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Be green, ride a Divvy to Schubas and park at our conveniently located station directly outside the venue.
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Jodi and Sarah represent the front women of rootsy, Chicago band, Jenny Dragon. Their original songs defy category, reviving and redefining music that combines jazz, blues, country, folk, doo wop, and rock influences, often shifting genres to best serve the story of a song. Dolly Parton, John Prine, Nancy Sinatra, and Molly Drake are also in the wheelhouse of cover songs the lend themselves easily to Jenny Dragon's sound. Raucous odes to summer, Vegas-cabaret interpretations of nuclear bomb testing in America, lyrically haunting dusty houses, serial killers - nothing and everything is sacred to Jenny Dragon.
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Busdriver is fixed as one of LA music’s most dynamic indie artists. From his years as a cypher phenom at Project Blowed to his years as a recording artist on Epitaph to his current role as co-head of Hellfyre Club, Busdriver has always challenged rap in the most particular and thoughtful of ways.
BD’s first record, ‘Memoirs of the Elephantman’, was self released thru Afterlife records (a Project Blowed subcrew at the time) in 1999. Not until his second self-released record, ‘Temporary Forever’, came out in 2002 did Busdriver step on the world stage. Sleeper hit ‘Imaginary Places’ turned him into one of main beacons of left-leaning hip-hop at that moment. During this time he was also emceeing at the Hiphop/Drum’n’bass night Concrete Jungle with Daddy Kev, Myka 9, edit and DJ Hive.
After the new success of Temporary Forever, Busdriver signed with Mush records to do a collaborative album with beat/production guru Daedelus and quirky rap talent Radioinactive in 2003. The project was called ‘The Weather’. Their album toyed with daringly disjointed production and dexterous rap, writing in a way that Busdriver hadn’t in the past. The project amassed a small cult following all its own and aligned Driver’s taste with the output of LA’s electronic music scene.
In 2004, Busdriver began his relationship with Big Dada by releasing with them the Daddy Kev-produced mini-LP, ‘Cosmic Cleavage’. This was followed by Busdriver’s official 3rd album, Fear of a Black Tangent, released via Big Dada in the EU and on Mush in the US.