with Angelo Moore (of Fishbone), The Rising Sun All Stars, Nonstop to Cairo, The Warden & Fame, Barry & The Penetrators, Soul Junkies, Santino Noir, Rejectionist Front & hosted by Redman
Sat December 14th, 2013
Minimum Age: 21+
Doors Open: 11:00PM
Show Time: 11:00PM
Event Ticket: $12
Day of Show: $15
free for members
Punk rock meets hip-hop when legendary front-man Angelo Moore of Fishbone comes to NYC, joining rap icon Redman at LPR for “Keep It Positive,” brought to you by Raised Fist Propaganda & SRH.
Angelo Fishbone will join some of the hottest new reggae and hip-hop artists emerging from the east coast throughout the night. Redman will host on the mic, representing his skate shop crew at Richmond Hood Company.
Presented by Raised Fist Propaganda and SRH and brought to you by Dub Rockers reggae & Richmond Hood Company.
This is a general admission, standing event.
main image via kickmag.net
“Keep It Positive”
Angelo Moore (of Fishbone)
The Rising Sun All Stars
The Rising Sun All Stars are a Neo Soul band from Staten Island, New York. They take organic, rhythmic, dynamic, and all-out-raw approach both on stage and in the studio, with an 8 piece ensemble featuring drums, guitars, and a stunning female lead vocalist.
photo credit: David Giordano
Nonstop to Cairo
After signing on with indie label 3Flip Records, the Long Island based Ska/Funk sensation Nonstop To Cairo released their “Self-Titled” EP and in turn and has grown into one of New York’s top emerging artists, with high demand and a constantly growing fan base.
In the beginning, Nonstop To Cairo cliqued immediately, being voted Long Island’s Best Band only a few months after forming, in The Long Island Music Festival, hosted by Good Times Magazine. With the buzz around them building, the six piece ensemble began writing new material and made their way to New York’s esteemed Sabella Studios. There they teamed up with Multi-Platinum Record Producer, Jim Sabella, who has had the pleasure of producing the likes of LL Cool J, Public Enemy, and Marcy Playground. This would be the first time Nonstop to Cairo hit the studio with their revamped brass section, giving the record an incredibly live and colorful blend of rock that echoes the pocket of the P-Funk, mixed with the genius of bands like Weezer, Sublime and Fishbone. Crowds just eat up the band’s ability to stimulate good vibes with an upbeat track like “Rooted”, or the unique blend of reggae and driving guitars that can be heard in “Set the Tone”, but most all the EP hit home with the slamming rhythms and fresh sound of their single “We Be”. “We Be” received rave reviews, boosting Nonstop To Cairo to a national audience while being featured on Sirius XM’s Faction Radio, Channel 41.
Presently, ‘Nonstop’s growing success has landed them a sponsorship from Etnies Action Sports Footwear and Apparel and as well as performances with prominent acts such as The Dirty Heads, The Wailer’s, WAR, moe., Tea Leaf Green, Galactic, Ballyhoo! and Tim Reynolds. Along with the release of their new single, a feel good, party song called “9 to 5″, Nonstop to Cairo looks to continue touring and bring their big sound, and electric stage presence to an even larger fan base, while getting back into the studio to record their long awaited debut album.
In the end, Nonstop To Cairo has proven themselves as an unstoppable force in the music industry. With so many opportunities presenting themselves, one thing is for sure, this is the band to look out for in years to come. Join the ‘Nonstop’ Revolution and don’t miss the Party.
The Warden & Fame
The Warden and F.A.M.E. are a Hip-Hop/Reggae/Rock group based out of Bay Shore, NY. They formed in early 2010 since then have exploded onto the Long Island music scene. They have played at numerous venues across Long Island and NYC and tri-state area including top names such as: Arlene’s Grocery, The Emporium, Tammany Hall, Vibe Lounge, Ollie’s Point/Revolution, The Nutty Irishman (both locations), The Crazy Donkey, The Knitting Factory, The Bitter End, Southpaw, The Paramount & historic Gramercy Theatre, to name a few. TWAF also have performed at The 2011 Bamboozle Festival at Met Life Stadium and The 2012 Bamboozle Festival in Asbury Park, NJ. We have also just performed at the 2013 Skate and Surf Festival at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, NJ on Mainstage. We have also supported nationally touring bands, most notably, The Dirty Heads (The Paramount), Passafire (Gramercy Theatre), Badfish (The Emporium), George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic (The Emporium), Three Legged Fox (The Studio at Webster Hall) & Ballyhoo! (Gramercy Theatre).
The Warden and F.A.M.E. have released their debut EP “Down to Funk” in Summer 2010 and plan on releasing their follow up EP, “Coolin'” in Spring 2013. The hit singles “Summertime”, “Get My Roll On” and “The Weekends Here” have been rapidly bouncing around the internet and online stores for months. The Warden and F.A.M.E.’s melodies and original new Hip-Hop/Reggae combination is a sound that is indescribable. You have to HEAR it and SEE it to BELIEVE it. This band is the sound the music scene has been lacking for years!!
Barry & The Penetrators
What happens when Jamaican Roots Rock Reggae meets East Coast Punk? The only words to describe this phenomenon can be broken down into eight powerful syllables: Barry and the Penetrators.
Santino Noir’s introduction to music was rooted in rock and heavy metal in his early teens. Having racked up an impressive list of accomplishments in his numerous rock projects, including performances at Motley Crue’s CrueFest 2 in 2009, Bamboozle Festival in ’09, ’10, and ’11, and the RockStar Energy Uproar Tour in 2012, as well as sharing the stage with acts like Motley Crue, Ke$ha, Paramore, Drake, Papa Roach, Buckcherry, Blue Oyster Cult, The Jonas Brothers, Adam Gontier (Three Days Grace), Melissa Gorga, and many more. Since then, Santino has performed as a solo artist for tens of thousands of fans in venues big and small across the country.
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“Rejectionist Front is more than a happening band with a smokin’ sound. They are that rare band making important music,” says Grammy Award Winner Andy Wallace (Run DMC, Nirvana, Rage Against The Machine, A Perfect Circle, Linkin Park). The band was honored when Wallace mixed the single “Fifty Dollars” from their debut CD, “Shock The Conscious Mass.” The track has played on radio throughout the US.
A dynamic sound and unique vocal merge with Rejectionist Front’s new CD,”Evolve” that focuses on conflict both within ourselves and throughout society as we struggle for positive change. The CD includes the MTV track “Flush” selected as part of “The Sound of Revolution” and the song “Reclaim” that is part of an Independent Music Award winning benefit CD Music along with many socially conscious artists including Patti Smith, Third Eye Blind, Our Lady Peace, Anti- Flag, and Tom Morello.
The band has shared the stage with many inspiring artists including Talib Kweli, George Clinton & P-Funk, Joan Baez, Immortal Technique and the Nappy Roots. They have performed at many venues including Webster Hall, BB King, The Concert Hall, Rock The Vote during the Democratic National Convention week and the Concert For Tibet.
In the best spirit of socially conscious music, the band rejects the status quo and seeks constructive change as they combine music with activism.
Rejectionist Front is proud to play in support of vital causes including Wounded Warrior, the USO, Free China, Rock Against Dystrophy and Occupy Wall Street. The band founded Rock To Save Darfur that has helped save thousands of lives and free hundreds of slaves in partnership with Save The Children and other NGOs.
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