$8 in advance/$10 at the door
10:30pm doors/11pm showtime
Sponsored by Fulton & Jameson
Ultra Suede is a collective of sorts, music and art at its roots, production team as branches, but also a commune of ideas under the umbrella of its symbol, protection. The point is to create an atmosphere of creativity and build a community. Its purpose is to create and cultivate an environment of culture. It is a protected place for artists and thinkers to collaborate and grow. Protection X Connection.
Ultra Suede was founded by MAKR, AARON BAUM, DJ FUNDO & KEITH MILLIONS.
Current collaborations include MONCELAS BOSTON, DWYNELL ROLAND. SIMS, P.O.S, SOPHIA ERIS, MINA MOORE, NONA MARIE, SHOW YOU SUCK, HOOD INTERNET, J PLAZA, RYAN OLSON, AND MORE TO COME.
ULTRA ULTRA SUEDE SUEDE
PROTECTION X CONNECTION
Minneapolis-based rapper you don't wanna miss, with special guests.
(Show you Suck & The Hood Internet)
AIR CREDITS, a mashup of The Hood Internet and ShowYouSuck, is known for their soulful performances that are similar to the sounds of the late Jackson 5. Dubbed a “supergroup” by The Chicago Tribune, AIR CREDITS first hit the stage in 2016, releasing their first single together, “All I Need (Part II),” a celebratory, soulful jam in anticipation of their debut. Meanwhile, “Part I” is a different creature entirely, fashioned from a more modern tapestry of woozy, warped synths. AIR CREDITS has worked with Los Angelesbased Kyle woods, known for his work with Solange Knowles’ Saint Heron label, and Professor Fox, who collaborators include Chance the Rapper, Mac Miller and Vic Mensa.
Purple Orange Beach:
(aka P.O.S Noise Dance)
Doomtree co-founder, punk philosopher and lyrical bomb-thrower Stefon Alexander, aka P.O.S, makes tight, declamatory music that builds on the Minneapolis-bred rapper and producer’s penchant for grinding beats and radical lyrics. Known for welding hip-hop with guitar squalls, screamed vocals, and futuristic beats fit for a Berlin nightclub, P.O.S steps out with a unique beats set.
Babyghost continues to evolve her style and hit multiple genres in every set she performs. A rap and hiphop pro, she dips her skills into electronic, trap, and experimental as well.
She has opened for:
King Lil G