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Manager: The Gallery Network Urban Talent Group
Bio: Quintessential music producer, composer/arranger, multi-instrumentalist, DJ, & break-dancer. Defining versatile, his music touches people of all types, inspiring awe with his amazing performances. Recognized by many, and having collaborated with some of the most well-known and legendary names in ... See Full BioMore Info
Anacron makes a special feature appearance at Downbeat 720, Santa Monica's premiere creative performance workshop for youth musicians, poets, and dancers. Free all ages event; begins promptly at 7:20 pm. http://downbeat720.com http://anacronmusic.com
Unfamous Fest founder and PNTGLLRYNTWRK member Anacron returns to the stage in New Mexico, bringing with him the essence of Golden-Era West Coast underground hip hop. Joined by ABQ resident and turntablist extraordinaire The OG Daze, the two will headline an (all the way) live event geared towards the Southwestern region's purest indie music aficionados. Presented by Visceral View, the concert will also satisfy the local sweet tooth with features by popular Albuquerque favorites and special guests. Anacron http://anacronmusic.com/ DJ Daze http://soundcloud.com/djdazeuno Cloudface http://www.cloud-face.com Jenny Wren http://www.facebook.com/jennywrensounds
Anacron makes a low-key guest appearance at Reviva's heralded ABQ residency, to trade early evening sets with the local Burqueño/Reggae/Rock band before rocking a full scale concert at dowtown Albuquerque's Art Bar later that evening. http://anacronmusic.com http://lovereviva.com
Independent recording artist and music business entrepreneur Anacron delivers a guest presentation to students of Carlos Contreras and Levi Romero's "Writers In The Community" course at the University of New Mexico.
"Improving Black Images In Modern Music" A brief lecture presented as part of the 7th Annual Black History Extravaganza; curated by the UCLA Office of Residential Life for the Afrikan Diaspora theme. Friday, February 28th at 4pm, in the Bradley International Building on UCLA's campus.
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