Supreem And The New Experience
Hip Hop / Funk
Free Show!?!? Yes free show this Friday
night at The Arts Garage on 15th & Ridge Ave.
in Philly. SNE will be performing for the Philly edition of The Line
Up presented by The Band Called Fuse. The
Line Up is a popular event thrown in New York and
New Jersey and we are proud to represent with some hot artist for
the 1st one held in Philly. So come out and see us
Funk it up for Free! There will be plenty of parking and plenty of
room in the club to get your dance on. Check out the event page:
And Finally in the month of April, SNE presents
The Concoction! April 28th, we are bringing a new experience
to Funk and Hip Hop every month at The Legendary Dobbs. Calling all MC's and Musicians, let's mix up a batch of good music on South Street. The main stage and the weather will be warmed up so support
the open mic (going on through out the night), the 2 featured MC's (Lanice London and Lif Bux) and the 2 featured bands
(Supreem & The New Experience and Paulette Branson & Mixed People). Doors open at 7pm and only $5...Holla!
We have plenty of shows booked and an upcoming podcast airing
April 15th with www.yourlocalnote.com so make sure you keep up
with SNE on our website www.supreemandthenewexperience.com to stay in the loop.
Until then, Enjoy your Spring because the Funk will
be sprung...One Love SNE!
"These days, Philly hip-hop mainstay Supreem Dareglater goes by, simply, Supreem.
But while his moniker may be stripped down, his new sound is amped up, filled out,
funked up and louder than ever.
His latest band, Supreem and the New Experience, is a tight fit on almost any local
stage, with 12 members performing an upbeat, feel-good blend of old-school funk
“I never saw this coming. When I pictured myself performing these songs, I
just saw two turntables and a microphone,” says Supreem.
But when longtime session musician — and now PEW Fellow — Chuck Treece
entered the recording process, Supreem’s vision changed completely.
“I kept trying to convince him to do drums on the recordings and, eventually,
somehow, he wound up playing almost every instrument. He’s just amazing. Suddenly
the sound was real live and organic,” explains Supreem. “I still didn’t
want to put a band together for live shows, but then my manager laid it out to me." Bruce
Walsh, The Metro
"Supreem and the New Experience create
the kind of music that pays homage to the classic music of their roots with a fresh
new sound and a live show that can’t help but be noticed. “We are bringing
back the real funk and hip hop that’s been missing from music for so long,
and a stage show that is unrivaled by anyone, signed or unsigned,” said Supreem.
“[We have] a real DJ, DJ Xzotixc D, cutting with records and a horn section,
just bringing real music back.”
He wants fans of his music to not only enjoy the music but to grasp the meaning.
“See, my music is like life, you gotta look up to get down,” said Supreem.
“We need to be thankful for what we got and have faith for what we want and
in the meantime work hard so we can play hard too until our goals are met. Nobody
can party all the time or be angry all the time. We have to take the good with the
bad and do things in moderation and use wisdom to ensure a long, good life. That's
what I want people to get out of my mus" Kat Coffin, Examiner
"Four-Point Shots May Be Sexy, But Are
They Sexy Enough to Get You to Watch Summer Ball?
-- There's a live band, whom I believe went by the name "Supreme and the New Experience"
(but don't hold me to that), who played before and after the game and during all
breaks. This isn't a rule change, but it was really phenomenal anyway." Nick
Menta, The 700 Level