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ALBUM LAUNCH - Ariel & Les Va-Nu-Pieds
The Palmer Squares are making their first ever appearance in Canada, along with a ridiculous lineup of support! Doors open at 9pm and show starts at 10pm. Tickets are $10 in advance at Hip-Hop Café. They will also be available at the door for $12. See y'all there! The Palmer Squares Loud Mouth w D.R.O Fresh Kils Cee n Notion Dan Doesn't Sleep The Nicest Clarity Dr. Mad
Sunday, Oct 27th Cabaret Underworld 1403 Ste-Elisabeth (Berri Uqam Metro) Montreal, QC www.cabaretunderworld.com www.clarityofficial.com TICKETS AVAILABLE AT: Empire - (251 Ste-Catherine E) Off The Hook - (1021 Ste-Catherine W) SubV - (5666 Sherbrooke St W) Moog Audio - (3828 St Laurent Blvd) Aux 33 - 1373 Avenue Mont-Royal E Sound Central - (4486 Avenue Coloniale) Brought to you by Good Friday Ent & Cabaret Underworld
Sounds Like: Sublime, Rancid, Eminem, YelaWolf, K-OS
Manager: Myer Hyman
Bio: Fed off his high school diet of 90's Hip Hop and local Punk Rock bands, Clarity wields an innovative blend of the two styles garnished with a live band energy and a sense of humour that has carried him through the hardest times of his formative years. Building off the local success of his first f...See Full Bio
“At 18, Côte-des-Neiges-bred MC Clarity (Myer Hyman-Lord, to several of his former high school principals) has already had it with a jaded industry. Writing rhymes since age 13, Hyman-Lord began recording himself at 14, pressing and releasing four homemade albums to date. While he is self-critical of his earlier efforts, the practice is paying off for the rapper, whose live performances are propelled by a charming, goofy and seemingly effortless natural energy. A cinema student at Dawson, Clarity likes to get a reaction, but he’s more down-to-earth and humble than the average rapper, let alone the average 18-year-old. He drops a more refined fifth album, Nostalgic Tomorrows, in the early part of this year. Influenced in production and rhyme by the likes of Classified, Pete Rock, Slug and Guru, he shows promise of progress for himself and the scope of the city’s scene. ”