MAGFEST Presents The Party Strikes Back Tour!
Back on the road starting this month. See you at all these amazing place:
Oct 18 Nerdapalooza Orlando, FL
Oct 21 The Day After 3 Orlando, FL
Oct 22 529 Atlanta, GA
Oct 24 My Place Lake Charles, LA
Oct 25 Hole In The Wall Austin, TX
Oct 26 Bone Shakers San Antonio, TX
Oct 28 Tomcats Fort Worth, TX
Oct 30 Trunk Space Phoenix, AZ
Oct 31 Merrow San Diego, CA
Nov 01 CIA North Hollywood, CA
Nov 02 Cafe Stritch San Jose, CA
Nov 04 DNA LOUNGE San Francisco, CA
Nov 06 Ground Kontrol Portland, OR
Nov 07 Tony V’s Everett, WA
Nov 08 El Corazon Seattle, WA
Nov 12 3 Kings Tavern Denver, CO
Nov 13 Soundpony Tulsa, OK
Nov 15 Smoke And Barrel Tavern Fayetteville, AR
Nov 16 Kollision Con Rosemont, IL
Nov 18 Cafe CoCo Nashville, TN
get tickets and info here!
With all these amazing musicians:
K-Murdock (you should know him)
Born and raised in D.C, K has worked with Grammy Nominated R&B singer Raheem DeVaughn. He was raised during the wilting years of hip hop and he developed his love of music at an early age through exposure from older family members (such as his uncle). One crew in particular, the Native Tongues, changed his musical life when he borrowed the cassettes of two of the collective’s landmark groups (ATCQ & De La Soul) back in the early ‘90s. K-Murdock is the producer behind one of Ran’s most popular project “Forever Famicom.”
With rich soprano vocals and aggressive, “pop-metal” acoustic guitar riffs, Amanda Lepre’s music feels like strapping on armor and suiting up for an epic journey. Her driving melodies and lyric imagery make it easy to picture the heroes of classic literature and video games that often inspire her songwriting. She is the brain behind the Descendants of Erdrick and will be joined with her bandmate Big Mat of the band Those Who Fight.
The poor nerd’s Justin Timberlake fun doesn’t have to be stupid, and smart doesn’t have to be boring.
Chiptune composer/performer based in Nashville. Composing every note, no sampling, all original.
A little bit Nintendo, a little bit dance pop, and more than a handful of fun. These are the ingredients which make up D&D Sluggers. From their port town of Wilmington, NC, the dynamic duo of Soultron and Hyphen utilize a Game Boy DMG and Nintendo DS in harmony with guitar, synths and vocals to create seriously catchy music about love and life.