Misery Loves Company / The Idiosyncratic is back for MLC #14 this June 12th at Carlo Rose Cigar Bar & Lounge Our featured artists for this installment include No Humans Allowed from Vermont/Mass featuring Louis Mackey & Thirtyseven. Also performing this evening is one of Maine's dopest emcees Better known as Pat Jones, MLC family and Pelham, NH emcee Everett Gibbons Music, MA lyricist Rome978, and our resident DJ, DJ Myth 9 PM - $5 ADMISSION - BRING VALID ID 10 Bridge St, Pelham, NH Carlo Rose
Come through and support..there is a $4 cover but it is well worth the quality of artists we have performing!Unique Divinci, Riga Tone, Dynamo-P(Pat Jones) w/Micodin & The Immortals will be rocking the house come on out!!!!
Rap Night Presents: Pat Jones and Ryan Augustus along with early and late open mic cyphers. Hosted by IBI and El Shupacabra $3, ladies free, 21+
Caro Khan - Pyronauts Album Release Party (with Dynamo-P and Shadow Rhythmic)
You can catch DYNAMO-P with Boondocks, Cody Pope (NH) and more this Wednesday at Rap Night. Plus Late and Early open mic!!!
Sounds Like: Rakim, Ghostface Killah, Wu-Tang, Big Daddy Kane, EPMD
Label: JKE music
Manager: Patrick Jones
newest release "Serious Problems" available now on Itunes!! itunes.apple.com/us/album/serious-problems/id890953908?ign-mpt=uo%3D4
Also check out "Manic Mondays" Available on Itunes, Amazon and Here-
*All songs were recorded on Mondays with - Misl ...See Full Bio
“For their part, Dynamo-P and Micodin have been working on Serious Problems since late 2012 and it shows up in a work that’s much more cohesive than Manic Mondays. Of the three albums here, this is the most mainstream, leaning heavily on Golden Age themes—“They Buggin’”—and on well-placed samples, as with “Mike on the Mic,” which builds on Tyson’s famous rant about eating Lennox Lewis’s children. Dynamo is as aggressive as he’s ever been, cynical and sarcastic. “Laser Tag Gun Fighter” is maybe the best combo package, with Micodin riding synths and rumbling bass to complete the portrait of P’s incitements: “Shut your damn mouth / We can do without the chivalry.” What would a hip hop album be without the general opinion that most other rappers suck? Those cats must all be from somewhere else. Read more: http://thephoenix.com/boston/music/159241-hip-hop-summer/#ixzz3Aq96avGR”