Josh Warner, co-founder of Travellers Music and owner of justenoughmusic.com and solo artist Alex Gage (AG Flux) have teamed up together to launch Family Ties: A Hip-Hop and Visual Arts Experience. This bimonthly event will be a mutual effort to bridge the gap between Hip-Hop and Visual Art in order to bring like-minded creatives together that may have otherwise never crossed paths. The format for Family Ties will include 4 hip-hop acts per show performing in a round-a-bout carousel fashion, a scenario where set times are effectively eliminated. Each Family Ties event will also have featured visual artists (Video/Mixed media) who will be creating and/or displaying live art, on the spot. When asked about the concept for Family Ties, Josh Warner mentioned “We believe this new format will keep the audience engaged and plant the seed for more of a community based event, where artists share the same spotlight and fans/music enthusiasts are more inclined to hear new music. In addition, the installment of live art will truly provide a more interactive experience for all parties involved.” The line-up for the first Family Ties event on 5/3 will be announced later next week. Emcees, DJ’s and visual artists that are interested in being apart of future Family Ties events please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Maulskull recently released some new visuals for “Martyr” off his upcoming album Unamazing Grace. Anderson Flicks directed the music video for this self-produced track and it will be the last single we hear before his official album release this spring. Over the years Maulskull has surely made his mark in the underground hip-hop community touring nationally alongside acts such as Sadistik, Cage, DJ Abilities and
TMC recently dropped some fly visuals for his new single “That’s Me” off his upcoming project The 719 LP. This classic boom-bap style beat supplied by AATMA really lays the foundation for some honest, heavy bars. TMC crushed it with that raw, gritty flow that is sure to keep the heads nodding throughout. Whodashoota directed the video in good fashion and the edition of the live performance footage really brought this video together well.
Babah Fly recently released the music video for “Sol Survive” off his new album Interstate Intersteller. The track features Michelle Rocqet of The Milk Blossoms singing on the hook and Joshua Trinidad of Wheel Chair Sports Camp on the trumpet. This joint definitely has an uplifting, soulful tone that exemplifies Babah Fly’s ability to connect on a spiritual level while also giving praise to the wellness, eco-hop
Che-Bong delivered a passionate, inspirational performance accompanied by an enthusiastic audience for the release of Telescope to the Heavens. One of the most essential ingredients for a successful Hip-Hop show is stage presence. Che-Bong moved the crowd with ease while navigating through his set and
Che Bong will be releasing his new album Telescope to the Heavens with a headlining set at The Black Sheep in Colorado Springs Saturday, January 27th. Over the years Che Bong has been consistently perfecting his craft providing thought-provoking, introspective rap while giving hip-hop heads what they desire most: substance. Whether rocking with his counter parts Bullhead*Ded and Hiatus or carefully Listen & Read More
Justenoughmusic.com presents hip-hop on the beach at Lost Lake Lounge Friday, July 28th. Come out and catch a full night of pure, unadulterated hip-hop and don’t forget to bring your sunscreen…cause these cats are sure to bring the heat. Performances by Six O’ Clock, S.T.O.I.C., Your Relatives, TMC, Newce and Travellers Music are sure to make the body rock. This will be the premier independent hip-hop showcase of the summer so gear up and step inside the cypher. Join the festivities and share the event. Hit up your favorite local emcees for discount pre-sale tickets or purchase them online here. Travellers Music will be performing 3 unreleased tracks off their upcoming vinyl release Judgement Day and making a huge announcement you definitely won’t want to miss the night of the show.
Just Enough Food’s much anticipated album release for Glory Days is right around the corner. This 11 track self-produced album will take you on an introspective journey through the mind of an old soul coming to terms with various life changing events. 4th Eye from Travellers Music produced The Phone Call featuring Newce and Alltrueistic. Ag Flux co-produced Vincent Watch His Van Go and also laid down a feverish verse. Sponsored by Kind Dub and B. Fresh clothing, this event is surely going to come close to selling out at the door. Come join the party Friday April 7th at Larimer Lounge in Denver and don’t forget to check out all the dope artists on the lineup. Rumor has it Travellers Music will be performing some brand new tracks to close out the night. Buckle up.