From hell they came… 30 years ago in a small town in New Jersey called Lodi. It was there, at the dawn of the punk movement in April 1977, that the Misfits were born. Taking for their name the title of Marilyn Monroe's final movie, they set out to make an impression. They wound up making history and creating a legacy that has truly withstood the test of time. Today, boasting a massive catalog of music old and new, a new lineup and an influence felt around the world, the Misfits are generating more interest than ever before.
One of the most prolific and original groups in hip hop, the infamous Mobb Deep are still a very active force in today’s music industry with twenty years of experience. The group has appeared on records that have sold over 40 million copies. Aiming from the Queensbridge neighborhood of NYC, the duo has been responsible for delivering some of the most popular and forever current anthems in rap music. . Tracks like “Survival Of The Fittest’” “Shook Ones Part II” and “Quiet Storm RMX” have remained significant and still move crowds from NY to Tokyo. Mobb Deep’s ability to perfectly describe their gritty surroundings and lifestyle always made them a first choice for music writers and critics across the board. Mobb Deep have graduated to the role of cult group; today, they are followed by a new wave of cutting edge music listeners, as well as their original core foundation of hip hop aficionados.
Victory Heights: a band founded on humble beginnings and known by a passion for their craft uncharacteristic among most musicians of their generation. This drive has carried them across most of the continental United States for over 150 national dates, including 5 months on the road in 2013. Brant, Sam, Tyler, Mike and Karl have won over the hearts of many through their natural charisma and love for their supporters. This, ma in league with their stunning, musical and visual live performance has earned them audiences of loyal fans worldwide who believe in what the band is doing just as they do. With the highly anticipated release of the full length record "In Motion" on June 17th, 2014, Victory Heights is finally able to give something tangible back to their supporters. "In Motion" elegantly struts a fresh, yet classic heavy metal sound, highlighted by relatable lyrics and the infectiously fun and energetic personality of the members. With this release, the band holds tightly to the philosophy that Victory Heights is more than just five people making music; it is a movement. It is all the people at the shows, everyone listening to the record, and every single person who is defined by everything Victory Heights does. This young and inspired five piece has a bright future as they continue to light up stages and hearts around the world, and they want to thank you for being apart of it.
This blend of focused chaos was formed in August of 2008. From the alleys, and stages of Denver Colorado, Lola Black is an alchemist of punk, metal, melodic riffs, and attitude. The instant Lola walks out on stage you begin to understand that sugar, spice and everything nice were never things she was made of. Her 5’4” Spanish frame is all tits, tats and everything Black. An undeniable presence on stage that leaves most men quoting the last few lines of an erectile dysfunction ad, and most women questioning which band member of the 5 they’d rather go home with.
Pizza Time is the brainchild of Denver based artist, David Castillo. Signed by Burger Records, Pizza Time's gritty sound comes in both Spanish and English. His latest, "U WANNA PIZZA ME?", was released July 14th, 2014.
Plan-B Rejects hail from the city streets of Denver and have been making their brand of energetic, angst ridden punk rock since the spring of 2011. They draw influences from 80's hardcore, 90's skate punk, street punk, and melodic hardcore.
Denver's own, Marc Frank Montoya, commonly known as DJ MFM, is not only a legendary snowboarder but a DJ who has in the past made many mixtapes for ‘Finga on da Triga’. He uses hip hop and rap to make new songs incorporating other songs and beats.
Total Chaos is an American Hardcore punk band from Pomona, California, formed in 1989. Lead vocalist Rob Chaos is also co-owner of SOS Records with Ezzat Soliman, owner of the Showcase Theater, having released albums by classic Punk and Oi! bands like The Exploited, Vice Squad, Sham 69, Conflict, The Adicts and Abrasive Wheels among others. With help of Jay Lee from the band Resist and Exist, the band started organizations such as United Valley Punks, Orange County Peace Punks and Alternative Gathering Collective. Together, they held such social events as Food Not Bombs, helped open the Los Angeles Anarchist Center and supported the Big Mountain Indian Reservation.
The Reminders are a rare and remarkable musical duo seamlessly blending soulful sounds and roots music with insightful messages and thoughtful lyrics. The group consists of Brussels-born emcee Big Samir and Queens-born emcee/vocalist Aja Black, a collective creative force that’s hard to beat. Big Samir weaves intricate rhythmic patterns with a bilingual French/English flow, displaying his street-smart credibility in both his lyrics and cool demeanor. This is beautifully complimented by Aja Black's confident delivery, diverse cadences, and unique vocal stylings. Having shared the stage with artists such as Les Nubians, Snoop Dogg, Fishbone, Barrington Levy, Nas, Mos Def, Big Boi, KRS-One, Rakim, K'Naan, and others, the Reminders have established a firm place in today's ever-evolving music scene, garnering international acclaim while paving a path all their own. Beyond performances and appearances, the duo is constantly and actively engaged with community organizations, schools, and universities delivering workshops, talks, and specially catered performances. Their stage presence and high energy shows leave crowds in awe the world over, allowing the duo to uplift and entertain all at once. Their unique mashup of razor sharp rhymes; raw, soulful vocals; and reggae-tinged hip hop beats form the perfect backdrop for their relevant and inspiring themes, leaving a lasting impression on listeners with audiences always wanting more. The Reminders take their hip hop foundation and move it beyond genre, time, and space to create a global musical experience that is classic and speaks to all those willing to participate.
MF Ruckus has been kicking musical ass for a short time, but their relentless writing and touring has earned them a reputation as one of the best bands around. They consistently redefine the melodies and moods of classic American rock music, and while they have been influenced and inspired by music from all across the spectrum, they defy comparison to any particular band or style. These boys have energy in spades. They leave the guys in the crowd on their feet pleading for more, and the ladies—whom the band attracts like magnets attract iron filings—ready to behave exactly like their fathers wish they would not.