Big Lo and Vinyl Music Hall have teamed up to bring you the first ever Gulf Coast Summer Jam; a night packed with strong HipHop talent from all along the Gulf Coast. From Pensacola, alongside Big Lo, there will be performances from Inferno, Jasey (formerly of JSquared), Dee Villain, Unnatural Soundz, The What We Do Brothers, and the long awaited return of The Skratchaholix. From Tallahassee, there's a contingent of performers coming over including DJ AtotheL (From Tallahassee's 89.7 FM and 102.3 FM), Duck 13, and J. See with E.J., both of Dead Broke Records. Representing Mobile are The Regenerates who were recently recognized for "2012 Mobile Bay Album of the Year" and holding down Panama City is the ever passionate Jamal Steele.
HipHop vs Punk Rock Deux
We're going to be back in Panama City once again...the A&M Theatre is one of the best, most gracious venues...ever!
“Having seen the dynamic duo of Nathan Barry and Charles “Chuck” Taylor perform in an earlier incarnation of the group, this was my first time seeing them with new additions Weston Wilkerson (aka DJ BodySlanga), Jason Case (drums), and Erik Lollar (bass). Before the group went into Go-mode, Taylor pointed to the door and made it very clear that anyone who couldn’t take a joke could exit the building. Striking an eerie resemblance to Mike Patton (Mr. Bungle, Faith No More, Tomahawk, etc.) Barry showcased his musical diversity by juggling keyboard, guitar and mixing a varied vocal range while Taylor playfully interacted with the crowd and hit hard with a KRS One style delivery that dropped quick jabs of jokes and verses on a wild audience.”