Brasstracks w/ Kemba, Pell, JusChill

Euphonic Conceptions Presents

Brasstracks w/ Kemba, Pell, JusChill

Sat, March 9, 2019

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$25

This event is 16 and over

Brasstracks
Brasstracks
After studying together at Manhattan School of Music, Ivan Jackson (trumpet) and
Conor Rayne (drums) linked up to form production duo Brasstracks in 2014. Initially a side project allowing them to use their instruments to produce electronic music they were passionate about, a cover of Rihanna’s “Four Five Seconds” with Lido cemented them on the SoundCloud producer scene. Since their early beginnings in the SoundCloud space they have dropped an array of critically acclaimed covers and remixes, toured with Lido, Nao, Mr Carmack, Jack Garratt and GRiZ,
played iconic venues and festivals such as Denver’s Red Rocks and Coachella and
featured/produced on songs with GoldLink, Anderson Paak, Lido and Khalid.

In August 2016 Ivan and Conor produced arguably the biggest Hip Hop record of the
year with Chance The Rappers ‘No Problem’ feat Lil Wayne and 2Chainz. This led to a GRAMMY nomination for Best Rap Song to add to Ivan’s nomination for his writing
contribution to Anderson Paak’s ‘Am I Wrong'. They also released their debut EP, Good Love and took the EP on the road with their Good Love Fall Tour.

During a heavy summer ’17 festival season playing all over North America Brasstracks released a slew of new singles and covers culminating in the first edition of their most recent project “For Those Who Know Part 1” which was released Oct 20th. Part 1 boasts collaborations with Robert Glasper, The Underachievers and more. March 2018 saw the guys embark on their first ever headline US tour, playing 19 cities and selling Los Angeles, San Franscisco, Seattle and NYC's iconic Bowery Ballroom in their hometown show. With the release of Part 2 of their “For Those Who Know” project released this summer, these two Grammy winning kids are putting the fire back in New York City
Kemba
Kemba
“As an artist, I only exist because of the people. I want to be of service to them. I want my success to be our success.”

The artist formerly known as YC the Cynic is taking a giant step forward on his new album Negus – one so big that it necessitated a whole new name, Kemba.

The Bronx native has always made music inspired by acts like Mos Def and Goodie Mob, who are lyrical and not afraid to address crucial contemporary issues. But he felt like his original rap name, bestowed at a young age and tied to the more traditional boom-bap sound that he established on his early releases, no longer fit this new material. The songs on Negus, while having no shortage of great raps, also allow a whole other side of his inspirations to shine through – their sense of melody.
Pell
Pell
Growth is ingrained in Pell's nature. Since taking the industry by storm in 2014, the electric New Orleans native, born Jared Pellerin, has continued to expand his sound and musicality. His stellar Floating While Dreaming mixtape garnered attention and praise from press across the board, including FADER, Billboard, XXL, Complex, among others, yet he never settled.
JusChill
JusChill
Denver native, vinyl spinning, hip-hop producer.
Venue Information:
Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom
2637 Welton Street
Denver, CO, 80205
http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com/