Envelope & Jacoti Sommes’s ode to the bonding upside of the impending apocalypse, “We’re All Gonna Die Together” featuring The Catalyst is a classic Columbus record. It has a been a crowd favorite for a few years. And today we have a….
Fortunately, the Reichard Bros. decided to produce a wonderful video for “We’re All Gonna Die Together” that depicts what the apocalypse would look like locally here in Columbus, Egypt and outerpace. If you live in Bustown that you have to love the inclusion of the Southside Drive-in. Also love the Claymation Biggie doing the hook.
“We Are All Gonna Together” is on Envelope & Jacoti Sommes “This Could Go Either Way” Ep is available digitally on I-Tunes and in select record stores on vinyl,
Envelope & DJ Detox are throwing a NYE Show on NYE. Triceratops, Good Company, and A.S. U.S are also on the bill. DJ Detox, and George Brazil will play music between acts. Admission is $5.oo.
More info on the Reichard Bros who made this outstanding clip after the jump.
Dear Donewaiting reader. I am sorry for posting 3 El-P related items in the past few days. While I historically have been a fan of Company Flow, and El’s solo work I feel like without a disclaimer it may appear that I am dick rider and maybe even someone who should’nt be allowed to dress himself. I think it is called being a herb.
But the above video has not been posted many places because New York is currently in a monsoon. Also Killer Mike is on the song and he is performing at Ace of Cups November 9th with Envelope and Path in Columbus. read more Continue reading
Killer Mike is playing Ace of Cups in Columbus, Ohio November 9th.
Killer Mike’s El-P produced album “R.A.P Music” is easily one of the best albums of the year as it captures a down south everyman spirit with the bombastic conviction of early 90’s Public Enemy. So this was already a good show.
And it just got better as Envelope and Path have been added as the local support.
$13 in advance/$15 day of show. For more info visit Benco Presents.
After the jump revisit Envelope’s video for “You Want Me To Go” ft. Nikki Portman.
Daymon Day 2012 Schedule per Daymon Day Parade’s Facebook
6pm Skate Comp Qualifiers at Tuttle Park,
8pm parade departs (seriously 8pm, per the permits & CPD),
Skate Comp Finals will be sometime after the parade/before the after party…. we’ll let ya know!
10pm will be the FREE after party at The Summit (larger neighbor to Cafe Bourbon St).
After the jump is a rough video I put together from footage of the 2011 Daymon Day Parade shot by Path and his friend Logan Walter Stake with soundbites from Envelope, William Dodson (Daymon’s Dad) and CJ Townsend.
People LOVE Mumford & Sons. A lot. The band played the Wexner Center’s Black Box on the Mershon stage a couple years ago, then sold out the roughly 5,000 tickets for the outdoor version of the LC Pavilion. So Scott Steinecker, head of LC’s parent company PromoWest, decided to turn the Aug. 14 show into a “festival setting,” which meant renting a stage and turning the LC’s parking lot into a venue that could hold roughly 10,000 people. And the Brits packed that lot, too, selling out double the LC’s regular capacity.
This was the scene: A fence around the perimeter, beer stations everywhere, Late Nite Slice, a burrito bus, plus a large screen next to the main stage and another in the middle of the lot about halfway back. Here’s a view during Dawes’s opening set from roughly halfway back on the left side:
Mumford & Sons dropped the audio for their new song “I Will Wait” which is on their new album called Babe! which will be released September 24th on Glassnote Records.
Mumford and Sons will play the LC here in Columbus, August 14th. This show is sold-out because Mumford & Sons is a popular band.
Be sure to check out the official Mumford & Sons Pre-Party at the A+R bar next to the LC featuring Envelope & Detox and DJ Lance from CD102.5’s show The Remix. That’s right kidos free party with Envelope & Co. !!
Check out a hilarious video of Envelope & Detox playing a High School graduation after the jump.
I’ll let Columbus Discount Records’ Bo Davis tell it:
This is a benefit for the family of the lead singer/ songwriter/ bassist of the old Waverly, Ohio band, The Convalescents (with Bo Davis, Kris Moss and Jarrod Rodriquez). Jason Locke died tragically and unexpectedly this past May. He was only 30 years old and leaves behind a wife and four young children. ALL money made at this show (door and merch) will go directly to the family.
$5 at the door.
Times New Viking‘s first Columbus in about a year, and probably last one for a while (though they’ve got a new EP coming out later this year).
The Lindsay‘s farewell show, and John Olexovitch’s last show with Psandwich.
Heavy Mole reunion. Rare Terribly Empty Pockets performance. Rare-ish Anna Ranger show.
Touring bands Southeast Engine, the High Strung, Shivering Timbers, Happy Maladies, Motel Beds, Smug Brothers, RobtheBank…
Nuff said, right? Lots more, too. Everything starts at noon on Saturday at Woodlands Tavern. $10 today, $15 tomorrow. Full schedule of the three stages:
Posted in Columbus, Dayton, Music Festivals
Tagged Envelope, Heavy Mole, Megacity Music Marathon, Shivering Timbers, Smug Brothers, Southeast Engine, Terribly Empty Pockets, The High Strung, The Lindsday, Times New Viking
June 9th is a pretty big day in Columbus Music. In 1 day, the MegaCity Music Marathon, Dreadful Sounds Second Anniversary, and The Peach District Classic will all take place.
And Envelope & Detox are playing all three events. So to make sure all these events are celebrated; they aquired a billboard. It’s located on N. 4th Street. So now Envelope has a mural and a billboard? the Neu No Limit?
Also, unrelated it appears looks like Carrie Fisher is coming to the Wexner Center, May 23rd.
After the jump you can also watch one of the Columbus rapper’s videos:
Please be disturbed/titillated by this Kitty Man created “visual” for You Want Me to Go which features Nikki Portman on the hook.
This “visual” is a Valentine’s gift off Envelope & Jacoti Sommes stellar This Could Go Either Way Ep . Buy his record. Listen to it on the radio and then go to Envelope & DJ Detox, Nick Tolford & Co., & Tree Of Snakes’ssssss Valentine’s Day Show this evening at Ace of Cups in Columbus.
Posted in Columbus, Music, Video, Wes Flexner
Tagged Ace of Cups, columbus hip hop, donnie monaco, Envelope, Hugs N Kisses, jacotti sommes, kitty man, nikki portman, ohio rap