No less than a week since the release of Supa Bwe’s new EP Magic City, Hurt Everybody is already back at it. With the announcement that they’ll be dropping their next project at the top of 2015, the trio has decided to preview a new track titled “Grandma Death”. The chemistry between the 3 continues to grow as they champion their own definitive sound. Carl & Supa trade back and forth seamlessly as the instrumental builds slowly, the preview ends right after the vibe is set; leaving the listener ready for more. Peep the preview for “Grandma Death” below and stay tuned for the full version.
The one man pizza party is currently in the middle of his Europe tour. That’s right, Show You Suck has crossed the pond for a slew of shows in France, but he also has stops in Great Britain, Finland and the Netherlands. If you’re seeing this and you’re in one of the remaining cities, HIT THIS UP, just take our word for it.
Location: 2321 N Kimball Avenue, Chicago
When: Saturday, September 20th @ 3PM
The annual Kimball House party goes down this weekend and the lineup is absolutely nuts. As if a bangin party wasn’t enough, there will be performances from Fess Grandiose, Netherfriends, Auggie The 9th, Hurt Everybody, Rio, Rich Jones, Sev Seveer and MORE. If THAT isn’t enough, the event is FREE. If you’re looking for something to do, look no further, we attended the 3rd one and it was a good ass time.
Location: 645 West 18th Street, Chicago
When: Friday, September 12th @ 9PM
The LOD crew will be thick at Elee.Mosynary Gallery tonight. Presented by the good folks at HikeLokeNokey, Chicongo will feature performances from Auggie The 9th, Cadillac Duke, Black Matt, Jag$quad & Nathan Knew. Along with the live performances, the event will also feature DJ sets from Cornelius Kite & Cam Marino as well as a pop up shop from Nerdy Clothing. This should definitely be a good time, if you’re in Chicago you should definitely stop by.
Supa Bwe continues to drop newness with the release of his track “The Re Re” earlier today. 1/3rd of Hurt Everybody, Supa spits and produces the record with his unique sound that is now becoming signature. Heavy bass all over this one, something to turn up loud while your cruising. It’s been fun watching the kid Supa grow over the last couple of years, he now has all of the tools to take his music to new heights and shows zero signs of slowing down. A loosie fa sho, “The Re Re” is still a nice track, check it out below and be on the look out for more.
Location: 1366 N Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago
When: Thursday, August 21st @ 7:30PM
Tonight, Auggie The 9th & Blakass Westley will take over Emporium for a free show. In addition to Auggie & Westley’s performances, there will also be sets from Ken Ross, Norman and Chris Melrose, rounding out what should be a good time. This event is 21+ and did we forget to mention it’s FREE. Classic arcade games, beer and dope live music, what more could you ask for on your Thursday night?
Location: 533 E Center Street, Milwaukee
When: Thursday, August 7th @ 9PM
Tonight, the city of Milwaukee is in for a great show at The Mad Planet. Klassik & Show You Suck will be headlining with other performances including Sean Anonymous, Auggie The 9th and Hurt Everybody. Freshly BKD is the shit for putting this together, they should be commended. Minneapolis & Chicago uniting in Milwaukee for 1 night, the event is 21+ (sorry kids) and tickets are only $7. If you’re in the Chi you can still make it well before show time, seriously though.
Yesterday, Hurt Everybody dropped the first single for their upcoming self titled EP. “Transmissions” begins somber, but quickly switches gears (lol yea) into that wild shit these guys are becoming so known for. Produced in-house by Mulatto & Supa, the first part of the track is sub-titled “Warning” while the second is titled “Contact”. We love how these guys always seem to have a dope transition that keeps the tracks fresh, their definitely proving to be one of 2014s break-outs. With the Hurt Everybody EP dropping on July 4th, time will only tell what’s next for them as they continue to drop heat. Peep the track below and keep an eye out for more from Hurt Everybody.
Show You Suck is back with the 3rd visual for his new track “Gucci Mane”. Once again he links up with APJ Films to bring together another interesting concept. A few friends involved and all polka dot everything rounds out the video. It’ll be interesting to see what Show has in store for the final 2 visuals, peep #3 above and stay tuned for the 4th installment.
For the 2nd official video for “Gucci Mane”, Show You Suck links up with George Sol for another interesting visual. Trolls abound, the visual is a lot different than the 1st one; but good in it’s own right. Directed by George Sol, the visual follows the lyrics through a dark room. Video #3 is supposed to come out tomorrow, check out #2 above.