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New Info!!! Can't wait to wreck the place with all of y'all!!! Ticket for this show only are on sale now! Here is the link : http://bo.knittingfactory.com/tw-event/?event_id=5682315 Full Treefort Festival passes can be found here: http://treefortmusicfest.com/tickets
Earthlings Entertainments 1st Year in business we want to celebrate!!!! Enormous gratitude goes out to all the people who have supported the movement over the last year. We've grown and networked and made a lot of new friends that's why we want to throw a show with our local homies Holistic Meditation & Emcee Monkey D. and Dedicated Servers and a special guest gLife with DJ Pookie and Master Qball to show you what we've been up to! $5 at the door Come out and get some free stuff and have a great night!
The Depaysement (Japan)+Sword of a Bad Speller+The Dedicated Servers
Millionaires + Eryn Woods + Magic Mic + Dedicated Servers
Sounds Like: Atmosphere, A Tribe Called Quest, Clipse
Manager: Kyle Elliott
Bio: When Dedicated Servers first formed, the anonymity of their music group's name sparked speculation behind its true meaning. Particularly, some questioned just exactly how "dedicated" they were to their craft.
Nine years later, MCMD and DTF (Dave the Fave, formerly peanut) continue, unintentiona...See Full Bio
“The Dedicated Servers sent me their newest EP after reading my previous review, and I continue to be really impressed by their music. This EP isn’t particularly nerdy, but instead it shows off their hip-hop skills. Their mellow, laidback style really appeals to me. “Wasn’t That Cute” is a particularly good track. My take on it is that it’s about a guy who gets famous and suddenly women like him, but he himself is a bit of an ass. The “I wasn’t that cute” chorus, then, serves a double meaning: he’s saying women find him more attractive now, but there’s also the unintended meaning of his attitude not being “cute” as well. Of course, I may be reading too much into it, but isn’t that the fun of interpreting lyrics? ...”