Tuesday, October 5, 2010

M.I.C. Monsta Mash: Halloween Reunion Party 10/29 in Brooklyn

M.I.C. Monsta Mash: Halloween Reunion Party

Featuring Performances from Uppanotch and Monsta Island Czars with Special Guest GYP.
DJ's Bazooka Joe and X-Ray Da Mindbenda on the 1's & 2's

...Limited Food and Drinks available.
Fellas 10$
Ladies 5$

B, D, N, Q, R, 2, 3, 4, 5 to Atlantic Ave / Pacific Street; R to Union Street.

Come out to party with the Monsta Island Czars as the crew reunites and gets ready to record a new album fresh for 2011. On Friday October 29th 2010 We present to you the Monsta Mash Halloween party at The BK Loft 300 Douglass street Brooklyn NY. Performing live the Monsta Island Czars and uppanotch with special guest GYP with Bazooka Joe and X-Ray on the wheels of steel for those of you not familiar with M.I.C. here’s a snip it from a review of their album “ESCAPE FORM MONSTA ISLAND”

MF Doom has mastered the art of the concept album and has become one of the most creative and hard-working artists in hip-hop today. Releasing album after album under different names, MF Doom has joined forces with MF Grimm and more to create Monsta Island Czars aka M.I.C. Originally Zev Love-X of the group KMD, MF Doom has grown to become one of hip-hop’s most enigmatic emcees. His very good friend and fellow emcee, MF Grimm, was locked up during recording and was unable to participate in the project (even though he was the man who had the idea that all of them should team up.) Monsta Island Czars is a collection of hungry underground emcees who have traded their usual names for monsters from old science fiction movies. MF Doom is King Ghidra. MF Grimm is Jet Jaguar. KD (aka Kwite Def) is Kamackeris. X-ray is King Caesar. The others (Megalon, Kong, Rodan, Spiga, and Gigan) all keep their original names because they started out as members. With production handled by X-Ray (King Caesar) and MF Doom (King Ghidra), the concept album Escape From Monsta Island is 20 tracks of hardcore, underground, hungry, creative hip-hop. Sometimes, the deliveries are lightning-fast while others just have that straight hunger. Both on-beat and off-beat, these emcees attack your brain just like prehistoric monsters feeding on major cities.

For those of you not familiar with UPPANOTCH The Time is Now

Danon and Hosannah combine science with sociology to bring the caliber of hip hop UPPANOTCH. Danon is a Queens native with a sharp tongue capable of decimating a speaker. You can feel his life experience in his rhymes, and he’s gifted in everything from the art of story telling to straight lyrical spitfire: "could take six bars, make it an anthem- F the SOURCE I want my face on the moon, like Ralph Kramden- these ain’t delusions of grandeur- hat tilted like black panthers, the flow is chemotherapy- guess the beat is the cancer." Hosannah was born in England , and came to New York in ’83. Raised by hip hop, the kid is slick with the gift. The word play is ridiculous- pay attention, you might miss su’m Hosannah finds a way to hold the track hostage- he’d rather surround it than be on top of it: "Link subjects through rough text- pen a curse on a scroll and have the verse plaguing listeners I provide the spirit through words that grasps parishioners and make em give ten percent of they folds to buy innocence." Danon and Hosannah use different rhyme style and technique to touch your eardrums. Pay close attention to their talent on the debut album, entitled: NO GREATER LOVE and the forthcoming LP, ELEVEN.

Friday, October 29th @ 10pm
300 Douglass St Loft
Park Slope, Brooklyn


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