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Waasi / Equally Opposite / Lionhearts / Clark Bar$ / Front Porch Revival

  • IX Art Park - Indoors 522 2nd Street Southeast Charlottesville, VA, 22902 United States (map)

Waasi – Upbeat psychedelic hip-hop from one of Cville’s freshest new voices.

Equally Opposite – WHITE AND WILD meets BLACK AND MILD. ZacMac and Gordo Kai are two small town country boys from Charlottesville Virginia. The two met in 2014 thanks a very awkward accident and started their journey in 2015. Though still building slowly, they have accomplished a little more than most expected in such a short time on their own. Whether performing locally, out of state festivals, or out of the country they have managed to make an impact wherever they touch down. Both coming from two completely different backgrounds, their lyrics are fun, yet quirky, dark, yet conscious. Their sound can be a fusion between alternative rock, jazz, trap, electric soul, R&B, EDM, and future bass. They have been compared to Odd Future, with a mix of Outkast and Tech N9ne thrown.

Lionhearts is a new collaboration between Cville’s own Mitch Wise, Cville -> ATL producer/rapper Linz Prag, and Waynesboro’s Hessom. Their debut EP released in Fall 2018 brings versatile lyrics over heavy production.

Front Porch Revival are a local experimental live hip hop project inspired heavily by science fiction. For fans of Snow Panda, Jerimiah, J8son, Bibio, and Flying Lotus. Their new album “Higher Crimes For Brighter Times” was released in 2018 on Aunt Mary Records.

CLARKBAR$ is a Rapper, Producer, & Engineer from Charlottesville, VA with a passion for music. He has been writing lyrics since the age of 16 and first began recording songs around April 2010. Since then, he has continued to grow, gain experience, and expand his talents to produce, mix, and master all of his own songs. Not a day goes by where he doesn't work on improving his sound and soaking in information about the Music Industry, specifically the Rap/Hip-Hop genre. CLARKBAR$ music is a blend of Rap/Hip-Hop, R&B, & Pop which he has dubbed "Hip-Pop".

Later Event: December 31
New Year's Party at IX