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JIMMY EDGAR + Mykki Blanco

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*Ten Walls has been removed from this bill and a new a line-up will be announced soon. The option for refunds will be available through Tickefly via email.
As part of that mission, In 2013 Edgar and Machinedrum co-founded Ultramajic, a label and collective for their various projects. In addition to their work as DJ duo JETS, Stewart will provide A&R to the label; their first release will be Edgar’s 3-track EP Hot Inside out in June. A complimentary deck of magical cards created by Zeta and Edgar will be released shortly after the album. Edgar is touring independently and with JETS all summer.

Mykki Blanco is the stage name of American poet and performing artist Michael David Quattlebaum Jr. Quattlebaum is an interdisciplinary artist who uses contemporary hip hop as a performance medium to express his larger ideas. In 2011 he published his first book of poems “From the Silence of Duchamp to the Noise of Boys”. He also began performing two new projects, crushing industrial rock under the name No Fear and glamorous, ghetto-fabulous riot grrrl rap under the name Mykki Blanco. In 2012, Mykki made her grand entrance with the Mykki Blanco and the Mutant Angels EP, featuring cuts like “Join My Militia (Nas Gave Me a Perm)” and “Gay Dog. Later in 2012 Blanco dropped the seminal “Cosmic Angel Mixtape”, dubbed “From Teenage Runaway to Hip Hop Queen” in a profile by the New York Times Mykki Blanco was solidified as a young artist whose creative work with hip hop had just begun. On May 21, 2013 Blanco released his second work “Betty Rubble: The Initiation” EP, Chris Kelly, in his review for FACT, commented, “For those that have watched and listened to Mykki Blanco’s hypercharged evolution, Betty Rubble: The Initiation isn’t just a culmination of what she’s done — it’s a sign of what’s to come.” Hip Hop Giant XXL wrote, “Blanco’s strength is that he sounds like no one else in rap, and his presentation is still more innovative than ever.”

At an age when many artists are just coming into their own, Edgar is more secure in his artistic vision than ever. Most importantly, after years of shape-shifting into others’ molds, Jimmy Edgar is now in full control.
*Ten Walls has been removed from this bill and a new a line-up will be announced soon. The option for refunds will be available through Tickefly via email.
As part of that mission, In 2013 Edgar and Machinedrum co-founded Ultramajic, a label and collective for their various projects. In addition to their work as DJ duo JETS, Stewart will provide A&R to the label; their first release will be Edgar’s 3-track EP Hot Inside out in June. A complimentary deck of magical cards created by Zeta and Edgar will be released shortly after the album. Edgar is touring independently and with JETS all summer.

Mykki Blanco is the stage name of American poet and performing artist Michael David Quattlebaum Jr. Quattlebaum is an interdisciplinary artist who uses contemporary hip hop as a performance medium to express his larger ideas. In 2011 he published his first book of poems “From the Silence of Duchamp to the Noise of Boys”. He also began performing two new projects, crushing industrial rock under the name No Fear and glamorous, ghetto-fabulous riot grrrl rap under the name Mykki Blanco. In 2012, Mykki made her grand entrance with the Mykki Blanco and the Mutant Angels EP, featuring cuts like “Join My Militia (Nas Gave Me a Perm)” and “Gay Dog. Later in 2012 Blanco dropped the seminal “Cosmic Angel Mixtape”, dubbed “From Teenage Runaway to Hip Hop Queen” in a profile by the New York Times Mykki Blanco was solidified as a young artist whose creative work with hip hop had just begun. On May 21, 2013 Blanco released his second work “Betty Rubble: The Initiation” EP, Chris Kelly, in his review for FACT, commented, “For those that have watched and listened to Mykki Blanco’s hypercharged evolution, Betty Rubble: The Initiation isn’t just a culmination of what she’s done — it’s a sign of what’s to come.” Hip Hop Giant XXL wrote, “Blanco’s strength is that he sounds like no one else in rap, and his presentation is still more innovative than ever.”

At an age when many artists are just coming into their own, Edgar is more secure in his artistic vision than ever. Most importantly, after years of shape-shifting into others’ molds, Jimmy Edgar is now in full control.
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