RE: Search ft. Adam Deitch (Break Science) w/ Ty Coomes (Lettuce), Prob Cause, Mikey Thunder, Jubee

Cervantes', Euphonic Conceptions & MHSM Present

RE: Search ft. Adam Deitch (Break Science) w/ Ty Coomes (Lettuce), Prob Cause, Mikey Thunder, Jubee

Wed, August 9, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

ADVANCE PRICE = $5 Early Bird / $10 Advance / $15 Day Of Show

Tickets at the Door

This event is 16 and over

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TICKET PRICE - ADVANCE PRICING
$5 Early Bird
$10 Advance
$15 Day Of Show

TICKET PRICE - WALK UP PRICING
OVER 21 = $10 Before 9 PM / $15 After 9 PM
UNDER 21 = $15 All Night

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Adam Deitch
Adam Deitch
Adam’s career has crossed genres, focusing on hip-hop, funk and jazz, playing the role of both drummer and producer. The son of two professional funk drummers and Berklee grads, Adam first picked up his sticks at the age of two. His first gig was at a school assembly for his kindergarten class.
Adam was inspired by hip-hop at an early age, listening closely to Public Enemy and Eric B and Rakim. Adam began his production career by making loops on a tape deck in his bedroom and has gone on to produce tracks for some of today’s top artists including Ledisi, Matisyahu, 50-Cent, Redman, Talib Kweli, KRS-One and MF Doom.
Adam has done major session work on drums for artists including Justin Timberlake, Daniel Bedingfield, Anthony Hamilton, DJ Quik and Wycleff, Black Rob and Afu-Ru and the Fugees record, sure to be one of the year’s biggest records. Recently Adam has made appearances touring with Pretty Lights, The Game (The Tonight Show), Slick Rick, Lauryn Hill, Pras of the Fugees, GZA of Wu-Tang Clan, Dead Prez, the Ying Yang Twins, John Medeski, Meshell Ndegeocello and his own Fyre Dept as well as being a regular part of Wycleff Jean and Eve’s band.
In his third year at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, he joined the world renowned Average White Band, with whom he performed for the two following years. Adam was featured on the band’s DVD, Live in LA, recorded at a sold out show at the House of Blues, and showed the band was at it’s best. While touring with AWB, Adam performed alongside many of his heroes including Earth, Wind and Fire, Tower of Power and Chaka Kahn.
Adam is a founding member of Lettuce, who has been recording and touring for 15 years. Lettuce features such noted musicians as Eric Krasno, Ryan Zoidis, Sam Kininger and Neal Evans of Soulive, Erick Coomes, Adam Smirnoff (Robert Randolph) and Rashawn Ross (Dave Mathews Band). Lettuce is a funk powerhouse with a cult following from NYC to Tokyo. Lettuce’s third studio record, RAGE! was released in April 2008 to rave reviews and sold out shows.
Adam has branched out from hip-hop and funk, recording and touring with jazz legend John Scofield. Adam has recorded on two of John’s latest records (both released on legendary label Verve Records), Up All Night, for which he also shares composers credit on many of the tracks, and the Grammy nominated Uberjam.
Recently, Adam’s focus has been on Break Science, his electro duo with collaborator Borahm Lee. Break Science club music in the vain of a “Live Mix Tape”, blending live trip-hop, broken-beat, dub, drum & bass and of course, hip-hop.
Ty Coomes
Ty Coomes
Tyler Coomes didn’t know he was going to be a part of rap beef history. He just thought he was going to another studio session with The Game.

Known by his production moniker, Tycoon, the Los Angeles-based producer knew that Jayceon Taylor was wrapping his next album, 1992. His brother, Erick “Jesus” Coomes was at Chalice Studios in Hollywood that late night (roughly three weeks ago) along with Stat Quo—Game’s business partner—who was sleeping on the couch.

