Live Performances By: Uncommon Nasa Gajah Of Acid Reign Dielex Kemposed Muenster Guillotine MA'AT SIXO Dj Priest TD
Celebration for hip-hop artist "Heir Max" b-day! Come and see us rock along with other hip-hop locals. Dope night!
Also featuring A Star, Wild Bill, Ritchy Flo, Guillotine and DJ's Databass and Buddha Fingers on tables. email firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets
Sounds Like: Living Legends, Murs, Freestyle Fellowship, Sean Price, Myka Nyne
How long have you been playing?
This is an obtuse question, I was five when I got my first keyboard. I was born a musician.
What was the first concert you ever went to?
I couldn't tell you , early 80's. Austin, Texas. My family, we were concert driven. My first memorable concert was The Roots ...See Full Bio
"[Muenster is basing his "Warped Tape" on experience he's gained from being on the Vans Warped Tour. He's also bounced around through several different rap groups developing his style, but for the present time Muenster is saying no to the mozzarella and cheddar. "Quack" is a good place to start. Production by CloakBeats and scratching by DJ Centrifik fit the aspiring emcee well - I'm loving the lyrical samples of Common and Redman and the overall dark and gothic sound of Muenster's musical backdrop. The track literally rings bells. Muenster's "less is more" formula allows him to build on his strengths. It's the right amount of time to get into his style before you're left trying too hard to discern how deep he really gets. There are unexpected moments of greatness here and there - "Close to Prime" sounds like a musical parody of Nas' "Hero," the light airy breeze of "Bridge the Balance" matches boom bap with a peaceful summer day. He's obviously got some skills]"