written by —Zip Tee | @BluesAndSoul
Dallas,Texas mark your calendars! Saturday, November 7 2015/we’ll be at Untapped Festival, Texas’ hugely popular craft beer and music festival. Tapping a dope music lineup that spans three stages, we’ll be headlining Untapped Dallas along with Flaming Lips, Dr. Dog, Cloud Nothings, Elle King, The Mowgli’s, Steve Gunn, UME and Dallas local favorites Valise and Birds of Night. Presale tickets are available now through July 15. http://untapped-festival.com/dal/news/featured/announcing-untapped-dallas-2015-at-fair-park-on-saturday-nov-7th/
On July 27th 2015,
The Pharcyde joined The Roots, Erykah Badu + a group of special guests for a special tribute to JDilla at Nokia Live in Los Angeles for the #BETexperience
Read all about it by visiting Billboard ( http://m.billboard.com/v/News/BetExperience2015Roo) now!
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Famed for the classic album Bizarre Ride II, which has been dubbed ‘one of the freshest, most creative rap albums ever made’. Alternative hip hop group The Pharcyde, bring their heavy and humourous beats to Brooklyn Bowl after a series of much hyped and rammed gigs back in the US and across Europe. The group have earned themselves a place amongst the godfathers of hip-hop alongside the likes of A Tribe Called Quest and De La Soul and are sure to bring some of their smart South-Central sensibility to Greenwich.
On Saturday, June 6th, Long Beach City Councilmember Rex Richardson and the Uptown Business District will host the Beach Streets Village Fest at Houghton Park. The festival will feature musical performances, heath activations, a skate expo and more!
Some of the the music lineup includes:
-The Pharcyde with Live Band, alternative hip-hip group
-Stacy Barth, neo soul
-Yo Yo, 90’s hip-hop
-Los Rakas, latin reggae
-Blu & Exile, hip-hop
-Ervin Arana, contemporary DJ
-Buck Bowen, new age hip-hop
-Philosophy, poetic inspiration
-Ryan Lucas, gospel hip-hop insporation
-Special guest host Spicy Mari from Real 92.3
We’re pulling out all the stops to make sure we showcase all the excitement and vitality that defines the 9th District and the ongoing Uptown Renaissance.
The Village Fest is a free concert benefiting the North Long Beach Education Fund, and will be a major highlight at Beach Streets Uptown, an open streets event that transforms Atlantic Avenue in North Long Beach into a beyond-bicycle-friendly open street event that encourage residents to walk, bike, shop, and enjoy musical performances throughout the route
We are delighted to announce the full line up for Mostly Jazz Funk & Soul Festival 2015!!!!
The Sugarhill Gang & The Furious Five feat. Melle Mel & Scorpio headline Friday night and will now be joined by The Pharcyde // SOIL&”PIMP”SESSIONS // The Milk // The Mouse Outfit feat. Dr Syntax & Sparkz // Namiwa Jazz Music // Free School // boom operators // Amy Fitz Doyley // Kioko // Lumi HD
Roy Ayers will headline Saturday night which is once again curated by The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Show who will also being DJ’ing in the park! They will be joined by Cymande (full original line up) // Hackney Colliery Band // Ephemerals// The Gene Dudley Group // The Filthy Six // NEW STREET ADVENTURE (OFFICIAL) // The Atlantic Players // Steve Ajao Blues Giants // Tiro Lark
Gregory Porter will headline the final night of this years festival. He will be joined by The James Hunter Six // Tenors of kalma feat. Jimi Tenor official // Baila La Cumbia // Sid Peacock and Surge Orchestra // Johnny Hoo // Delta Autumn //Hansu-Tori // Rachael Cohen Quartet // Urban Soul Family // Steve Tromans Axis Point // Jazziness Ensemble
Tickets are selling extremely well so we’re advising picking them up sooner rather than later! Roll on July! Tickets are available from
*Please note that due to circumstances outside of the festivals control Grandmaster Flash will not be performing at this year’s Mostly Jazz Funk & Soul festival. Please be assured that Furious Five feat. Melle Mel & Scorpio will be performing the classic tracks originally by Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five.