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Celebrating Madonna at 60.... we show this 80s classic and follow up with a Madonna Vogue Party for laters..
Slum Village Detroit USA Chances are, if you are anywhere near the Detroit music scene, you’ve heard of the influential hip hop trio that makes up Slum Village. The group was founded in the early 90’s by 3 childhood friends: Baatin, T3, rapper and producer J Dilla, who all grew up together in the Conant Gardens neighborhood of Detroit, MI.
Felipe Andres Coronel, better known by the stage name Immortal Technique, is a Peruvian-American hip hop recording artist and activist. Most of his lyrics focus on controversial issues in global politics. with special guests Chino XL & Poison Pen
The GZA performing Liquid Swords + some bonus solo & classic Wu-Tang treats. Kung Fu Visuals on The Sugar Club slick cinema screen. Outdoor Wu BBQ.... playing all the shaolin soul samples that inspired the movement and some Wu Bangers for good measure... Menu to be added closer to the time Chess Boards at the ready for those who want to test their skills..... Thank Wu very much!
** Exclusive - The GZA performing Liquid Swords ** 2nd Show Monday 27th
** Exclusive - The GZA performing Liquid Swords ** 3rd and final show
Made up of two Irishmen (Dublin & Wicklow), an Englishman (Sheffield) and an American (Vermilion, Ohio) the band are set to release their fourth album, “Kansas City Out Groove”, in March 2018.
After a first EP which attributed them a real seat within the French music scene, the Kimono gang is releasing a second EP with increased intensity. The band’s influences come directly from the eighties’ pop music and movies, on top of which they add their special touch of japanese-flavored jazz-funk.
With debut album 'Colt' set for release June 8th via Sacred Bones, Dublin multi-disciplinary artist Hilary Woods is sharing a new single, "Black Rainbow", from the record. Woods is also set to play The Sugar Club, 14th September 2018. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am.
Hailed universally as pioneers of what became known as “punk funk” thanks to the success of songs like Shack Up or Do The Du on both sides of the Atlantic, their sound is not easily pigeon holed and their influence can never be understated. The band introduced the avant-garde elements of funk, jazz, electronics, tape loops and technology to the pop song, wrapping it in a post punk aesthetic, adding great clothes and the coolest haircuts.