Thursday, December 4th, 2014 is a date to mark on your calendars because at DROM in NYC, Yule Prog 8 is going down, pre-order tickets! That's right, the 8th Annual Progressive Hip-Hop Festival takes place at DROM and this year the line up features Strange Famous' B. Dolan! The bill this year also features Armand Hammer, Uncommon Nasa, Curly Castro & Zilla Rocca, Willie Green, We Are Not For Them, Duke01 & Furious P, Skech185, Bald Afro and Jalal Salaam. For those not in NYC, this event will be live streamed online by Gander TV.
From Uncommon Records:
Uncommon Nasa brings tracks from his critically acclaimed "New York Telephone" LP back to a stage in NYC fresh off the Gold Telephone Tour in the Southwest US.
Duke01 & Furious P make the trip across the pond, the BIG pond, from the UK to rock tracks from the Uncommon Nasa produced Steroid Stereo project. They mark the very first international act to take the Yule Prog stage.
Armand Hammer combines the might of Billy Woods and Elucid, once again touching down on the Yule Prog stage only to destroy it.
Willie Green returns after a few years away from the Yule Prog stage, fresh off his recent tour with PremRock to bury you in drums.
From Reservoir Sound Womb:
We Are Not For Them is fronted by Warren S. Britt, alongside A.M. Breakups on production and Jimmy Da Gent on the ones and twos, all mainstays of Yule Prog.
Skech185, the NYC transplant, representing Chicago and of course the Tomorrow Kings.
Bald Afro, the collaboration of Sarcasmo (Lt. Headtrip and Samurai Banana) with Googie. Karma Kids in the house!
B. Dolan headlines the 8th Yule Prog. The Strange Famous artist brings his politically relevant music and spoken word to NYC for a visit, his first time hitting the Yule Prog stage should be incredible.
Curly Castro & Zilla Rocca return to Yule Prog once again from Philly, PA. Bringing that Wrecking Crew Kung Fu with them.
Jalal Salaam dropped a terrific record called Mathematics 2 this year, he's been in constant rotation at Uncommon Radio Live, we're looking forward to seeing him live for the first time at a Yule Prog.