Proceeds to Hurricane Relief for Houston, Puerto Rico & Florida
Runaway Winter '17 Release Party "Beat Harvest"
723 Rigsbee Ave
Durham, NC, 27701
Doors 8:30 PM / Show 9:30 PM
This event is all ages
Oak City Slums
It’s not often a person just wakes up one morning and starts living their dream. However, that’s exactly how Rodney Finch became Oak City Slums, a hip-hop/bass producer that’s dropped chill beats across the Triangle — from Neptunes to The Ritz.
Influenced by producers like Jersey Club, Baltimore Club, Digitalism, Crystal Castles, and J Dilla, Oak City Slums pulls from a mixed texture of sound, ranging from poppy and vibrant to dark electronic. In the other ear, he draws from jazz sample bass. With a punk and death metal background and years of experience drumming for his church band, Oak City Slums was born.
Made Of Oak
Made of Oak, Nick Sanborn of Sylvan Esso’s new solo project
Queen Plz is a scientist, a feminist, a dirty south enthusiast. Her art is inseparable from her politics, and her DJ sets will take you on a meandering journey from the rapid fire of the New York ballroom scene to the slow southern drawl of UGK. She aims to move you, in one way or another, so close your eyes, drop your inhibitions, and follow the night where it leads you."
Queen Plz has been throwing parties in the triangle area for almost five years. She is one of the original founders and resident djs of the monthly Illegal parties at The Pinhook in Durham, as well as holding it down for the queer party scene on a regular basis. She has opened for Jubilee, Lief, Mykki Blanco, TT the Artist, and Mighty Mark.
Her mixtape "First Amendment Area" is a recent winner of the "Bull City in The Mix" local mixtape competition.