Friday, February 8th, 2013 at 8:00pm
General Malice - n20 Records, Big Cat Records - Minneapolis, MN
If you have never heard of General Malice, then get ready to feel music warfare and be part of the next sound to burst out of the underground. Clint Harley Ward, A.K.A. General Malice has had a dream of innovating the mixture of breakbeats, hip hop and a little bit of drum and bass to a point that no one has touched before. As a significant figure on the notorious Big Cat Records in Japan and a rising star on Nitrous Oxide Entertainment in the United States, Malice has always stayed true to his experimental sound, mashing up hip-hop, amen-ridden jungle, reggae and metal within a single track while turning bass-craving junglists into "rabid monsters of the pit."
General Malice is the true underground hero of the next generation of DIY producers that mash out the sounds of reggae/IDM/jungle/hip hop/ dancehall with fresh new concepts and club moshing aggression. With over 35 hits on the Japanese label Big Cat, his sound has inspired a nation of mash-up junkies. Think of General Malice as a darker roughneck version of Prefuse 73, or if Rise Against was more bass driven, or if Squarepusher had more radio anthem driven dancefloor killers, and that's where you will find General Malice's sound. It's punk fueled eletronica with a solid reggae & indie rock consistency.
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