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Friday, September 18, 2009

Friday To-Do: The Chill: Boss Edition

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THE CHILL: BOSS EDITION
9 p.m., Revolution. $10.

The Chill, Conduit Entertainment's regular concert series, returns with something to celebrate. Among the label's roster and associates (perhaps even in all of the state), no act has seemed nearer to jumping beyond the local scene than Suga City. The duo, comprised of Stuttgart native Arkansas Bo and Pine Bluff's Goines, long had a distribution deal with national indie Koch Records (the recent word is that Conduit is trying to leverage a bigger deal). Together, they've put out a handful of deeply infectious tracks on Conduit compilations and, apart, they've each released outstanding solo mixtapes. With all the buzz, it's a bit surprising that last week marked the release of their first group mixtape, “Leaks of Controversy.” (Get a download link on Rock Candy.) It's a bit uneven, but filled with promising ideas. Hopefully, it's just the start of a prolific career. The always engaging live hip-hop act Epiphany and One Night Stand and local up-and-comer Rah hoWard share the bill, while DJ KP mans the turntables.

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