Doors open: 21:00
SNOWGLOBE & 1015 PRESENT:
Dilated Peoples - LIVE!
GRiZ :: Clockwork
Nico Luminous (Street Ritual) :: Patrick Sexx (Alpha Pup)
Bogl vs DJ Dials :: Stylus Beats :: Drome
DJ Go Off :: Grewvangle :: Dr. Dylon
Ticket Link: http://snowglobe-out.eventbrite.com/
FRIDAY DECEMBER 14TH, 2012
Dilated Peoples is an underground hip hop group that resides in California. They've achieved great fame in the underground hip hop community, although having had little mainstream success in the US, with the exception of the song "This Way," a 2004 collaboration with Kanye West. It reached the Top 40 of the UK Singles Chart with two tracks, "This Way" and "Worst Comes to Worst." Their members include DJ Babu (producer/DJ), Evidence (emcee-producer) and Rakaa Iriscience (emcee).
Dilated Peoples are affiliated with fellow West Coast hip hop group tha Alkaholiks. The Liks appear on The Platform on the track "Right On" and Expansion Team on "Heavy Rotation." The group also collaborated frequently with west coast emcees Defari and Amad Jamal (an Urban Umpires member) and helped to launch their careers. Defari made one appearance on each Dilated Peoples' album: "Ear Drums Pop (Remix)" on The Platform; "Defari Interlude" on Expansion Team; "Closed Session" on Neighborhood Watch; and "Olde English" on 20/20. Dilated Peoples also made multiple appearances on Defari's album Odds & Evens. Another Dilated associate is their long-time producer, the Alchemist, who produced five songs on The Platform, three songs on Expansion Team, four songs on Neighborhood Watch, and two songs on 20/20. Dilated Peoples was featured on a song on the Alchemists' 1st Infantry. Rakaa also made a guest appearance on the song "Trance Fat" on Looptroop's new album, Good Things.