Franco-Hill, Ekletrip, Souls of Liberty, J'Demul
4243 Manchester Rd
St. Louis, MO, 63110
Doors 9:00 PM / Show 10:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Mankind's only hope from whack shit.
In otherwords. M.M.E. is a young independent music collective, that epitomizes the DIY indie movement. Last year M.M.E. was nominated at The 2011 Saint Louis Underground Music Awards three times. Best Group/Collective, Producer of year(Mastermind Einstein) and took home the award for best music Video. This Year group is nominated for four Awards. Best Video, Best Group, Artists of the year and Producer of the year. The M.M.E. camp has been consistently producing quality music. This past summer; AtM(AmirtheMalcolm) dropped their album “A Night Like this” gaining indie buzz, supportive listeners around Saint Louis and nationally, noted as one of the top music releases out of Saint Louis from Riverfront times. They’ve even opened up for legendary hip hop act’s such as Slum Village, and BBU. M.M.E’s past shows this fall have gained momentum, credibility and notoriety in the ever growing STL Indie hip-hop underground scene. Some of the events, shows and venues performed at include Grove Fest, Off Broadway, Cherokee Street, the Atomic Cowboy, SLUMFES, London Calling and and many more. M.M.E’s most recent show was noted as one of the “top 10 parties” to attend and the review is on the Riverfront Times website.
From the far reaches of the Outer Worlds spawned these celestial beings harnessing the power to salvage mankind from it’s destructive nature. Joined together as Collective M.M.E. the group has made a utopia in their backpack subconsciously once similar to earth 2099
Intergalatic Hovercraft Racaing
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Franco-Hill is making noise in the STL music scene with their unique sound combining live percussion, electronic beats, and soulful guitar riffs. Producer/DJ/guitarist Michael Franco has been playing for years in various capacities, but his recent project Franco-Hill with KC transplant and drummer Jeffery Hill, has seen them open for touring national acts and hold down events as the headliner throughout St. Louis.
Souls of Liberty
Ryan Escobar and Tenelle Donta are Souls of Liberty, hip-hop duo destined to be the next revolutionary artists of their generation.
The Souls' debut mixtape, One Soul at a Time, dropped the summer of 2009 and was an introduction in the St.Louis hip-hop scene. Shortly after, The Best Is Yet To Come, released on January 1,2010 and continued the momentum and reached fans across the midwest because of its exposure at the University of Missouri. Carpe Diem, dropped July 2010, and was ranked #2 on STLmixtapes.com
Carpe Diem featured songs "Chosen," which was featured on Worldstarhiphop, and "Pretty Brown Girl" which gained popularity on St. Louis' only local hip-hop station Hot 104.1. The song was featured on the popular weekly show HomeJamz for 3 straight weeks.
In the summer of 2011, The Souls released their most acclaimed project to date with Brave New World. The project was voted as the Album of the Year at the 2012 SlumFest Awards, and several songs from the project were featured on hip-hop blogs HipHopDX and DJBooth.Net.
In December 2012, Souls of Liberty had the incredible privilege of opening for the successful west coast hip-hop artist Kendrick Lamar at his SOLD OUT show at Jesse Hall on Mizzou's campus. They are currently working on an untitled project coming out later this year.