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ORG. DE LÄBBEL

ELEMENTS Session 5 w/ THE ARTIFACTS

The Artifacts (US)
Thu 12.12.19 / 20:00
hip hop

Venue: Klub

Schedule
>19:30 doors
>20:00 show

* presale (until 12.12.19 >16:00): 15€ + 1,30€ fee / box office: 20€

EN The Artifacts is a hip hop group consisting of El Da Sensei, Tame One and DJ Kaos. They hail from Newark, New Jersey and made underground music that paid homage to the four elements of hip hop. The Artifacts' most popular single Wrong Side of Da Tracks paid special homage to graffiti art, as they were graffiti artists themselves. Other of artifacts' popular hits include Easter, C'mon wit da git down and The Ultimate (You Know The Time).

Also known as "The Brick City Kids", the Artifacts released their first album, Between a Rock and a Hard Place on October 27, 1994. Well received by underground hip hop audiences, it featured b-boy and graffiti themes. The album's beats were produced by Buckwild (from the DITC crew) and T-Ray (from the Soul Assassins crew). The Artifacts' second album, That's Them was released on April 15, 1997. It featured similar material, but it did not receive as much recognition as their debut effort. The Artifacts split soon after the release of this second album.

Tame One and El Da Sensei have both continued to release music as solo artists. In 2003, Tame One joined the Weathermen, an underground rap group including Cage Kennylz, Camu Tao, Aesop Rock, and El-P. Soon after joining the Weathermen, Tame One and Cage released the album Waterworld under the name Leak Bros. In 2009, Tame One collaborated with another member of the Definitive Jux label, releasing the album Parallel Uni-Verses with Del the Funky Homosapien. El Da Sensei has released a number of solo albums and collaborated with the Polish rap group The Returners in 2008, as well as East Coast-based group, The Immortals Project in 2009.

org.: De Läbbel + Rotondes, Olliewood, Ville de Luxembourg

ELEMENTS Session 5 w/ THE ARTIFACTS
The Artifacts
ELEMENTS Session 5 w/ THE ARTIFACTS
The Artifacts

    PROGRAMME

    ELEMENTS Session 5 w/ THE ARTIFACTS

    De Läbbel Session w/ Corbi, Nicool & Skibi

    Giamba (beatbox) / The Lost Boys (live painting)

    Warm-up by DJ PC