Shredders

Heartland Credit Union Presents

Shredders

Astronautalis, Charles Grant, Neu Dae

Thu · January 18, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$15.00

This event is 18 and over

High Noon Saloon | 701 E. Washington

Shredders
Shredders
Lazerbeak, Paper Tiger, Sims, & P.O.S
Astronautalis
Astronautalis
While Cut The Body Loose may seem like Astronautalis’ most aggressive album to date, to call it angry or pessimistic would be to miss the point. Named for an aspect of a traditional New Orleans jazz funeral when the music guides grievers from heavy, insurmountable suffering to a full-on raucous celebration in the streets, Cut The Body Loose is the sonic equivalent of that same liberating process.

Having started in music over 20 years ago as a battle rapper, Astronautalis’ roots are planted firmly in hip-hop. However, the sounds and styles throughout his discography are an animal not so easily caged. At any point, Astronautalis touches upon shoegaze-laced indie rock, pulsating electronic, swampy Southern-influenced blues, and more. He's worked with Grammy Award-winning producer John Congleton (Modest Mouse, Bill Callahan, St. Vincent), Justin Vernon (Bon Iver), Tegan Quin (Tegan & Sara), members of The Riverboat Gamblers, P.O.S. (Rhymesayers) and more to help craft his undeniably unique style.
Charles Grant
Charles Grant
Charles Grant is a 25 year old MC from WESTFIELD WISCONSIN who released his first project March 22nd of this year. In his short 1 year career he has opened up for such acts as Yelawolf, Cage, Aesop Rock, Prof, Atmosphere, Caskey, Toki Wright and some others! He had the opportunity to travel the country and perform in 16+ cities with NYC natives BBAS members Koncept & J57 on "The Future Prospects Tour".
Neu Dae
Neu Dae
neumy + evaridae = neu dae. Original Madison, WI hip-hop.
neu dae is the realization of a collaborative process founded by neumy and evaridae in 2013 to make music and destroy mediocrity in hip-hop. Neumy flows effortlessly with a self-aware sting that begs the listener to rethink the rules and crack a beer or 7, with a nod to storytellers and lyricists like 2Pac, Slug, and Eminem. Evaridae deploys a chameleon of sound as the backdrop beat, blending influences from 90's east coast boom bap to more contemporary trap and midwest hip-hop. Now go enjoy music! And remember, tomorrow is a neu dae.
Venue Information:
High Noon Saloon
701A E. Washington Ave
Madison, WI, 53703
http://www.high-noon.com/