Continuing his recent trend of releasing self-described “lo-fi ganxta” singles, Elee X (Impolite Society) is back with a new cut, featuring (and produced by) Kala Ra. Check it out; “City of God” is one of the realest songs you’ll hear this year.
Impolite Society x SRG Management Present: Alive & Well
Alive & Well is a monthly meeting of the minds; good music, good people, good drinks- good time, right?
The goal is simply to bring together artists of different disciplines and people who operate behind the scenes.
Hosts: ELEE X & Shawn G.
2249 N Lincoln
The event will be FREE until 11pm, $3 post.
No Dress Code (Dancing Shoes, please ;-))
Drink specials include:
$2 well drinks
$2.50 Coors Light beers
$3 Jameson shots
$4 premium top shelf drinks
Live Streaming via Google Hangouts TBA
With Rich Jones, Norman, and Gryfn
Event Details: Click Here
Blakkass Westley and Elee X unearthed this nugget from the Impolite Society vault, remixed by Nunca Duerma. With no shortage of “sentiment” for past relationships, “Look of Hate” is a cut ImSo has performed live since back when Elee and Wes were the group’s sole members.
Upon releasing the track, Elee had this to say about its subject matter: “Initially, I didn’t want to drop this joint because of the mixed feedback we’ve recieved post-performances, people either really fuck with it, or it scares the shit out of them, but ultimately I realized, that’s exactly what I wanted to do!”
ImSo release their first group cut since expanding to include Sidewalk Kal and Khalfani as official members. Produced by Sidewalk Kal, “Reckless” showcases the wild and unique abilities of each artist.
Fresh from his return to the States after an extended stay in London, Euro P is back with a new EP, Back In The Go. The EP straddles the line between electronic music and Hip-Hop, but Pugs makes it clear that in spite of current music trends, “quality beats and quality rhymes” are the only items on the agenda.
“This project symbolizes my return to Chicago from living in London, and places me with new producers and artists (Comfort Fit, Shayna Love, Elee/Impolite Society, Probcause) and familiar contributors…”