Daily Archives: November 7, 2011

G-Side Release Second Single And Go On Tour

G-Side are giving fans the option to download “Look Up” when they pre-order the island album from their Bandcamp page. November 11th is the official release date for island and the duo will also go on tour.

G-SIDE TOUR DATES

11/11 – Memphis, TN @ Hi-Tone Cafe (record release show) !
11/18 -Tuscaloosa, AL @ Green Bar
11/30 – Montevallo, AL @ Eclipse
12/1 – Greensboro, NC @ Studio B
12/2 – Baltimore, MD @ Club Hippo
12/4 – Washington, DC @ DC9
12/5 – Philadelphia, PA @ Club Fluid
12/6 – Brooklyn, NY – BrooklynVegan Presents @ Glasslands Gallery #
12/8 – Buffalo, NY @ Broadway Joe’s
12/10 – Ann Arbor, MI @ TBA
12/11 – Detroit, MI @ The Majestic
12/13 – Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle ^
12/14 – Nashville, IL @ The End
12/16 – Los Angeles, CA @ FYF Presents: Venue TBA
12/20 San Francisco, CA @ Yours Truly Presents @ The Independent $

! = w/ Cities Aviv
# = w/ Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire & Cities Aviv
^ = w/ YP
$ = w/ DaVinci & Main Attrakionz

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Conrad Murray Found Guilty

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Conrad Murray was just found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson.He probably won’t even serve the whole four years (absurd) and he will more than likely practice medicine to some marginalized community since his license will be revoked. But it’s official; Michael Jackson was murdered.

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Doom-Red Bull Music Academy Lecture Madrid 2011

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MF Doom made a rare talking appearance and gave a lecture at the Red Bull Music Academy in Madrid.

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Urban Saga “SnitchCraft” Resurfaces as Ebook as Drug Sentencing Reforms Reduce Prison Population

Atlanta, GA – When author Edrea Davis debuted her fictional saga, “SnitchCraft” in hardcover back in 2007, everyone from readers to activists to academics took note of this creative approach to advocacy. Davis cunningly fused hip-hop with a civil rights agenda to offer a glimpse into the corrupt environment created by the use of informants and underscore the unfairness of racially biased sentencing guidelines.

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