Carnage

Saturday, Jan. 19

Jan. 16, 2008
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Another talent born of the Twin Cities’ endlessly fertile underground hip-hop scene, frequent Eyedea and Abilities collaborator Carnage shares less in common with the emotional rap that his city is best known for than he does the nervy, sociopolitical musings of rappers like El-P and Sage Francis. He’ll share this bill with local indie-rap upstarts Universal Mind and the Milwaukee turntablism outfit OxFunk Audio System.

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