the same way that an intercontinental ballistic missile is a "bomb." Mix the confrontational aggression of Black Flag with the stripped-down simplicity of English act Discharge with the glorious cacophony of Sweden's more recent crop of d-beat noisemeisters such as Disfear and Martyrdöd, and you've got Nomads, who might just be L.A.'s next big thing. Listening to one of their records is akin to having your eardrums punctured with an anvil. Hearing them live is even more intense. Things get rowdy real fast. Their frontman, who just goes by Michael, sings like a man who fully believes each breath might be his last. Their sets frequently clock in at less than 10 minutes. Consider bringing a helmet.
Absurd rap group from Los Angeles. Nature Boy Camp x Slime Wave.
Zombies are going to kill us all – it's your last night ever – so wear what the fuck you like – or wear what you dare – or wear what makes you happy OR disguise yourselves as zombies so they might not eat you!
Scourge is a three piece metal powerhouse from Boston, MA Founded by Jeremy Pastrick. After the acquisition of bassist Jon Huntley, the band went through MANY different line ups trying to find THE ONE. In July of 2010, they found it with the addition of Nate MacMillen on the drums. Scourge is dedicated to bringing you brutal metal with zero bull shit and zero filler. All we want is for you to enjoy what we create and come down and have a beer and just hang and enjoy yourselves.