Worth Your Dam Hangover: The Underachievers, The Primo Kremlin Discko, Madlib Tribute

Worth Your Dam Hangover: The Underachievers, The Primo Kremlin Discko, Madlib Tribute

Jul 13, 2017 |  by  |  Event, Music
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I’ve been a music hoarder all my life and it was I who coined the phrase: ‘Every genre has something to offer’ (patent pending). My main infatuations are House, Disco, Jazz, Funk, Hip Hop and every subgenre in between. As long as the tunes spark up a euphoric feeling. Writing about Music expresses my passion for the art.

Too many plans for the weekend? Let me narrow your options down by weekly suggesting the events where you can meet, dance and drink with Amsterdam’s finest crowds. After all, ‘a hangover ain’t worth the pain if the party is lame’.

Thursday: The Underachievers @ Melkweg

The duo that’s on the move to enlighten the masses through spiritual and conscious lyrics will be touching down in the Melkweg. The Underachievers took the rap game by storm in 2013 and have been on a roll ever since, making waves in the underground. They’re not your average rappers, as far as I’m concerned. They’re more or less giving you food for thought flowed smoothly over dope-ass beats. Spiritual development through psychedelic liberation and geopolitics viewed from a cynical point of view are recurring themes in their music. I still fuck heavily with this tape from Issa Gold, one half of the duo. Their shows spark up a lot of energy, and I’m not aiming at the somewhat obligatory crowd surfs and mosh pits.

Friday: The Primo Kremlin Discko @ Disco Dolly

The Primo and The Kremlin bundle forces to present you The Primo Kremlin Discko show. These dudes know how to throw a party and know exactly when to smack on the disco record for that specific moment. So channel your inner disco don or diva and head down to the Dolly!

Saturday: Madlib Tribute @ Amsterdam Roest

Lord Quas, Jackson Conti, Yesterdays New Quintet, Madvillain, Beat Konducta; the list goes on and on. Madlib’s musical knowledge extends to heights unmatched by others, digging deep to find and glue different unheard records together in a way only he can. Oh? So you’ve heard this cool obscure Japanese or Indian song? Madlib already sampled, chopped it up and left his signature drums on there, around the time most of us were still filling diapers. Alright, his status of greatness has been established. Reason enough for Roest to host a tribute party in honor of the Madliberator this Saturday. Entry is free, so there really is no reason for you not to go.

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