“I don’t even know if Game thought I had beats on me,” Tycoon tells HipHopDX exclusively. “I went down there and it was very obvious that this was the last day. They were shrinking the album, not growing it. They were cutting songs off of it to get down to a number that they wanted.”

As Tyler tells it, Game perused through his offerings then chose the beat that would become “92 Bars,” the track that cracked open the Compton native’s explosive back-and-forth saga with Philadelphia’s Meek Mill.

“It was the last thing on the last day,” he says. “Such a weird phenomenon to be that guy and step in and kind of get a track that would be for sure talked about significantly.”

Tyler was impressed with the way Game assembled the track. He’d rap large chunks at a time, then lay the verses in the booth. Since the majority of “92 Bars” came out off the top of the head, another person in the studio would try to write down what Game said as a reference. Because of that experience, Tycoon doubts Game used a ghostwriter for “Pest Control,” which is what Meek Mill’s team asserted late last week.
Prob Cause
Prob Cause
Future Classic Space Rap
Mikey Thunder
Mikey Thunder
Mikey Thunder likes to party. But more than that, Mikey Thunder just so happens to be the party. Thunder spins a genre-blending, bass-driven partyrock, fusing banging electronic beats with funk, hip-hop, soul, jazz, blues, swing, reggae and anything else the party may call for on the fly. With 19 years in the game, he's mastered the art of improvisation with an uncanny ability to work with and rework the vibe of the party with precision. If you’re a true connoisseur of the Colorado music scene, you’ve seen Mikey share the stage with any number of your favorite artists- no matter the genre.

It all began for Mikey at the age of 15 when he discovered DJing in Springfield , Mass. Thru friends older brother's record collections and the Hiphop scene in the city. From there he moved up to Burlington Vt. and immersed himself in the diverse musical culture. In the fall of 1999, he relocated to the mountains of Jackson Hole where he was soon kidnapped by Michael Franti and Spearhead for the Stay Human Tour. After opening for Spearhead in Jackson Hole, Thunder was handpicked by Michael Franti to open the rest of the tour, where he mixed beats into their sets, during set break, and scratched with their beatboxer, Radioactive.

After the Spearhead tour Mikey relocated to Boulder and continued to pursue his musical career. At that time Thunder also was an Atari playing stuntman/ DJ in the band Sonar. The band shared the stage with the Wailers at the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, the String Cheese Incident, and played Hightimes Magazine’s SXSW party, and the Cannabis Cup in Amsterdam. In the fall of 2009 Mikey joined the Pretty Lights crew, opened for over 30 shows on their tours and performed cuts on the Making Up a Changing Mind EP, released in 2010. He also has played the sold out Red Rocks Amphitheater runs with PL in 2012/13/14.

Since that time, he has made his presence known in every single facet of the Colorado music industry. Over the years he has shared the stage with an extremely diverse range of musicians, including (but certainly not limited to): Bassnectar, The Glitch Mob, The Disco Biscuits, Boombox, Soul Live, Lettuce, The Motet, Michal Menert, Nightmares on Wax, Mr. Scruff, DJ Krush, Bonobo, Z Trip, DJ Qbert, Pete Rock, DJ Premier, Jurassic 5, Slick Rick, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface killa, Red Man, Juicy J, and Big Boi of Outkast. Additionally, he has been prominently featured on such festivals as Shambhala, Sonic Bloom, Snowball, Global Dance Festival, and many others.

Mikey Thunder’s true talent lies in his versatility. Every Thunder performance presents something familiar in an entirely unfamiliar way, as well as something unfamiliar presented in a way that is immediately recognizable as Thunder.
JuBee
JuBee
JuBee
Leader of JuBee and The Morning After
MC of Michal Menert Big Band
1/2 of Uncle Pizza
1/2 of City Council

HipHop/Rock/Funk/Poetry/Meme/EDM/Photography/Cheeseburger/Pizza
Venue Information:
Cervantes' Other Side
2637 Welton St.,
Denver, CO, 80205
http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com/